Melissa Leo

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    The Equalizer 2 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    While Equalizer 2 lacks a compelling story, its action scenes, as well as Washington and Sanders’ chemistry, compensate for it.

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    I’m Dying Up Here: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Pilot” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    After Can We Take a Joke? and Dying Laughing, there is some desire to say I understand comedy. Add in documentaries on Richard Pryor and you learn to respect those who step up on stage. But while those documentaries give you some perspective, I’m Dying Up Here presents a dramatization all that. It gives you a long form idea of the trials and small victories which come with being a comedian. The Warts, depression, drug abuse, laughter, relationships, suicide, success, and all. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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    The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview Though a strange movie, it is also one of the most compelling ones that I didn’t go to a theater to see. Review (with Spoilers) People often wonder why actors are paid millions of dollars for movies, and the reason is name recognition. This film I never heard of, but because Shia LaBeouf is in it; Evan Rachel Wood, who I haven’t seen in anything for some time; Rupert Grint; and Melissa Leo, I gave it a chance. And, I’m quite glad I did. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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    The Angriest Man in Brooklyn – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview If you enjoy Robin Williams showing that not only is he past his prime, but desperately trying to relive his glory days, watch this. Review (with Spoilers) I’m not exactly sure what happened to Robin Williams over the years which made him so difficult to watch. Have directors just stopped trying to do their jobs and decided to just let him run amok? Does Williams more so care about getting steady work and a paycheck? Or is it his agent hopes that, like Christopher Walken, Williams will find himself either the silver lining in rather odd, and arguably bad movies, or maybe even luck himself into indie classics? Either way, I don’t know what happened but I’m starting to think he should give up starring in any sort of production and just remain a supporting player. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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