Safe House – Review
The weekend before Valentine's Day means one thing: TONS of new releases. From romance ("The Vow") to action ("Safe House") to nostalgia ("The Phantom Menace"), all four quadrants will be served this weekend. Which film will emerge victorious?
Safe House is a twisted claw of a movie, a picture so visually ugly that, to borrow a line from Moms Mabley, it hurt my feelings. Let's forget, for a moment, about the sub-sub-sub-Training Day plot, in which a wily old-coot
Denzel Washington is back with a vengeance in “Safe House,” a lively, gritty thriller that provides his strongest role since 2007's “American Gangster.”
The Swedish actor best known for AMC's The Killing has a shining moment in the new action thriller Safe House. He's been working in his native Sweden for a decade — and last year he captivated US audiences by playing detective Stephen Holder to broody
By Blair Marnell Would it surprise anyone to learn that Denzel Washington carries Safe House with his usual dynamic performance? If you've seen any Denzel Washington-led movie, then you know what he can do. He's a world class actor who can elevate even