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‘Draft Day’ Review

Draft Day Super Bowl Trailer 2014
Summit Entertainment

A working knowledge of how the NFL’s somewhat antiquated but weirdly compelling draft system plays out is not necessary to enjoy Ivan Reitman’s ‘Draft Day.’ In fact, such a knowledge base may actually prove detrimental, if only because there’s absolutely no way that the majority of what happens on the big screen ever goes down in real life. Reitman’s latest film – a basically light-hearted sports-centric dramedy – takes places entirely on the eponymous day, following the various highs and lows of a struggling general manager, and while it’s frequently quite entertaining, it also seems as if it was created to appeal to people who find football only vaguely interesting (but who like Kevin Costner a whole lot).

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Straight Tooken: How Liam Neeson and an Older Generation Became Action Superstars

20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox

Since its inception, movies have starred the beautiful people. Young people. The kind of people you simply wouldn't see on every street corner. It's such a Hollywood cliche to discuss the film industry chewing up young stars and spitting them back out once they start to get up there in years, but it's only a cliche because it's happened enough times to take on truth.

But, there have been times in cinematic history where youth and beauty have taken a backseat to age age and experience. Every so often, we stop caring about traditional movie stars and start embracing something the folks who look like they've taken a beating. Sometimes, the older folks start to take over the spotlight and right now, we're living in the age of the Old Man Action Hero.

But why now?

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’3 Days to Kill’ Review

3 Days to Kill review
Open Road Films

The promise of '3 Days to Kill': If Kevin Costner can assassinate a laundry list of people in three days, he'll receive the antidote to his terminal illness. The reality of '3 Days to Kill': If Kevin Costner can assassinate an indeterminable amount of people over an indeterminable amount of time while juggling quality time with his estranged daughter, then he'll continue being given treatment to his terminal illness, which he has been receiving since the beginning of the movie. For those who thought 'Taken' needed more filler, this movie.

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’3 Days to Kill’ Super Bowl Trailer: It’s Time for Some “Real” Football

3 Days to Kill Super Bowl Trailer 2014
Relativity Media

Ahead of Sunday's big showdown between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, Relativity Media released the coming '3 Days to Kill' Super Bowl trailer online, which will air in its entirety during the game. And, of course, Kevin Costner has a thing or two to say about European football vs. "real football."

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‘Draft Day’ Super Bowl Trailer: “We Can Always Talk Football”

Draft Day Super Bowl Trailer 2014
Summit Entertainment

The 'Draft Day' Super Bowl trailer has come a bit early ahead of Sunday's big game, so get a jump on new footage from the sports film featuring Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner talkin' all things football!

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See the Cast of ‘Field of Dreams’ Then and Now

Field of Dreams
Universal

Released in 1989, 'Field of Dreams' starred Kevin Costner as a struggling Iowa farmer who, upon hearing voices, digs up his crops and builds a baseball field. Soon after, the ghosts of the Chicago Black Sox come to play ball, and the farmer helps inspire the people of his small town. The film was nominated for three Oscars, including Best Picture, and has become a beloved classic. Twenty-five years later we revisit the cast of 'Field of Dreams' and see what they're doing now. 

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‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ Review

Jack Ryan review
Paramount Pictures

Some franchises leave an indelible mark on you during your formative years, and inspire passionate, lifelong devotion from their fans – but is Jack Ryan really one of them? Given the messy lineage of the character on screen, played now by four separate actors (Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck and here, by 'Star Trek Into Darkness' star Chris Pine), not to mention the fact that the films are wildly uneven in terms of quality, it seems like the answer would be no. But, the character’s resilience is apparently as indefatigable as Hollywood’s faith in intellectual property, which is why ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ exists, a dull mishmash of Cold War spy games and ‘Bourne Identity’-style grit which shares much in common with the weakest of its predecessors – especially total forgettability.

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‘Draft Day’ Trailer: Kevin Costner’s on a Comeback Kick in 2014

Draft Day Trailer Kevin Costner
Summit Entertainment

Could 2014 be the year of the Kevin Costner comeback? The actor, who was in huge hits in the late eighties and early nineties, wore out his welcome with pictures like 'The Postman,' but after appearing in this year's 'Man of Steel,' he's got five starring roles lined up for next year, including 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,' '3 Days to Kill' and now 'Draft Day,' which just released its first trailer and poster.

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’3 Days to Kill’ Trailer: Kevin Costner Realizes Family Time Can Be Murder

3 Days to Kill Trailer HD
Relativity Media

Few leading men are as reliable as Kevin Costner, who can fluctuate between icy badass and adoring father figure at the drop of a hat. So what happens when you cast him as a tough secret agent and a dad who just wants to spend time with his daughter? Well, the new '3 Days to Kill' trailer gives us a peek at such a scenario.

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New ‘Jack Ryan’ Poster and Photos

Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit photos
Paramount Pictures

It was recently announced that Paramount's big reboot of the 'Jack Ryan' franchise would be pushed to a January, 2014 release; a move that left many wondering if this was any indication of the film's quality. Is the studio dumping this film? Let's take a look at the new 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit' poster as well as some new photos to see what we can find out.

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