***We're looking for contributors***

         

Ryan Phillippe: Articles


'Crash' Movie Review: Several Excellent Performances in Contrived Ethnically Conscious Drama

'Crash' movie: Ryan Phillippe as a good white Los Angeles cop with subconscious 'racist side.' 'Crash' movie review: California tossin' and turnin' Screenwriter Paul Haggis' multiple award-winning directorial debut, Crash, is set in a Los Angeles that is part Quentin Tarantino, part Paul Thomas Anderson, part Spike Lee, part Bret Easton Ellis. Haggis' L.A. also happens to be a place with precious little in common with the Southern California metropolis located on Planet Earth. In the film, Haggis and co-screenwriter Robert Moresco tell us – or rather, scream at us – that the Angeleno boiling (definitely not melting) pot is about to explode at any moment, as Los Angeles denizens spend all their spare time hating, fearing, misunderstanding, and cheating […]


Continue reading:

'Crash' Movie Review: Several Excellent Performances in Contrived Ethnically Conscious Drama



'Limitless' Film No. 1 & Matthew McConaughey 'The Lincoln Lawyer' Modest

Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper, Limitless March 24, '11, update: Starring Bradley Cooper, Abbie Cornish, Anna Friel, and Robert De Niro, Neil Burger's thriller Limitless topped the U.S. and Canada box office for the sixth straight day on Wednesday, March 23, even though it was down by 21 percent. Limitless grossed $1.6 million according to Box Office Mojo. More interesting is probably the fact that Matt Damon's The Adjustment Bureau passed the $50 million milestone yesterday after earning $465k in North America. Domestic total after 20 days: $50.14 million. Overseas, Damon's thriller has pulled in $32 million up to March 20. With $6.65 million, the UK is the film's biggest international market to date, followed by Australia, Russia, and Spain. […]


Continue reading:

'Limitless' Film No. 1 & Matthew McConaughey 'The Lincoln Lawyer' Modest



'Breach' Movie Review: Ryan Phillippe, Chris Cooper

Ryan Phillippe, Chris Cooper in Breach A sophisticated spy thriller directed by Billy Ray, Breach creates suspense through intense dialogue exchanges and strong character development, thus avoiding big explosions, repetitive gunfights, and wild car chases. The film is based on the true story of FBI agent Robert Hanssen (Chris Cooper), a traitor who provoked one of the biggest security breaches in U.S. history by leaking top-secret information to the Soviet Union. The events depicted in Breach are the ones that led up to Hanssen's arrest on Feb. 18, 2001. At first, we are introduced to FBI newcomer Eric O'Neill (Ryan Phillippe), who is hired by the bureau to pose as Hanssen's new assistant. O'Neill is asked to monitor Hanssen's every […]


Continue reading:

'Breach' Movie Review: Ryan Phillippe, Chris Cooper