Gary Busey Page 2

Gary Busey

Gary Busey Quick Links

News Pictures Video Film Footage Quotes RSS

Gary Busey, Steffanie Sampson , Luke Sampson Busey - Gary Busey dances with his girlfriend Steffanie Sampson at The Grove at grove - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd November 2015

Gary Busey, Steffanie Sampson and Luke Sampson Busey
Gary Busey and Steffanie Sampson
Gary Busey and Steffanie Sampson
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey

Gary Busey - Celebrities and their professional dance partners at the 'Dancing with the Stars' dance studio for rehearsals at DWTS rehearsal studio - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 18th September 2015

Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey

Gary Busey - Celebrities at the 'Dancing With The Stars' rehearsal studios in Hollywood at Dancing With The Stars rehearsal studio - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 9th September 2015

Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey

Gary Busey - Celebrities dine at Palm Restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 22nd January 2015

Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey

Entourage - Teaser Trailer


After making a name for themselves in Hollywood, Vincent Chase and his entourage of friends from Queens have finally made a movie. The only problem is, that after securing the chance to direct the film for 100 million USD, the film has gone over-budget by 15 million. The money is being put up by a wealthy Texas billionaire, yet the catch is that he really wants a return on his investment. Chase and the gang have to ensure that the movie is a hit - otherwise, they'll have one angry producer and one murderous billionaire on their backs. That probably won't go away, even if they just move back to Queens.

Continue: Entourage - Teaser Trailer

Gary Busey And Emma Willis On 'Celebrity Big Brother': Most Awkward TV Moment Of The Year?


Gary Busey Celebrity Big Brother

Gary Busey made one of the most memorable Celebrity Big Brother entrances ever when the new series launched last night on Channel 5.The 70 year old actor, famous for starring in the cult action moviesPoint Break, Predator 2 and Lethal Weapon as well as roles in TV shows ‘Entourage’, ‘Gunsmoke’ and ‘Texas Ranger’, had a bizarre and slightly awkward encounter with presenter Emma Willis as he was interviewed at the steps of the celebrity house.

Gary Busey Emma Willis
Gary Busey made a bizarre entrance to the 'CBB14' house on Monday night

When Willis asked him what sort of housemate he would be, he replied “come and see me later” before gurning for the audience. The rest of his interview was erratic, and as Willis tried to shepherd him up the stairs and into the house, Busey kept asking for “three more questions”.

Continue reading: Gary Busey And Emma Willis On 'Celebrity Big Brother': Most Awkward TV Moment Of The Year?

Piranha 3DD Review


Terrible
After the guilty-pleasure success of 2010's Piranha 3D, the quickly slapped-together trailer for this sequel looked like just as much fun. Sadly, more time and creativity was put into that teaser than the finished movie, which is a choppy, unfunny mess.

Maddy (Panabaker) is back home in Arizona from grad school, working in the water park she owns with her breast-obsessed stepdad Chet (Koechner). But after the Lake Victoria disaster, prehistoric piranhas have migrated here, drawn to the park's chlorine. After consulting with wild-haired expert Goodman (Lloyd), Maddy tries to avert disaster with the help of deputy Kyle (Zylka) and nice-guy Barry (Bush), who are rivals for her affections. But as the summer launch party nears, Chet refuses to close the park.

Continue reading: Piranha 3DD Review

Gary Busey - Gary Busey and Judy Helkenberg Sunday 26th February 2012 22nd Annual Night Of 100 Stars Oscar Viewing Gala held at The Beverly Hills Hotel

Gary Busey

Video - Gary Busey Dispenses Words Of Wisdom To Photographers


American actor Gary Busey (Lethal Weapon; Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas; Predator 2) leaves Cafe Roma after having lunch with his girlfriend and their son. They say goodbye to each other in the parking lot and a smiling Gary dispenses some words of wisdom for the waiting photographers: 'Be thankful you're breathing; standing up and happy; just with that, you can make other people happy.'

Gary's next project is a role in the upcoming horror sequel Piranha 3DD, alongside Danielle Panabaker and Christopher Lloyd. David Hasselhoff will also be making a cameo appearance in the film, which sees the flesh eating fish terrorising a water park

Gary Busey Tuesday 22nd November 2011 leaving Caffe Roma after having lunch with his girlfriend and their son Los Angeles, California

Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey

Gary Busey - Maria Elena Holly and Gary Busey Wednesday 7th September 2011 at Walk Of Fame Hollywood, California

Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey

Gary Busey - Gary Busey and Guest Beverly Hills, California, USA - The Norby Walters 21st Night of 100 Stars Awards Gala held at Beverly Hills Hotel Sunday 27th February 2011

Gary Busey

Black Sheep (1996) Review


Terrible
Chris Farley's tragic, untimely death at age 33 sparked a newfound admiration of his talents, but loving eyes can't appreciate (or overlook) something as painfully unfunny as Black Sheep, the second and final pairing of Farley and David Spade.

The movie is a lazier, stupider version of Tommy Boy. Al Donnelly (Tim Matheson) is running for governor in Washington state, but his chances are hurt by his well-intentioned but reckless younger brother Mike (Farley), who is a newspaper editor's wet dream. Enter Steve Dodds (Spade), an eager Donnelly volunteer who offers to supervise Mike until the election ends. The pairing is disastrous from the start, and things really get out of hand when Mike gets framed for arson. The two escape to a remote cabin, where they encounter redneck kids, a runaway boulder, and Gary Busey, before uncovering an election scandal.

Continue reading: Black Sheep (1996) Review

Gary Busey - Gary Busey and Guest Hollywood, California - World premiere of 'Swing Vote' held at the El Capitan Theater - Arrivals Thursday 24th July 2008

Gary Busey

Gary Busey Monday 31st March 2008 before entering Bay Cities Beauty Store in Cross Creek, Malibu Malibu, California

Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Gary Busey

The Hard Easy Review


Weak
Jon Lindstrom must have thought he was on to the gimmick of the century when he sat down to write The Hard Easy: Two separate gangs plan a diamond theft that goes down at the same time. One gang shows up, only to find the other's already working the job. Now that's an "oh snap!" moment.

And hey, it's not a bad idea. The problem is that The Hard Easy doesn't have any other ideas to sustain the other 95 minutes that don't involve the two gangs facing off. Director Ari Ryan practically admits this from the start. He opens with a snippet of the botched heist, then flashes back to how we got there, then we see the heist in all its glory. Those are some rocky times, alas. Try as he might to make Henry Thomas's lovable loser Paul into the hero we're supposed to root for, it doesn't really pan out. Thomas is a terrible choice for the role, in the end, a whiny loser and a bit of a jerk (and on the hook for countless gambling debts) that deserves what he has coming. The schlub on the other team: David Boreanaz, an odd choice who has substantially less screen time than Thomas but does little with what he gets.

Continue reading: The Hard Easy Review

Point Break Review


Excellent
It's hard to decide whether Point Break is a really bad good movie or a really good bad movie. On one hand, it boasts thrilling, original action sequences, a tightly woven caper plot, and a cast jam-packed with Hollywood middleweights acting -- and surfing -- their asses off. On the other hand, it also suffers from terrifying leaps of story logic, a vacuous emotional core, and some of the silliest dialogue ever spoken onscreen. It's a Hollywood formula movie at its best and worst. At the center of this conundrum is the greatest acting enigma of the age -- Keanu Reeves. Never has a man acted so poorly, spoken lines so blandly, for the cinematic enjoyment of so many. He churns out unintentionally comic performances in blockbuster after blockbuster, each time raising the question of how exactly he landed the role, and how much worse the movie would be without him. I suppose the answers to these riddles don't matter much, because, no matter how you come down on these weighty issues, when the dust settles, two indisputable points clearly emerge: Point Break is great fun to watch and Reeves was born to play the part of FBI agent Johnny Utah.

The story is your basic high-concept Hollywood action premise. Utah is a young, eager FBI agent assigned to the Los Angeles bank robbery task force. His crusty veteran partner, Angelo Pappas (Gary Busey), has been trying for years to bring down a highly professional crew of bank robbers called the Ex-Presidents (known as such because they disguise themselves with novelty masks of former presidents during their robberies). Despite the ridicule of his colleagues, Pappas has long held the belief that the Ex-Presidents are surfers who use the robbery money to fund their presumably lavish lifestyle. So, with nothing else to go on, Pappas and Utah come up with the plan that Utah will go undercover as a surfer in order to infiltrate the beach-loving subculture and bring down the Ex-Presidents.

Continue reading: Point Break Review

Carried Away (1996) Review


OK
It's not every day we get full frontal nudity from Dennis Hopper and Amy Irving -- much less in the same scene. And thank God for that. But behind the borderline creepiness of the movie lies a tepid story: Hopper and Irving are rural types carrying on a tentative romance. But student Amy Locane (who specializes in this role) comes into Hopper's classroom, and before 10 minutes are up, she's naked and bedding him in the barn. Eventually this turns out badly for all parties, as you might imagine. Worst, possibly, for the audience.

Predator 2 Review


OK
Every good monster movie deserves a sequel, and with few exceptions they get a crappy one. Predator 2 is right in line with that legacy, a lackluster (and Schwarzenegger-free) action flick that steals every page it can from the Aliens playbook.

Since Predator took place in the jungle, Hollywood's sense of irony dictates that the sequel should take place in the city: In this case, Los Angeles, where a bloody gang war is underway. But the cops (notably renegade do-gooder Danny Glover) can't quite reconcile the body count, and it isn't long until they start to realize that another force is at work, which might explain the metallic bits that no one can identify and the corpses missing all their vital organs.

Continue reading: Predator 2 Review

Surviving The Game Review


Weak
To survive the game you first have to survive the movie, an update of The Most Dangerous Game only with a homeless guy being hunted for sport instead of a blue-blood. Too bad for the hunting party (helmed by Rutger Hauer in a golf cap), they picked the wrong guy to hunt: Ice-T in dreadlocks. The acting is atrocious: Watch for F. Murray Abraham's pained shriek when his son falls off a cliff. Oops, that's a spoiler.

Drop Zone Review


Weak
Woo-hoo, it's a parachutin' movie! Thrill to Wesley Snipes falling through the sky to fight crime! Jolt yourself awake before the lights come back on! If you're looking for excitement, try jumping out of a plane.

Slap Shot 2: Breaking The Ice Review


Terrible
I never saw the original Slap Shot [okay, I finally saw it -CN], but I just don't think the minor 1977 Paul Newman sports classic had hapless hockey players shilling their talents for a phony "entertainment" hockey league (think the Harlem Globetrotters). Complete with a bastard league owner (Gary Busey) and a woman coach (Jessica Steen) and just about every other cliche in the sports movie book, Slap Shot 2 isn't much more than Major League on ice... with all the humor stripped out of it.

Continue reading: Slap Shot 2: Breaking The Ice Review

Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas Review


Very Good
You might be tempted to dismiss Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas as a curiosity, an attempt to exploit the pockets of fame enjoyed by Hunter S. Thompson and director Terry Gilliam.

When I first saw the film in 1998, that's what I did.

Continue reading: Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas Review

Two Shades Of Blue Review


Terrible
Good lord, a more wretched film couldn't be made if you set out to do it. This contrived, late-night Cinemax affair takes a blackmail plot, a murder plot, another murder plot, an insurance scandal -- and tries to tie it all together with the TDD phone service for the deaf as a plot device. Of course it stars Marlee Matlin -- and my, how far you have fallen, Marlee -- in her worst role ever. Busey and Roberts couldn't be hammier. And worst of all is Rachel Hunter, unintentionally made up to look like a drag queen, I kid you not. As a final insult, I'm pretty sure the titular Two Shades of Blue refer to her panties. Pap.

The Firm Review


Good
Run, Tom, run! Mr. Cruise got a workout in this picture, a film that had him on the run from the evil law firm that employed him and whose clients consist only of mobsters, killers, and other crooks. An all-star cast otherwise makes up for a largely uninspired, overly complex, and far too long movie that nonetheless maintains audience interest throughout a 2.5+ hour runtime. Holly Hunter is particularly good as a slutty private eye's assistant -- in fact, she was nominated for an Oscar for the cheeseball role. Hal Holbrook also earns high marks as an appropriately evil and mysterious bossman.
Gary Busey

Gary Busey Quick Links

News Pictures Video Film Footage Quotes RSS
Advertisement

Gary Busey

Date of birth

29th June, 1944

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Male

Height

1.82




Advertisement
Advertisement

Gary Busey Movies

Entourage Trailer

Entourage Trailer

The world of acting is no longer enough for superstar Vincent Chase, whose now looking...

Entourage Trailer

Entourage Trailer

After making a name for themselves in Hollywood, Vincent Chase and his entourage of friends...

Bounty Killer Movie Review

Bounty Killer Movie Review

Like a spoof mash-up of Mad Max and Machete, this nutty action movie throws us...

Piranha 3DD Movie Review

Piranha 3DD Movie Review

After the guilty-pleasure success of 2010's Piranha 3D, the quickly slapped-together trailer for this sequel...

Advertisement
Artists
Actors
    Filmmakers
      Artists
      Bands
        Musicians
          Artists
          Celebrities
             
              Artists
              Interviews
                musicians & bands in the news
                  actors & filmmakers in the news
                    celebrities in the news

                      Go Back in Time using our News archive to see what happened on a particular day in the past.