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Screening of 'The Equalizer'

Director, Antoine Fuqua and Lela Rochon - Stars were snapped as they took to the red carpet at the Screening of action, crime thriller 'The Equalizer' in New York City, New York, United States - Monday 22nd September 2014

Director, Antoine Fuqua and Lela Rochon

Los Angeles Premiere of 'Olympus Has Fallen'

Antoine Fuqua and Lela Rochon - Los Angeles Premiere of 'Olympus Has Fallen' held at ArcLight Hollywood Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 18th March 2013

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Antoine Fuqua

Picture - Lela Rochon , Sunday 1st July 2012

Lela Rochon and Bet Awards Sunday 1st July 2012 2012 BET Awards at The Shrine Auditorium - Arrivals

Lela Rochon and Bet Awards
Lela Rochon and Bet Awards
Lela Rochon and Bet Awards

The Big Hit Review


Unbearable
Why would any producer gamble $13 million on a trash heap like The Big Hit? There's no excuse to give such a horrendous movie the green light. I hope Ben Ramsey's script was a very good read, because that's the only explanation producers Warren Zide and Wesley Snipes have.

According to the production notes, director Che-Kirk Wong actually had considerable confidence in the project. "The script was very original," explains Wong. "I enjoy doing action sequences, but action means nothing if we don't have decent characters. They're both equally important to me." Is Wong thinking of the same movie I just endured?

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Why Do Fools Fall In Love? Review


Weak
Or, a better question: Why would anyone think a movie about a battle over music royalties by three vengeful women, starring Little Richard as himself, would be any good?

Knock Off Review


Grim
Believe it or not, worse Van Damme movies have been made. But this one's no gem -- the story of a Hong Kong fashion designer who gets caught up in a counterfeiting ring -- not to mention a plot to blow up the world, pretty much. Far too hard to follow for a beat-up movie.

Any Given Sunday Review


OK

There's only about 22 minutes of plot in "Any Given Sunday," Oliver Stone's innovative, bone-crunching ballet of sound and fury football, so lets get that out of the way right now:

Al Pacino stars as the embattled, old-school coach of a fictitious pro football team. Cameron Diaz, is the willful, profit-zealous daughter of the franchise's recently deceased owner. Jamie Foxx is a hotshot young quarterback whose know-it-all attitude and colossal ego threaten team unity. He's just replaced the injured, aging, Elway-esque veteran QB Dennis Quaid, whose compound back injury has spelled curtains for his career -- if only his ruthlessly ambitious, harpy of a wife (Lauren Holly) would accept that fact.

During the last two minutes of the fourth quarter of the Big Playoff Game that serves as the film's climax, each of these characters (especially the selfish ones) will have an epiphany about what's really important in their lives.

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