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— Ben Affleck, Armageddon

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Detroit

Detroit offers a wealth of material for discussion, but doesn't serve as a tool for healing. —Matt Anderson (review...)

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Guy Pearce

  • The Last Vermeer (2020)

    The Last Vermeer Review by Matt Anderson: Even 75 years after its conclusion, World War II is still fertile ground for fresh cautionary tales.

  • Bloodshot (2020)

    Bloodshot Review by Matt Anderson: There isn’t much of a payoff for enduring all the mayhem.

  • Hateship Loveship (2014)

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Punchless drama stars a serious Wiig

  • Lawless (2012)

    Oldman lives Lawless Review by Robert Denerstein: Tale of bootleggers has genre kick

  • Lockout (2012)

    Pearce arrives for the Lockout Review by Robert Denerstein: Lockout's no knockout

  • Animal Kingdom (2010)

    Weaver prowls her Animal Kingdom Review by Robert Denerstein: Terrific cast, great scenes bring grim tale to life

  • The Proposition (2006)

    Pearce has a Proposition for you Review by Matt Anderson: A violent story, but it offers things to think about on the way back home

  • The Time Machine (2002)

    Guy Pearce turns on The Time Machine Review by Marty Mapes: A great sense of adventure, good-looking special effects, and enough plot holes to sink the movie

  • The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)

    Pearce and Caviezel fight over the Count of Monte Cristo Review by Marty Mapes: Who would have thought that Kevin Reynolds would finally get the formula right?