James Remar

Tarantino puts on show with slavery tale.
The second in what might wind up being Quentin Tarantino’s 'retribution trilogy’, Django Unchained—like its predecessor, 2009’s Inglourious Basterds—serves up a typically heady stew of boy’s-own adventure and historical revisionism. Like that...
Gun-toting geezers have a ball in risible crime caper.
Would the Hollywood studios please declare a moratorium on a suspension-of-disbelief syndrome which is infecting too many movies this year? The ruse was blatantly and badly employed in the execrable Knight and Day and in the otherwise far more...
Broad blockbuster putters until explosive finale.
Once upon a time, a long while before Michael Bay and Transformers, critics when wanting to offer up a soubriquet for the latest popcorn blockbuster epic, would say something like, 'well, it’s a terrific rollercoaster ride". I guess this was a...