187: A very good movie about a teacher who is threatened by a gang member. Almost two years later, he goes through a similar ordeal. Samuel L. Jackson was fantastic and it's one of his best movies.
The Adjustment Bureau: A great idea for a movie that didn't live up to its' potential. Could have been a great movie, but the writers didn't bring it home. Waste of an idea. It was entertaining at some points, but fell a little flat.
The A-Team: Great movie version of a TV show that still has a cult following. Lots of action with good acting as each actor playes the role of the TV counterpart perfectly.
Battle: Los Angeles: BLA brought home what may have been one of the best alien invasion movies ever made. A toss up with Independence Day, but this had superior acting. Realistic battles with a great storyline. It is one of my favorite movies since Lord of the Rings.
Donnie Brasco: Up and coming Johnny Depp with a great cast that includes Al Pacino. One of Depp's top movies is a mob movie that get's your hopes up to be one of the best that falls a little short on action, but a great story.
Going Down: A horribly bad version of Weekend at Bernies. The writers and actors force all the lines ad they try to be funny but come up lame. So bad I could not watch the last 20 minutes.
The Kingdom: Jamie Fox's best movie by far. A group of FBI agents go to investigate a bombing. A powerful movie that will surely get everyone mesmorized while they watch.
Lean On Me: A tough principal is sent to a school to clean it up of its' gangs, drugs and lack of education.
Snow White and the Huntsman: Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth bring this story to life. A fantastic version of the classic fairytale with excellent acting. Great action scenes will help Hemsworth become the next big action star.
The Toy: Richard Pryor and Jackie Gleason make you laugh out loud. The classic comedy has Pryor as a kids toy.
Vanilla Sky: Bizarre story but interesting at the same time. Certainly not his best work but Cruz did expand his character base.