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NOVEMBER MAN Pierce Brosnan

The idea of Pierce Brosnan in another spy franchise holds promise, even if it’s been over a decade since the actor last portrayed James Bond. Hoping to return some firepower to a lethargic filmography, Brosnan loads up on pained machismo for “The November Man,” the launch of a fresh series of actioners based on the character Peter Devereaux, an ex-CIA brute conceived by author Bill Granger. The star is quite literally the only highlight in this stunningly brain dead thriller, working his tight-faced routine to the best of his ability as director Roger Donaldson bungles even the most basic of chase sequences and spy game antagonism. As enjoyable an actor as Brosnan is, sometimes his taste in screenplays boggles the mind. Read the rest at


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