If you'd like to let Hollyweird know what you think about gun control, or you'd just like to get some entertainment value for your buck, there are two things you can do this weekend.
Thing One, is go see Bruce Willis(61) in Death Wish, now in wide release.
|Bad Guy thinks he's sorry. He's about to be sorrier.|
There's no need for spoilers, just go see the movie. If you saw the original one, you know what you're getting. If you didn't, go back and watch it later on. First, go see this one.
Thing Two, is drop by the local DVD/BD counter, and grab The Foreigner, if you missed it when it came out last year. Or, even if you saw it.
|Wait till you see the other guys.|
With non-Bond Pierce Brosnan in the way of London Chinese restaurant owner Jackie Chan(62) in his quest for answers amidst The Troubles, this one hooks you, and then drives the point home relentlessly.
Jackie Chan is still The Man, from the beginning to the end of this movie.
|As Tommy Lee Jones once said onscreen, "This is not the work of a cook."|
Both flicks: Both thumbs up. No disappointments, and worth the time and the ticket.
This is what we go to the movies for.
(For comparison, at their age, John Wayne was making The Green Berets, Hellfighters, and True Grit, and winning his Best Actor Oscar.)
Old guys kick ass.