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Movie Review: Bullet to the Head

Like the amped up comeback tour of two rockers who had their heyday sometime in the mid-'80s, Sylvester Stallone and director Walter Hill ("48 HRS.," "The Warriors") join forces for a hard-hitting exercise in beefy, brainless fun with the New Orleans-set actioner "Bullet to the Head." Taking its B-grade scenario à la lettre, this assassin-cop buddy movie aims to accomplish little more than delivering tons of kinetic wham-bam fight sequences and LOL one-liners, which Stallone recites from a face that seems literally frozen in time. Independently financed, "Bullet" should target decent crowds, especially abroad, though will play best on the... more

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Tony Scott's Agents Seek $1m in Unpaid Fees

LOS ANGELES - Tony Scott earned millions directing films such as "Man on Fire" and "Unstoppable" and the agents who helped negotiate those deals are now seeking more than a $1 million in unpaid commissions from his estate. Creative Artists Agency filed a creditor's claim Monday for its 10 percent share of several of Scott's projects since 2004, court records show. The director of action and thriller films such as "Top Gun," "Days of Thunder" and "Crimson Tide" died in August after leaping from a towering bridge over Los Angeles' harbor. His estate was valued at $1.25 million in a September court filing, and the lawyer handling the case d... more

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Analysis: J.J. Abrams Good Fit for 'Star Wars'

LOS ANGELES - This may sound sacrilegious to the legions of hardcore "Star Wars" fans, but having J.J. Abrams direct "Episode VII" will be a vast improvement and the best thing to happen to the franchise in a very long time. Yes, it was incredibly cool in 2005's "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" to see the completion of Anakin Skywalker's transformation from plucky, love-struck teen to the embodiment of all that is deeply evil in the galaxy as Darth Vader - to hear him take that first raspy breath from beneath the iconic black helmet. But George Lucas' prequels were, for the most part, soulless, airless affairs and a far cry from the im... more

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Underdog 'Argo' Continues on Charmed Oscar Path

LOS ANGELES - Some years, Academy Awards voters just want to feel right about themselves, their industry, their country. And maybe honor one of their own who hasn't always shared in the love of his peers. That could explain why Ben Affleck's "Argo" has gone from best-picture longshot to Oscar favorite over such competitors as Steven Spielberg's stately but talky Civil War portrait "Lincoln" or Kathryn Bigelow's brilliant yet contentious CIA thriller "Zero Dark Thirty." "Argo" is a feel-good thrill ride that's patriotic enough to warrant a good "USA! USA!" chant as the credits roll. It's all about how Hollywood helped save some lives. And... more

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Walter Hill Returns With 'Bullet to the Head'

The opening credit "A Walter Hill Film" has not graced movie screens in more than 10 years -- not since the 2002 prison boxing drama "Undisputed" flopped at the box office. That movie's failure was the last in a series of commercial calamities that plagued the director of popular and cult hits such as "The Warriors," "The Long Rider" and "Streets of Fire." Over the ensuing decade, Hill continued to produce movies for other people, but seemed destined never to direct another one himself. Then Sylvester Stallone called. "Sly said he had been working with another director on this project who didn't work out and wanted to know if I'd be int... more

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