Gibraltar AKA The Informant
A bar owner with money problems is persuaded to become grass for French Customs. Another fine performance by Gilles Lellouche (La French, Mea Culpa, Mesrine: L’Instinct De Mort), decent direction by Julien Leclercq (D’Assaut).
The Outsider (2014)
Tedious man-investigates-daughter’s-death revenger, with Craig Fairbrass(!) as the angry mercenary on the war path. In the interests of giving his picture more international credibility director Brian A Miller has persuaded (no doubt through the medium of cold, hard cash) two recognisable names – James Caan and Jason Patric – to rattle through a few short scenes which don’t even seem to match up with the primary plot in a manner so desperate it points towards them being Ponzi scheme victims or similar.
Crappy post-D Day mission movie done on the cheap. Of note only because of the appearance of former footballer Frank Leboeuf as a French gunman.
Instantly forgettable Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse-themed on-the-trail-of-a-psycho thriller with Dennis Quaid.
Dull crime caper movie with Milo Ventimiglia, Jason Lee, Robert Patrick and Alan Tudyk.
The All Together
Really crappy British comedy drama, about uptight white collar drone Martin Freeman having his home invaded by various villains. With Danny Dyer, Velibor Topic, and others; seriously, it is too rubbish to even check.
Hot Girls Wanted
Depressing documentary about young women who step onto the porn conveyor belt, and how they are chewed up and burned out in a matter of months or weeks.
Fairly fruitful environmentally-themed disaster blockbuster from Roland Emmerich, with big entourage cast including John Cusask, Thandie Newton, Amanda Peet, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Woody Harrelson, Oliver Platt and Danny Glover.