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Hail, Caesar! Trailer


Ever since his wonderful appearance in Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel, we've been waiting for Ralph Fiennes to take up a similar role that shows a completely different side to the actor, now it looks like the Coen Brothers have given the actor such a role. Laurence Lorenz is an eccentric film director who finds himself caught up in a fiasco when Hollywood superstar Baird Whitlock is kidnapped.

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Christopher Lambert , Eleanor Lambert - New York premiere '10 Days In A Madhouse' at AMC Empire 25 theater - Arrivals at AMC 25 Theater - New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 11th November 2015

Christopher Lambert and Eleanor Lambert
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Caroline Barry and Christopher Lambert
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Christopher Lambert

Hail, Caesar! Trailer


Eddie Mannix is a fixer who works in Hollywood where he tames celebrities and keeps theirs, and movie studios', secrets out of the press - no matter how big the story. It's not the easiest job in the world, and it's certainly not always the most morally fulfilling, but it's about to get a whole lot harder when one studio, Capitol Pictures, presents him with a major problem the likes of which could be career destroying. They're working on a huge production epic entitled 'Hail, Caesar!' starring Hollywood sensation Baird Whitlock, but things go particularly awry when he is kidnapped and held for ransom by a mysterious group known only as The Future. They want $100,000, and after 24 hours, the studio aren't looking any more hopeful. Mannix enlists a feisty and beautiful female star to procure the money, while Whitlook finds himself in a most unusual situation.

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Christopher Lambert Monday 5th November 2012 filming his new movie 'Electric Slide' in downton Los Angeles which is based on a true story of a furniture salesman turned bank robber.

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Christopher Lambert
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Christopher Lambert

Ghost Rider Spirit of Vengeance Trailer


Johnny Blaze was only seventeen years old when he accidentally signed his soul away in exchange for curing his father's cancer. His father is cured of cancer the day after but dies the same day in a motorcycle crash. From then on, Johnny is now the Ghost Rider, who will be at the beck and call of Mephisto, who had approached the young man with the contract.

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Christopher Lambert Wednesday 31st December 2008 'Beso' New Year's Eve party hosted by Eva Logoria Parker Los Angeles, California

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Christopher Lambert
Christopher Lambert

Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan, Lord Of The Apes Review


Weak
Ishtar, Hudson Hawk, and Heaven's Gate get all the ink, but Greystoke -- if there was any justice in the world -- would go down in history as one of cinema's great disasters.

Director Hugh Hudson had just finished Chariots of Fire, so why wouldn't he be perfect to direct the annual retelling of the Tarzan legend? Christopher Lambert -- hell, with that mop of a hairdo he looks a lot like Tarzan. Ralph Richardson and Ian Holm are excellent actors. How could this miss?

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Fortress Review


Weak
Lord knows we don't get enough dystopian prison movies these days, mush less ones starring Christopher Lambert! Thank God Fortress rectifies that oversight, with Lambert imprisoned in a high-tech underground complex -- all for the crime of trying to have a second child with his wife (Locklin)! Of course, she's also incarcerated, and the evil Kurtwood Smith (our favorite dad from Dead Poets Society) torments them both. Tepid sci-fi fare that is, nonetheless, not completely painful to watch.

Highlander: Endgame Review


Bad
He is Duncan MacLeod of the clan MacLeod. He's been pimpin' it since he was born in the village of Glennfillan in 15somethingsomething, and he continues to pimp it in modern day. He is immortal and he cannot die.

Much to our chagrin.

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Highlander: The Final Dimension Review


Weak
The trouble with these immortals is that, ya know, they never die.

The third in a line of increasingly perplexing Highlander movies, Highlander: The Final Dimension (which, incidentally, appears to be the third dimension) steals wholesale the plot from the original, just throwing in some fresh faces. It's all here: Connor McLeod (Lambert, of course) on the run from the cops in New York, the girl investigator (Deborah Unger, in a role she's gotta regret), the sadistic bad guy with one name (Mario Van Peebles), the dutiful instructor (Mako), lots of swordplay, flashbacks... everything! If it wasn't set eight years later, no one would never know the difference (and of course, never mind the ultra-cheesy, low-budget special effects!).

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The Highlander Review


Extraordinary
One of my all-time favorite guilty pleasures, The Highlander has no equal among sword-and-sorcery flicks. Emphasis on the sword.

From an engimatic Sean Connery to the pulsating Queen soundtrack, the movie has all you could want from an action flick. The flashbacks, the swordfights, "There can be only one," ... gosh, just thinking about The Highlander makes me want to track down some immortals and decapitate them.

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Mortal Kombat Review


Bad
This one's a howler that's so bad it's almost good -- almost. In this infamous adaptation of the popular arcade game series, weird otherworldly semi-immortals bring in three humans by boat to a sort of interplanetary fighting match, the idea being that if the humans lose, the space dudes can conquer earth... or something like that. It's very absurd and all just an excuse to get people fighting again and again and in endless combinations. Alas, none of this is ever able to explain why the space goons can't spell "combat."

Highlander II: The Quickening Review


Terrible
I make no secret of the fact that I think The Highlander is the greatest action film ever made. Awesome swordfights might awesome score (by Queen, people!), and a time-bending plotline that only a philistine could dislike.

Today, 18 years, four sequels, two TV shows, and one video game later, Highlander has become a bit of a joke. And here's where the joke started: Highlander II: The Quickening -- retitled simply Highlander 2 for what is the most inexplicable double-DVD release ever to hit video stores.

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Hail, Caesar! Trailer

Hail, Caesar! Trailer

Ever since his wonderful appearance in Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel, we've been waiting...

Hail, Caesar! Trailer

Hail, Caesar! Trailer

Eddie Mannix is a fixer who works in Hollywood where he tames celebrities and keeps...

Ghost Rider Spirit of Vengeance Trailer

Ghost Rider Spirit of Vengeance Trailer

Johnny Blaze was only seventeen years old when he accidentally signed his soul away in...

Highlander: Endgame Movie Review

Highlander: Endgame Movie Review

He is Duncan MacLeod of the clan MacLeod. He's been pimpin' it since he...

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