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Frank Darabont recreates the look but not the substance of '40s crime movies
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Includes:The Prophecy (1995), MPAA Rating: R The Prophecy II (1998), MPAA Rating: R The Prophecy 3: The Ascent (2000), MPAA Rating: R The Prophecy The directorial debut from Highlander screenwriter Gregory Widen stars Christopher Walken as the angel Gabriel, who, fed up with God giving all of his attention to humans, decides to stage a sort of coup. With plans of killing all of the good angels, Gabriel decides to enlist the help of a recently deceased and inhumanly malevolent army general. In order to prevent Gabriel from obtaining the help of the vicious Korean War vet, good angel Simon (Eric Stoltz) stashes the general's soul in an unsuspecting young Native American girl named Mary (Moriah Snyder). As Gabriel gets closer to finding Mary, an ex-seminary-student-turned-cop and a school teacher, played by Elias Koteas and Virginia Madsen, team together to protect her. Meanwhile, Satan (Viggo Mortensen) enters into the mix, concerned over the implications the heavenly war may have on his dominion. Later spawning a series of sequels, The Prophecy was released in the U.K. under the title God's Army. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide The Prophecy II Christopher Walken returns as the guerrilla angel Gabriel, the leader of an evil heavenly revolution in which bad angels seek to upset the heavenly hierarchy by destroying humanity and all good angels -- because Gabriel believes God favors mortals. This time, Gabriel has been spit from the bowels of Hell, where even Lucifer tired of the chaos he created. He is stalking the L.A. streets in hopes of finishing his bloody war by murdering the second incarnation of Christ, who is gestating within the womb of nurse Jennifer Beals. Protecting her is the angel Danyael (Russell Wong). As Gabriel is not literate in late-20th-century technology, he enlists the assistance of Izzy (Brittany Murphy), a depressive teen whom he saves from suicide. This follow-up to the popular Prophecy is far gorier than its predecessor. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide The Prophecy 3: The Ascent In the third installment of the series that began with The Prophecy, the Angel Gabriel (Christopher Walken) has taken up residence on Earth, where he's learned to enjoy the simple pleasures of life among humans, such as frosted doughnuts and driving a convertible. One night, he witnesses Danyael (Dave Buzzotta), a heretic preacher with a storefront church who tells his flock that God doesn't care much for the people who tend the Earth. A blind man (Brad Dourif) who claims to hear the voice of God shoots Danyael several times in the chest. However, several hours after he's pronounced dead, Danyael rises from his slab at the morgue and heads out into the street. Maggie (Kayren Ann Butler), his understandably upset girlfriend, is then approached by Zouhael (Vincent Spano), a fallen angel who needs Danyael for his own evil purposes. It seems that Danyael is half human and half angel, and both Gabriel and Zouhael want his help. A Spirit of genocide and destruction is about to rise on a Native American reservation, and if Gabriel is going to stop it -- or Zouhael is going to bring it forward -- they will need Danyael's guidance. Prophecy 3: The Ascent marked the directorial debut of Patrick Lussier, who has often worked as an editor for horror director Wes Craven. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
Includes - Wiseguy: A Deal's a Deal (1987) Wiseguy: Prodigal Son (1987) Wiseguy: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1987) Wiseguy: Pilot, Part 1 (1987) Wiseguy: New Blood (1987) Wiseguy: The Birthday Surprise (1987) Wiseguy: Last Rites for Lucci (1987) Wiseguy: One on One (1987) Wiseguy: No One Gets Out of Here Alive (1987) Wiseguy: Pilot, Part 2 (1987) Wiseguy: The Loose Cannon (1987) Wiseguy: The Merchant of Death (1988) Wiseguy: Player to be Named Now (1988) Wiseguy: Date With an Angel (1988) Wiseguy: Not for Nothing (1988) Wiseguy: Smokey Mountain Requiem (1988) Wiseguy: Fascination for the Flame (1988) Wiseguy: Dirty Little Wars (1988) Wiseguy: Blood Dance (1988) Wiseguy: Independent Operator (1988) Wiseguy: Phantom Pain (1988) Wiseguy: Squeeze (1988) Wiseguy: A Deal's a Deal Undercover agent Vinnie (Ken Wahl) finds himself in hot water again when singer Joey Romanowski (Billy Vera) is beaten up to keep him from breaking his contract with crime boss Sonny Steelgrave (Ray Sharkey). The men who perpetrated the deed are two crooked cops who are on the take from Sonny--and who may blow Vinnie's cover just as he is about to be inducted as a full member of the Steelgrave operation. It is up to Vinnie's OCB contact Frank (Jonathan Banks) to keep the situation from getting beyond control. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Wiseguy: Prodigal Son When his mother Carlotta (Elsa Raven) is brutally mugged, Vinnie (Ken Wahl) decides to risk blowing his cover by telling her that he isn't a crook, but instead an undercover agent. Things take a sinister turn when Vinnie discovers that the man who beat up his mom has ties with Vinnie's crime-kingpin "pal" Sonny Steelgrave (Ray Sharkey). Meanwhile, our hero's OCB contacts Frank (Jonathan Banks) and Lifeguard (Jim Byrnes) struggle mightily to prevent Vinnie from literally outliving his usefulness. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Wiseguy: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell Mobster Sonny Steelgrave (Ray Sharkey) schemes to increase his power by marrying the daughter of the Baglia crime family. At the same time, Sonny's "best friend" Vinnie (Ken Wahl)--actually a federal agent--is order to "hit" Sonny on the day of the wedding by Pat "The Cat" Patrice (Joe Dellasandro). But when the smoke clears, someone other than Sonny is lying dead--and Vinnie's OCB contract Frank (Jonathan Banks) is on the verge of closing down the Steelgrave operation once and for all. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Wiseguy: Pilot, Part 1 Released from Newark State Penitentiary after an 18-month stretch, Vinnie Terranova (Ken Wahl) apparently wants nothing more out of life than to plunge back into the criminal pool. Getting a job as a busboy at a restaurant frequented by the Steelgrave crime family, Vinnie connives to get on the good side of Sonny Steelgrave (Ray Sharkey), who takes such a liking to the pugnacious ex-con that he hires Vinnie as his personal driver. What Sonny doesn't know is that Vinnie is an undercover agent, working for the anti-crime organization OCB--and that his arrest and release was all part of a master plan to topple the Steelgrave empire. Originally telecast as a single two-hour TV movie, the pilot episode of Wiseguy has since been re-edited as two one-hour episodes for syndicaiton. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Wiseguy: New Blood Undercover agent Vinnie (Ken Wahl) has managed to infiltrate the Steelgrave crime family and has been put in charge of the waterfront "action" formerly handled by Grecco, discredited lieutenant of Sonny Steelgrave (Ray Sharkey). Meanwhile, an ambitious new DA (Vic Polizos) has vowed to clean up the Steelgrave mob, specifically targetting Vinnie and other second-echelon functionaries. Will the "moles" placed in Sonny's organization inadvertently blow Vinnie's cover--and what can he do about it short of killing the people on his "own side"? ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Wiseguy: The Birthday Surprise Vinnie's cousin Danny is killed by Kiki Vanno (Nestor Serrano, a g
Sylvester Stallone tries his luck with his first cop buddy movie in Tango and Cash, directed by Andrei Konchalovsky. Stallone is Ray Tango, a Los Angeles narcotics cop who dresses in fancy suits, wears wire-rim glasses, and talks to his stockbroker more than he talks to his mother. Kurt Russell is Gabriel Cash, another Los Angeles narcotics cop who has long, disheveled blonde hair and dresses in worn-out sweatshirts. Together, Tango and Cash are the two best narcs in LA, which causes drug baron Yves Perret (Jack Palance) no end of distress. Since Yves controls a billion-dollar drug empire, Tango and Cash have to be taken out of the picture in some way. So Yves arranges for Tango and Cash to be framed for a crime. But the duo accepts a plea bargain that will give them 18 months in a minimum-security prison. Unfortunately, Yves arranges for their destination to be diverted to a maximum-security hell-hole where Yves's minions proceed to torture Tango and Cash --although they still have time to trade quips with each other. Ultimately, they escape from their torture chamber and seek out Yves and his gang. ~ Paul Brenner, All Movie Guide
Formerly bald 'Doctor Who' actress gets her red back; Chris Pratt 'to be the biggest movie star in the world'