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" The only thing standing between you and a watery grave is your wits, and that’s not my idea of adequate protection "
— Humphrey Bogart, Beat the Devil

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Midnight in Paris

Allen and Wilson dip their toes into the golden age —Marty Mapes (review...)

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Brendan Fraser

  • Extraordinary Measures (2010)

    Fraser goes to Extraordinary Measures with Ford Review by Matt Anderson: Inspirational story needs more innovation

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Business dances with science; Ford's character is born in a screenwriter's test tube

  • Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008)

    Fraser hangs on; it's a long way down to the Center of the Earth Review by Marty Mapes: If I were ten I'd go see this again and again and again

  • Crash (2005)

    Tate and Ludacris head for a Crash Review by Marty Mapes: As successful as Haggis is, the movie is still flawed. Worst of all, it is very contrived.

  • The Quiet American (2002)

    Brendand Fraser is The Quiet American to Caine's Briton Review by Risë Keller: Without drawing conclusions, the film explores many moral dimensions to people's need for the exotic

  • The Mummy Returns (2001)

    Fraser and Weisz flee because The Mummy Returns Review by Marty Mapes: Adventure/comedy is Raiders of the Lost Ark for Generation Z

  • Gods and Monsters (1998)

    Review by Marty Mapes