Movie Review: Red Heat – A Cop-Buddy Film With a Commie Twist

Written by Walter Hill, Harry Kleiner, and Troy Kennedy-MartinDirected by Walter Hill I don’t know whether or no it worked against the film Red Heat was released in 1988. Communism was crumbling at the time, almost a year after Ronald Reagan’s famous tear down this wall… speech. The wall itself would come down just aContinue reading “Movie Review: Red Heat – A Cop-Buddy Film With a Commie Twist”

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines-How Much Did Xenadrine Pay for that Product Placement?

Written by John Brancato, Michael Ferris, Tedi SarafinDirected by Jonathan Mostow Picking up ten years after Terminator 2: Judgment Day the twenty-something John Connor (Nick Stahl) is living a life in obscurity, afraid to show his face or have his name anywhere that can be traced. This is even though the audience was led toContinue reading “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines-How Much Did Xenadrine Pay for that Product Placement?”