Hasn't Denzil already done this wasting foreign low life schtick in Man on Fire? Why does he feel the need to keep repeating it? Second home with a mortgage perhaps?
For someone widely considered a fine actor, he sure makes a lot of movies that having nothing to do with demonstrating his talent. I understand that he has to maintain a certain commericalibility but he makes odd choices with film roles. On some level, for whatever reasons, he is only doing movies like this for the money and the attention.
I read online that is for a static caravan at Selsey Bill. He has bought the one between Paul Weller's and Danny Dyer's.
I thought it was on The Gower next to the Zeta-Douglases but I dare say you're right.
Too far away from London for Paul and Danny. Paul can hop on his Lambretta and be in the Big Smoke in 2 hours. Handy for Denzil as well so that he can go up to Peckham and have a beer with Del and Rodney.
Honestas non est optimum consilium est: consilium non solum est.
Well, The Equalizer seems to big news on the side of Cardiff buses in August 2018!
Even the bus is empty! Perhaps they thought they were showing the film as the 'in flight movie'. And the mum and her kids seem more interested in the hanging baskets outside the pub! Personally, I would rather get kneecapped than sit through this film and its predecessor.
"What are you two, some kind of music hall act?" "Whatever we are..." "...you made us!" "TA-DAA!!"
Well, I saw it today on my day off work and it was ok. To me, it felt a little more closer to the series because Denzel's McCall is investigating the death of a close friend who was also in The Agency and it delves into his espionage past as he reunites with an old colleague and uncovers a major betrayal. At the same time, he is also trying to keep a young tearaway from a life of crime (another throwback to the EW days) but I must say that for the most part when it comes to action, Denzel reminds me more of a young Steven Seagal with his lightning quick moves and ability to handle different guns.
"What was I thinking of, hitting him? Nothing. No, I know. I hate him! I hate his guts, I hate everything he stands for with his PACE and his plus and his statements of purpose and his smiling at the punters and his have a nice day! I mean when was the last time he ever nicked anybody, eh? A real villain! When was the last time he ever put himself on the line?"
I got around to watching the first movie tonight and have to say I enjoyed it very much. A couple of parts were a bit lame and felt it could have been reduced by about 15-20 minutes, but overall a very watchable film. I even liked the part in the B&Q shop where he kills the guy using barbed wire and a bag of cement.
When it finished at nine, Forces TV was on and guess what was beginning, The original series, didn't make me want to watch it though.