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Unfortunately, that last sentence casts some serious doubt on the status of the project. It could be moving full steam ahead or it could be deader than the government surgeons who were set ablaze after giving Castor Troy a face transplant. Such is the fickle nature of Hollywood, baby! Chatting with Empire back in early July, Wingard gave a hopeful update on the film, promising that it would feature the return of Cage's character, despite the fact that the villain met the wrong end of a harpoon gun at the end of the first movie.




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It's here that Face/Off turns on a dime and surprises once again. At this point we're firmly in prison movie territory and there is more than enough conflict and obstacles to sustain the narrative, so it's not unreasonable to expect that we'll spend the rest of our time watching Archer trying to ascertain the location of the bomb, get extracted and diffuse it before it goes off. But the bomb plot point ends up being only a minor one. Castor inexplicably wakes up from his coma ("Nothing like having your face cut off to disturb your sleep!"), discovers what has been done to him and calls some of his goons. Since Archer is taking Castor's face out for a spin, Castor forces Walsh to give him the only face that is available: Archer's. Tit for tat, Castor becomes Archer. Then he kills Walsh, Tito and Miller...everyone who knew about the mission.


My litmus test is that for an action movie to truly be great and stand the test of time, you have to be able to take all of the action scenes and sequences out and still have a movie worth watching. Face/Off fits that bill and solidifies its greatness by taking its time in setting up the third act climax and doing exceptional character work. My two favorite scenes occur back-to-back here. First, Archer breaks into his own home--which is under police protection--to get a moment alone with Eve. He's drained and wounded, and he begs Eve not to scream. He tells her about the insane mission, tries to convince her that he is her true husband and implores her to get her own proof via a blood test ("Your husband, me, my, Sean's blood type is O negative. Castor's is AB"). The mirror imagery is revisited again in this scene, as Archer grabs a framed photograph of Michael and looks into it. When he sees Castor's face staring back, he smashes the glass and puts the picture in his pocket before hobbling out. It's clear that he's an underdog and needs Eve's support; he can't beat Castor alone.


There's more than enough action here to end the story at the church, and most movies indeed would have ended there, but Face/Off stages a whole other elaborate set piece, a motorboat chase. Some would call this kitchen sink excess, but I think it's justified. The conflict between hero and villain is so epic and personally charged and has been built so extensively that the climax needs to be equally epic and exhausting in order to be cathartic. At the end of the battle, a wounded Castor tries to carve up his (meaning Archer's) face as a final act of identity destruction, and Archer kills him with a speargun, screaming "die!" at the top of his lungs. On paper it may sound overdone, but trust me, this moment plays spectacularly. In that one line, Archer releases all of the pent up insanity and mania he has accrued over the course of this crazy narrative.


What is important is the resolution, and Face/Off nails this as well. The scene is simple: Archer returns home to Eve and Jamie as his old self and embraces them for all they're worth, a twinkle in his eye. "There's something I have to ask both of you." He motions for someone to come through the front door. It is Adam. "This is Adam, and he needs a place to live." Not with on-the-nose dialogue but with a pleading look in his eye, Sean asks Eve and Jamie if Adam can come live with them. Eve hugs him and says yes. Jamie takes Adam to show him his new room. Adam can never replace Michael, but he is giving the family a chance to rebuild, and boy have they earned it. This scene is incredibly emotional, brings the story full-circle, and leaves you feeling good and happy that you went on this big ride. It's exactly what an action movie (or any movie, really) should do.


Hopefully all of the above convinces of at least one thing: to anyone who would argue that action movies are by and large dumb exercises concerned only with generic gunfights and explosions, you're wrong. Action narratives are meant to provide a visceral canvas for exploring quintessential battles between good and evil and providing ultra-intense emotional stakes for sympathetic characters that we come to care about.


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Every Tuesday, Sony drops a bunch of new stuff onto the PlayStation Network. Those with a PlayStation 3 or PSP can download this new goodness, which ranges from PSN games to movies, themes and more. While the Official PlayStation Blog outlines these updates in full each week, we thought we'd help truncate the good news into something more digestible.


Today's PlayStation Store update is a big one. Let's get the most important (and ridiculously exciting) news out of the way first -- Castle Crashers has finally arrived. It only took two years to meander its way over to the PlayStation Network, but the wait is over. Castle Crashers is hands-down one of the best downloadable games on any service this generation, and PSN users can finally revel in its glory for $14.99. A second new game also hits the Store today as well. Sam & Max Episode 5: The City That Dares Not Sleep can be purchased, and is free to those gamers who already acquired a full season pass for Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse.


LOS ANGELES -- Hollywood's movie studios face a key test in their battle to defend copyright holders from digital pirates, when a federal court in California this Friday hears a case filed by a maker of software that allows users to copy DVDs.


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