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Samuel L. Jackson
Reviews Featuring Samuel L. Jackson
For my money the poorest of the "Star Wars" flicks so far. Having said that, its definitely worth seeing, even if only for Yodas end-of-film Hong Kong Phooey impression.
A dark and enthralling delve into the possibility of "real life" superheroes and arch-villains.
The viewer is drawn into the interplay between these two different lives.
A gripping thriller full of twists and turns that holds an audience's attention right up until the end.
A disappointing military mystery that doesn't possess half the intelligence it clearly aspires to.
A charming, polished and original comedy featuring a great performance from Murphy and some memorable laughs.
The movie the dinosaurs themselves would recommend. If they didnt have tiny pea-brains and werent all dead, that is.
Exhilarating, innovative, and eye-popping this is one of those movies that everyone has to see.
'S.W.A.T.' puts together a police squad loaded with so much brainless testosterone that it ends up being just a bunch of balls. How much fun will you get from it? S.Q.U.A.T.
A cool, sharp and entertaining crime caper.
James Bond with a slap-head shaven, not stirred. Get it? Shaven, not stirred? Eh? Oh, just forget it.
Not quite as good as 'Volume 1', but still, rarely is revenge served this cool, sweet and satisfying.
Twisted is a fair enough description, but it could just as accurately have been titled Poor, Predictable or A Bit Crappy.
Stunningly animated, if somewhat derivative, story of an ordinary, extraordinary family.
Everything that has a beginning has a middle - and while this centerpiece to the 'Star Wars' saga may indeed be middling, it still beats 'Return of the Jedi' anyday.
Sammy L. turns this conventional schoolteacher flick into The Jackson Show, and its all the better for it.
Bad-a-bing, bad-a-boom! Add this eye-poppingly brilliant Scorsese masterpiece to your DVD collection and youll have it made.
A great display of psychological unraveling, some truly jumpy moments and the hotel room from hell.
A decent venture into the world of Star Wars for the kids, The Clone Wars offers bad dialogue and subpar animation, but should hold the interest of younger viewers and is pretty harmless.
A fun but pretty pointless sequel that retraces a lot of old ground and wastes a talented supporting cast in favour of an all-out blanket coverage on Robert Downey Jr.'s superhero.
This hugely entertaining thriller excels thanks to lashings of black humour, style and action and a supporting cast hardly rivalled in terms of acting (not star quality) in recent times. Definitely to be ranked up there with its movie cousins, Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction.
A far better superhero mash-up than it's constituent parts would suggest, Joss Whedon's The Avengers has surprisingly well-executed plot and action and comes across as entertaining and pretty funny.
Defying the laws of the threequel Die Hard: With A Vengeance is an original and enjoyable action thriller that may have even come close to the original. Yipee-kay-8-out-of-ten.
A generally enjoyable film that fails to kick on after a rollicking first half. Spoiler: Quentin Tarrantino should never, ever speak in an Australian accent ever again.