Tagged: Denzel Washington

Movie Review: ‘Fences’

With explosive performances by Denzel Washington and Viola Davis "Fences" is one of the most powerful films of 2016.

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Movie Review: ‘The Magnificent Seven’

Hiko Mitsuzuka sits through Antoine Fuqua's "Magnificent Seven," a retelling of an American classic but finds it anything but magnificent.

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Review: “The Equalizer”

Denzel Washington stars in "The Equalizer," a film adaptation of the old television series. Dan Schindel has the review.

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Review: ‘2 Guns’ Aims Low but Hits Mark

It should've aimed higher, but "2 Guns" hits the spot.

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Road to Oscars 2013: Best Actor

The Best Actor race isn’t much of a competition this year, with Daniel Day-Lewis’ sure-fire win looming over the other nominees like a dark cloud in the shape of Abraham Lincoln. Kit Bowen takes a look at the worthy nominees.

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Review: ‘Flight’ Fueled by Washington, Zemeckis

Denzel Washington shines in Robert Zemeckis' new film Flight.

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Box Office Romances The Vow

Valentine's Day romance fuels McAdams' latest into number one for couples across the nation. Anthony Fertino with the analysis.

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Review: ‘Safe House’ Plays it Too Safe

Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds star in the new film Safe House, a fun, yet unsatisfying action film, says Jennifer Spelkin.

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Is There Such a Thing as an Unwatchable Denzel Washington Movie?

Denzel Washington, starring in Safe House on February 10, has been in a lot of movies. But is there such a thing as an unwatchable Denzel movie? Roberto Rico answers this burning question.

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Top-10 Black Filmmakers

It might be a little late for Black History Month, but hey, February is the shortest month of the year. Afua Danso takes an in-depth look at the top-10 black filmmakers.

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The Oscars: Classy, Sexy, & Racy or Classist, Sexist, & Racist?

This year there are zero minorities nominated for a single major Oscar. Between Best Picture, Best Actor, Actress, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Adapted Screenplay, there are 72 white nominees without any Black, Hispanic, Asian, or any other minority. Afua Danso examines questions about race and the Oscars.

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Unstoppable Action

Paul Hansen reviews "Unstoppable", a film about a train that certainly lives up to its name.

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