WNN Insomniac Theater: "November Man"

Insomniac Theater reviews "November Man" and "Life of Crime"
2:49 | 08/29/14

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Time now for insomniac -- we're checking out two of the top movies opening at the box office of Labor Day weekend. And we begin with the spy thriller the November man is based on the book series of the same name starring Pierce Brosnan as an ex CIA agent who was lured out of retirement for one last mission. But his former protege who he schools in the world of international espionage ends up turning on him. Take a look. -- -- It's good night. And -- -- one movie consoles. What does he -- Bluetooth and. -- -- Well to most critics apparently there is no point in -- man again is scored only a 36 cent a rotten tomatoes Travis -- spent. -- examiner dot com is reading this there is no excuse for how boring and incomprehensible. Much of the November man is -- another rough -- sadly. The film rapidly evolves into an DRP version of the Jason Bourne like been dead only bloodier and less meaningful that come from the Boston Globe. -- holding back. Now okay next we're going to a dark comedy caper based on Elmore Leonard's 1978 novel the switch this one starring Jennifer Aniston who plays the wife of a corrupt real estate developer. Played by Tim -- couple big stars -- kid with a plan to extort her husband. But he decides he'd rather just not paid a ransom which sets -- -- wild series of twists and turns. With his ensemble cast take a look and. We don't know Marshall. What he's got to lose but is he the kind of guy -- stick its neck out for. -- -- -- -- In the -- there really seems to want the line dark comedies do -- life of crime right now scoring 61%. On rotten tomatoes with critics saying it's funnier than it often lets on and also more dangerous -- -- can seem so when coming in violence do you break they'll hit the harder the harder I should expect. And also another one I found life of crime pretty doggone funny but the humor is understated and undercut with notes of brutality and nationalism. Apparently I'm very dark comedy and T. He put masks on anyone -- just for -- to freak me out and it's tough to be tough to -- through -- -- -- -- -- -- so big screen also Pierce Brosnan but both are great -- that I think they think they take their -- in stride and I think the people we'll spend time. That they give that's good news this half hour remember to always stay Tuesday -- --

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