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Fury

An important milestone in the career of one of the great directors of silent and sound cinema —Marty Mapes (DVD review...)

Spencer Tracy feels Fritz Lang's Fury

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  • The Suicide Squad (2021)

    The Suicide Squad Review by Matt Anderson: t all works so well because the movie doesn't back down from its universe.

  • Creed (2015)

    Jordan lives by his father's Creed Review by Matt Anderson: Not all of the punches land successfully, but Creed still comes out a winner.

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Ryan Coogler's sequel follows a "Rocky" road

  • Rambo (2008)

    Triple-threat Stallone brings back Rambo Review by Matt Anderson: A disjointed mash-up between real-world tragedy and cartoonish soldier of fortune gusto

  • Rocky Balboa (2006)

    Sly is recognizable as Rocky Balboa Review by Matt Anderson: A deeply heartfelt conclusion to Stallone's Rocky saga and as the most soulful movie of the year

    DVD review by Matt Anderson: The top attractions on the DVD are roughly 20 minutes of deleted scenes

  • Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003)

    Spy Kids blast into 3-D DVD review by Risë Keller: The acting and 3-D graphics seem more impressive than they were in the theater

    Review by Risë Keller

  • Driven (2001)

    Stallone and de la Fuentes point at who's the most Driven Review by Marty Mapes: A treat for Stallone-watchers, a disappointment for everyone else

  • Cop Land (1997)

    Stallone is the sheriff of Cop Land Review by Marty Mapes: Standard cop movie with great moody music and Stallone's best performance since Rocky.

    DVD review by Marty Mapes: Director's cut improves Cop Land, Stallone's best role since Rocky

  • Daylight (1996)

    Review by Marty Mapes

  • Death Race 2000 (1975)

    Corman, cars, and crocs in Death Race 2000 DVD review by Marty Mapes: Strange movie makes strange bedfellows: Corman and Disney

  • The Expendables

    Review by Matt Anderson:

    The Expendables isn't the mantastic masterpiece it should've been.