John Leguizamo

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  • John Wick

    Movie Review | Matt Looker | 15th April 2015

    "Directed by the stunt coordinator of After Earth, here is a story about an implausibly named man who goes on a revenge rampage after criminals kill his dog. Starring The Lake House's Keanu Reeves." As sells go, this really could have gone either way.

  • Ride Along

    Movie Review | Ed Williamson | 26th February 2014

    So who is Ice Cube? He's a rapper, actor, macker, got a little problem with the redneck cracker. Though I'm having to take 'macker' on trust as I'm not entirely sure what it means, he certainly wears the first two hats. He's recorded three of the greatest hip-hop albums ever made, with whose uncompromising ghetto reportage I was able to identify closely growing up in Devon, and he can properly bloody act. Now he's produced and co-starred in buddy comedy Ride Along, which is a stone-cold smash US hit, and it's comin' to YO' hood. (That's the last time I'll try to talk street, I promise.)

  • Only Fools and Horses US remake: cast revealed

    TV News | Ed Williamson | 7th March 2012

    Revealed by other people days ago, mainly. But now copied and pasted here with the odd mean-spirited comment lobbed in like a grenade. A grenade of TRUTH.

  • Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs

    Movie Review | Steven | 1st July 2009

    The first Ice Age was one of the first indicators that Pixar had some serious contenders in the animation department. Ice Age: The Meltdown came along soon after and proved that the busybodies at Fox were still a threat with a much improved sequel. Now, the whole gang is back for a third instalment of the animated franchise, tak...

  • Righteous Kill

    Movie Review | Ali | 5th October 2008

    "Someday a real rain will come and wash all this scum off the streets." Travis Bickle, Taxi Driver, 1976. Thirty odd years later and Robert De Niro has finally taken those words to heed in Righteous Kill, playing a crooked cop dishing out street justice to evil-doers alongside fellow crusader Al Pacino in a match-up that's had f...

  • The Happening

    Movie Review | Ali | 14th June 2008

    Plot a graph of M Night Shyamalan's career and you could pick up quite a speed sledding to the bottom. He started on a high with The Sixth Sense and the underrated Unbreakable, but somewhere around the 80 minute mark in Signs, Night started his inexorable decline. The Village? Lady In The Water? Twaddle of the highest order. And...

  • Land Of The Dead

    Movie Review | Chris | 19th September 2005

    For the few of you out there who might not be aware, Land of the Dead is the fourth film in writer/director George A. Romero's dead series, following the classic Night of the Living Dead (1968), the exceptional Dawn of the Dead (1978), and the criminally underrated Day of the Dead (1985). These three films have served to influe...