Billy Bob Thornton
“Eagle Eye,” also known as Big Brother is watching you.
This spy-like thriller follows the character Jerry Shaw (LaBeouf), an everyman whose brother happens to work in the military.
Because of his connection, Jerry ends up getting sucked into a violent, dangerous mission by a government operative to stop some type of attack.
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Robert De Niro
Two of Hollywood’s best star in a movie that’s unfortunately quite mediocre.
Both Pacino and De Niro play New York City Police Detectives who’ve gained plenty of experience in their jobs.
A new case comes up that challenges the officers, though, in a serial killer who’s murdering other criminals in the Big Apple. After some research, the two conclude that the suspect must be a cop, and the result is some friction with the force.
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Vin Diesel is back, it’s just a shame his latest picture doesn’t make much sense.
In this sci-fi flick, Diesel plays Toorop, a battle-hardened mercenary who is hired to protect a young woman who’s traveling across the world from Russia to the United States.
What makes this incredibly difficult for the heroes, though, is that the world is in a poor state. The planet appears to be mostly slums because of overpopulation and constant wars.
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Cars that shoot other cars. How could you go wrong?
“Death Race” is mainly centered on the character Jensen Ames, a blue collar factory worker trying to support his family in a depression after getting famous as a NASCAR racer. He is framed for murdering his wife, though, and sent to a prison to compete in Death Race.
The event is a wild tournament where prisoners are sanctioned to use weaponized cars in a race. If the prisoners win enough times, they get to go free. Jensen is hesitant at first but decides to take the opportunity to get out.
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