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DVD Review – The Nice Guys (2016)

The Nice Guys, 2016.

Directed by Shane Black.

Starring Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice, Matt Bomer, Keith David, Gil Gerard, Kim Basinger, Beau Knapp and Margaret Qualley.

Synopsis:

A private detective and an enforcer team up to infiltrate the porn industry in 1977 Los Angeles.

Mismatched buddy movies have been a constant staple of Hollywood since the year dot and Shane Black’s 1987 hit Lethal Weapon is still pretty much the benchmark to which all others adhere to, the stars in perfect alignment with regards to script, actors and direction. With The Nice Guys, Black returns to the sub-genre but this time the emphasis is on the comedy rather than the action, and where better to start than hiring two actors not exactly known for their comedy chops. That’s right; instead of ‘Mad’ Mel and straight man Danny Glover – admittedly another two actors that don’t immediately spring to mind
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Movie Review – The Nice Guys (2016)

The Nice Guys, 2016.

Directed by Shane Black.

Starring Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice, Matt Bomer, Margaret Qualley, Yaya DaCosta, Keith David, Beau Knapp, Lois Smith, Murielle Telio, Jack Kilmer, and Kim Basinger.

Synopsis:

A mismatched pair of private eyes investigate the apparent suicide of a fading porn star in 1970s Los Angeles.

Anyone that managed to watch the Academy Awards this year also saw Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling present an award at the festivities, and subsequently definitely had a hunch that director Shane Black (Iron Man 3, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) was onto something with The Nice Guys. Let’s face it, most of the comedy at prestigious awards shows is flat-out terrible (mostly due to whoever writes the crap not wanting to piss off any of the celebrities attending), but these two hit it out of the park even with cheesy lines, showing great comedic chemistry together
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Film Review: The Nice Guys (2016): Pure, Shamelessly Entertaining Shane Black

The Nice Guys Review The Nice Guys (2016) Film Review, a movie directed by Shane Black, starring Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Matt Bomer, Kim Basinger , Angourie Rice, Margaret Qualley, Yaya DaCosta, Keith David, Beau Knapp, Lois Smith, Murielle Telio, Gil Gerard, Daisy Tahan, Jack Kilmer, Lance Valentine Butler. The Nice Guys might be the Shane Black-est film of Shane Black films to date. Black has essentially become his own brand at this point, and […]
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The Nice Guys – Review

Los Angeles is maybe known world-wide as an entertainment mecca, ground zero for all things that glitter, but it’s also the locale for thrillers and the “hard-boiled” mystery. Everybody from Bogie to Bob Mitchum threw on a trench coat, adjusted their fedoras, and strolled down those dark streets and alleys, looking for danger (and dangerous dames). This week’s new flick somewhat echoes those noir “programmers”. Being a big Summer release, we’ve got two “gumshoes” dodging bullets. And it’s not post WWII California, but rather post Vietnam War “la la land” circa 1977 (near Christmas-time). Now, with two bickering private eyes, you might consider this a variation of the standard “cop buddy” actioner. That’s appropriate since this movie is directed by the screenwriter who set the template for police team-up flicks back in 1987 with Lethal Weapon, Shane Black. It turns out that this movie’s heroes are
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Review: Shane Black's 'The Nice Guys' is a raw, rough, rowdy delight

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Review: Shane Black's 'The Nice Guys' is a raw, rough, rowdy delight
Shockingly, this is not a Christmas movie. In every other way, though, it is a Shane Black movie, and that is reason enough to rejoice. I am more than willing to cop to the fact that part of what I like about Shane Black is that he evidently loves the exact same things I love, and for the exact same reasons. When someone’s making art that hews so closely to my ideal aesthetic, I start half-in-the-bag for the thing. I’ve written often about my love of La detective stories, especially when set in different eras of the city’s development. Walter Mosley, Raymond Chandler, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Towne, James Ellroy, Michael Connelly… lots of guys have mined this territory to terrific effect, and I have no doubt I’ll take my own shot at it someday. What Black does here is very different than what Paul Thomas Anderson did in Inherent Vice,
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Murielle Telio to Recur on Amazon Series ‘Red Oaks’ as Massage Therapist

Murielle Telio to Recur on Amazon Series ‘Red Oaks’ as Massage Therapist
After co-starring in the pilot, up-and-coming actress Murielle Telio will recur on Amazon’s original series “Red Oaks,” which boasts Steven Soderbergh, Gregory Jacobs and David Gordon Green among its executive producers, TheWrap has learned. Set in 1985, “Red Oaks” follows David Myers (Craig Roberts), a college student who gets a summer job as an assistant tennis pro at the Red Oaks Country Club in suburban New Jersey. After playing Dawn in the series pilot, which shot last spring, Telio has signed on for a minimum of three episodes in which she’ll return as the country club’s gorgeous massage therapist.
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'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Clip Name Drops the 'Avengers'

'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Clip Name Drops the 'Avengers'
Following the new poster that debuted yesterday, a new clip has surfaced from next week's episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., "Love in the Time of Hydra", which features two references to members of The Avengers. Sadly, we don't see these heroes, but both Captain America and the Hulk's names come up, when Fitz (Iain De Caestecker) and Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) are trying to gauge Skye's (Chloe Bennet) new Inhuman powers. While Fitz thinks Skye can be as powerful as Captain America, Simmons compares her uncontrollable abilities to the Hulk. Perhaps a day will come when these big screen heroes will cross over to the small screen, but that won't likely happen anytime soon.

"Love in the Time of Hydra" follows Coulson (Clark Gregg) and his team, who are still reeling from a shocking revelation that leaves the crew fractured as they must decide what to do with one of their own.
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'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Poster Features Ward & Agent 33

'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Poster Features Ward & Agent 33
Next week's episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., "Love in the Time of Hydra" will feature the return of one character and the debut of another, both of whom are featured in two new posters for the ABC series. First up, Brett Dalton's Grant Ward returns along with Agent 33 (Maya Stojan), who are both depicted in an artistic new poster from Entertainment Weekly. The second poster gives us our first look at Edward James Olmos as Robert Gonazles, who is apparently at odds with Coulson (Clark Gregg). It's possible that Gonzales is the man behind Bobbi (Adrianne Palicki) and Mack's (Henry Simmons) secret mission, but we don't know for sure.

This episode will be the first time fans have seen Ward since the midseason finale, when he was seen with Agent 33. Executive producer Jeffrey Bell told Entertainment Weekly that fans will learn what Ward and Agent 33 have been up
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