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reviewed Haywire (2012 film). May 31, 2012
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Haywire
*** out of ****    A young woman enters a diner. She is Mallory Kane (Gina Carano). She is followed soon thereafter by a man named Aaron (Channing Tatum). They talk for a little bit, …
reviewed Haywire (2012 film). January 28, 2012
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Haywire
Star Rating:         Steven Soderbergh’s Haywire takes an interesting and seldom used approach to the spy action thriller: It strips away all visual and thematic pretensions …
reviewed Haywire (2012 film). January 22, 2012
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Haywire
Veteran director Steven Soderbergh may have given some people pause when they heard that he was making an action spy-thriller that seemed aimed to appease the mainstream viewer’s appetite for explosions, …
reviewed Haywire (2012 film). January 21, 2012
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Haywire
Steven Sogerbergh has been talking about retiring from the film industry for some time now, that being said this is his 25th film in a little over 20 years. He has never done a movie involving so much …
reviewed Haywire (2012 film). January 19, 2012
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Haywire
HAYWIRE Written by Lem Dobbs Directed by Steven Soderbergh Starring Gina Carano, Ewan McGregor, Michael Fassbender and Channing Tatum   Aaron: Is this your idea of relaxing? Wine and gun maintenance? …
reviewed Haywire (2012 film). January 17, 2012
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Haywire
      I knew I was going to love 'Haywire' directed by Steven Soderbergh from the first scene.       A girl walks into a coffee shop in the middle …
reviewed Deliver Us from Evil. June 28, 2010
Deliver Us from Evil
David Baldacci's Deliver us from Evil, reached number one on the New York Times best seller list on May 9, 2010, as indeed it should, for the book is an excellent, groping, suspenseful, and …
reviewed The Nearest Exit. June 15, 2010
The Nearest Exit
A word of caution, reading The Tourist is not required prior to reading "The Nearest Exit" but it would be very helpful.      "The Nearest Exit" takes place shortly …
reviewed Deliver Us from Evil. May 10, 2010
Deliver Us from Evil
As I write this comment on Deliver us from Evil, on May 9, 2010, David Baldacci's book has reached number one on the New York Times best seller list, as indeed it should, for the book is an excellent, …
reviewed Deliver Us from Evil. May 02, 2010
Deliver Us from Evil
There are a lot of stupid questions floating out there in the psyche of American minds. Is the sun hot? Was Michael Jordan the best ever? Was Ray Charles blind as a bat? Is Kim Kardashian a hoochie mamma? …
reviewed Duplicity. September 15, 2009
Duplicity
Julia Roberts and Clive Owens heat up the screen with chemistry while a whole ping-pong time-span keeps viewers on their toes wondering "are they or aren't they?" A lot of sensual sizzle with very little …
reviewed Duplicity. September 08, 2009
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Duplicity
Julia Roberts has seen better days and better characters. Here she just couldn't bring the vitality and charm necessary to convince me that Clive Owen's dapper and suave but cautious double agent and …
reviewed Duplicity. August 30, 2009
Duplicity
Tony Gilroy's films (such as Michael Clayton, Dolores Claiborne, the Bourne series etc) are bright, fast paced, and full of good dialogue. And they keep the audience involved and entertained. Here, in …
reviewed Duplicity. July 25, 2009
Duplicity
When people in a movie theatre start checking their cell phones for messages, getting up and down to visit the restroom and rustle constantly through miscellaneous candy bags for another hit of sweet …
The Riddle of the Sands: A Record of Secret
In deciding whether to read this novel, there are some things you should know:    Firstly, it is beautifully written. It is a classic piece of prose literature. Long descriptive passages …
reviewed Almost Home: A Novel. April 04, 2009
Almost Home: A Novel
I really wanted to love this book. The plot had such potential. After finishing, I was only slightly less angry than I was after reading the first few chapters.    The opening of the …
reviewed Almost Home: A Novel. March 25, 2009
Almost Home: A Novel
Almost Home doesn't conveniently slot into any of the standard genres that its plot might suggest. The narrator of the story, Jordan Weiss, is a U.S. State Department Intelligence Officer; which might …
reviewed Almost Home: A Novel. March 09, 2009
Almost Home: A Novel
It's difficult to believe that Jordan Weiss is an intelligence officer. In Almost Home, she is introduced as such, with allusions to dodging hails of gunfire and helicopter escapes in Liberia. The plot …
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