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Watch: First Teaser Trailer For 'The November Man' Starring Pierce Brosnan & Olga Kurylenko

  • By Edward Davis
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  • June 6, 2014 3:20 PM
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November Man
“A bullet travels at over four thousand feet per second, four times faster than the speed of sound. The effect of that philosophy? Absolute.” What does that mean? Well, in the world of spy thriller “The November Man,” it means Pierce Brosnan has no time for love in this business. Yep, while he plays dashing and refined often, Brosnan can also kick ass, hold a grudge, etc., etc. If that sounds generic, well you just wait.

First Look At Pierce Brosnan In Action Thriller 'November Man'

November Man
Liam Neeson, Kevin Coster and now Pierce Brosnan are heading into their latter stages of middle age by kicking some butt on screen. And the former James Bond is going to get things done in "November Man," with the first image from the thriller now arriving. Read More »

Review: 'Seeking Justice' A Rote, Generic Thriller With A Dialed Down Nicolas Cage

  • By Gabe Toro
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  • March 13, 2012 3:01 PM
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This is a slight paraphrasing of the truth. A couple of years ago, an eccentric award-winning actor had a choice: He could star in an unreasonable amount of movies of declining quality, stockpiling paychecks as his reputation and brand diminished. Or he could sell his dinosaurs bones and castles to appease the IRS and become significantly less weird. Well, here's to Nicolas Cage for keeping it weirder than ever, movies be damned.

Nic Cage Revenge Movie 'Seeking Justice' Finally Picked Up By Anchor Bay, Set For March 16th Release

  • By Drew Taylor
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  • December 14, 2011 6:30 PM
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Nicolas Cage is about this far away from being an exclusively direct-to-video actor.

Clive Owen & Anil Kapoor Attached To Roger Donaldson's Financial Thriller 'Cities'

  • By Oliver Lyttelton
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  • May 4, 2011 1:19 AM
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Nearly three years after the fact, filmmakers are finally catching up to the giant bastards behind the collapse of the economy at the end of 2008 that dumped the rest of us in the shit. Last year saw both Oliver Stone's mediocre "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps," and Charles Ferguson's Oscar-winning documentary "Inside Job," which both looked at the events that led to the crash, while 2011 has already seen "Margin Call" pick up good notices at Sundance, and Curtis Hanson's all-star "Too Big To Fail" airs on HBO in a few weeks.

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