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This is Movie Jail, a unique maximum security prison that houses some of the worst writers, directors, actors and producers from Hollywood and beyond. Their crimes? The offenses vary from convict to convict but most of these inmates have contributed negatively to the film world to some capacity and his or her misdeeds have covered a long enough period of time that the authorities had to intervene. In each column a defendant is put on trial, arguments are made, and then it is up to YOU, the jury, to decide if the person is guilty or not guilty of crimes against cinema. Their lives are in your hands, dude.

The Defendant

The Case

The Prosecution: Pompeii, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, Marmaduke, Twelve, Mirrors, The Wild, The Sentinel, River Queen, Taking Lives, Paradise Found, Desert Saints, The Right Temptation, Cowboy Up, Woman Wanted, Picking Up the Pieces, After Alice, Break Up, Eye for an Eye, The Cowboy Way, The Vanishing, Renegades

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, before you scroll down to the Strikeback and chew me out for putting Kiefer Sutherland on the stand, hear me out. Yes, Mr. Sutherland has been great on 24 as Jack Bauer, and his commitment to the television series means he has had less time for movies. However, when he has appeared on the big screen in recent years it's mostly been in films that are just plain bad, or below his talents.

One would think for all the awards and praise he's received over the years for his role on 24, Mr. Sutherland would use the success of his series to land great roles in interesting projects. Unfortunately, he has instead appeared in films like Pompeii, Marmaduke, and Mirrors. And while it was probably an easy gig being the narrator in Twelve, shouldn't he be working on bigger and better things? Seriously, are these really best roles being offered to Mr. Sutherland?

Mr. Sutherland also isn't too picking when deciding what projects he wants to work on. The actor has appeared in a ton of crap most jury members probably don't remember, like The Cowboy Way, Eye for an Eye, and Taking Lives. These films might not be the ones you immediately go to when thinking about the actor, but that doesn't make them any less bad. In addition, Mr. Sutherland doesn't have a lot of items in his actor's toolbox, and in the prosecution's opinion, he has relied a little too much on his trademark half-whisper and intense yelling in recent years.

Mr. Sutherland was paid a ridiculous amount of money while playing Jack Bauer on 24, and the prosecution thinks the money has made him a little lazy. Let's remind him there are consequences for starring in garbage by sending him to Movie Jail, even if it's only for a couple of weeks. A slap on the wrist can only help Mr. Sutherland, and maybe after spending some time behind bars, he'll start working on more impressive projects.

The Defense: 24, Melancholia, Monsters vs Aliens, Phone Booth, Behind the Red Door, Dead Heat, To End All Wars, Ground Control, Dark City, Truth or Consequences, N.M., Freeway, A Time to Kill, The Last Days of Frankie the Fly, The Three Musketeers, A Few Good Men, Article 99, Flatliners, Flashback, 1969, Young Guns 1 & 2, The Lost Boys, Crazy Moon, Stand By Me, The Bay Boy, Max Dugan Returns

Ladies and gentlemen, the defense is fairly certain he could use "Jack Bauer, FTW!" as an argument and win this trial without breaking a sweat, but if the prosecution wants to play this game, so be it.

I'm sorry my client hasn't recently appeared in films the prosecution has liked, but he's been a little busy saving the world numerous times on 24. However, even while working on the television series Mr. Sutherland has managed to star in some pretty great films like Phone Booth and Melancholia, and he was excellent in them as well.

Some actors will always get a free pass because of their older films, regardless of the quality of their most recent work, and that's definitely the case with my client. Mr. Sutherland will always be remembered for movies like The Lost Boys and Stand By Me, not f*cking Marmaduke. The prosecution isn't saying we should ignore his crappy movies, however they certainly don't define his career, unlike some of the actors currently serving sentences in Movie Jail.

The prosecution complains about my client's acting style, but it's really something he's been doing for years, and is also one of the reasons why we love the guy. To say his skills as an actor are limited is complete bullshit in the defense's opinion, and it's not like Mr. Sutherland has been playing Jack Bauer-esque characters in all of his most recent movies either.

The prosecution is a fool if he thinks the jury is going to find Mr. Sutherland guilty of any charges. Obviously he doesn't realize how much people love The Lost Boys and 24, and I believe the jury isn't going to be pleased to see Mr. Sutherland being considered for Move Jail.

IN CLOSING...

What should we do with The Kief? Does he deserve Movie Jail, or do you think the prosecution's argument is ridiculous? Should we expect more from Mr. Sutherland, or are you happy with his most recent projects not called 24? Is Kiefer Sutherland GUILTY or NOT GUILTY?

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*The cases for and against a defendant going to Movie Jail by the author are not necessarily his views and opinions but they are some of the beliefs that one would use to effectively make an argument for both sides. Not quite a devil's advocate but you get the point. Anyways, this is all in fun so don't take it too seriously. We have a separate jail for those people called "Troll Tower" and believe me you do NOT want to go there.

WHAT SAY YOU, GUILTY OR NOT?

LAST WEEK'S VERDICT

Last week's trial was a close one, but in the end, Michelle Rodriguez was found NOT GUILTY of all charges. While there were a wide variety of opinions on Miss Rodriguez (from "Why the hell is she on trial?" to "She plays the same character every time and I'm sick of it"), most jury member did agree on one thing: she is incredibly hot. Thank your mom for your good genes Miss Rodriguez, because without them, you're ass would probably be in Movie Jail right now.

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Extra Tidbit: Who should stand trial next week? Share your suggestions for actors, directors and writers below with your verdict!
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5:05AM on 06/18/2014

Not Guilty

Not guilty due to overall body of work, misplacement of some exhibits on the wrong side of the courtroom, and to an often overlooked fact: in the Hollywood of the last 15-20 years the film industry has changed drastically, and actors need to eat and support their children just like the rest of us. Also, two vital exhibits are missing from the defense (though there are many more you're missing, as well). The most memorable:
The Confession (2011) starring Sutherland and John Hurt - a
Not guilty due to overall body of work, misplacement of some exhibits on the wrong side of the courtroom, and to an often overlooked fact: in the Hollywood of the last 15-20 years the film industry has changed drastically, and actors need to eat and support their children just like the rest of us. Also, two vital exhibits are missing from the defense (though there are many more you're missing, as well). The most memorable:
The Confession (2011) starring Sutherland and John Hurt - a groundbreaking movie made by Sutherland, which was a streaming-only production, filmed in deep-field video (which mimics 35mm graininess) and which was posted in 11-14 minute segments (for free). The movie was surprising in its content as well as its distribution method, and it was well-scripted and acted by all the players.
Trapped In Silence (1986) starring Marsha Mason and Sutherland - a made for Television (Canada) movie about a mute boy who hasn't talked in years, no one knows why, and no one thinks they can reach him until a case worker (Mason) gets him to speak and uncovers the murder he witnessed as a child, beginning him on the road to recovery. Very well acted.
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12:38AM on 06/18/2014

Not Guilty!

Bauer would just break out of your prison anyways, but yeah, he's made way too many classics to be considered guilty...
Bauer would just break out of your prison anyways, but yeah, he's made way too many classics to be considered guilty...
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9:20PM on 06/17/2014

Not Guilty

Because only a fool faults an actor for selecting roles that sound interesting but don't work out (especially when he is very young) instead of his director and ultimately the producer, who are responsible for the film's quality and the scriptwriter, who conceived the role in the first place. And face it, sometimes you just need the work.
Because only a fool faults an actor for selecting roles that sound interesting but don't work out (especially when he is very young) instead of his director and ultimately the producer, who are responsible for the film's quality and the scriptwriter, who conceived the role in the first place. And face it, sometimes you just need the work.
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2:15PM on 06/17/2014

Not Guilty

Because, you know what happens if you try to put Jack Bauer in prison, right? He'll break out and kick our asses on the way out.
Because, you know what happens if you try to put Jack Bauer in prison, right? He'll break out and kick our asses on the way out.
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11:34AM on 06/17/2014

NOT GUILTY

Let's just ignore 24 for a second and talk about film. His Athos in Three Musketeers RUINED every other actor playing the role for me... Made me hate John Malkovich's bland speaking voice in Man in the Iron Mask... Made me even think Oliver Reed was no big deal. When someone can have such a lasting effect as a literary character that you won't accept anyone else in the role, who cares if the rest of filmography is meh. Sutherland is not guilty.
Let's just ignore 24 for a second and talk about film. His Athos in Three Musketeers RUINED every other actor playing the role for me... Made me hate John Malkovich's bland speaking voice in Man in the Iron Mask... Made me even think Oliver Reed was no big deal. When someone can have such a lasting effect as a literary character that you won't accept anyone else in the role, who cares if the rest of filmography is meh. Sutherland is not guilty.
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9:25AM on 06/17/2014

Not guilty because there's absolutely no reason for him to be guilty

and I don't even watch 24.
and I don't even watch 24.
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11:43PM on 06/16/2014

Guilty for being one of the greatest characters in the history of television... And movies

Never has been guilty and never will be.
Never has been guilty and never will be.
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10:12PM on 06/16/2014

So not guilty

He has had his fair share of crap but the dude guy kick ass. The good fair out ways the bad. His performance as Jack Bauer is one of my favorite TV performances, up there with Cranston as Walter White.
I have to say Renegades is a guilty pleasure.
He has had his fair share of crap but the dude guy kick ass. The good fair out ways the bad. His performance as Jack Bauer is one of my favorite TV performances, up there with Cranston as Walter White.
I have to say Renegades is a guilty pleasure.
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9:35PM on 06/16/2014

No way

He is one of the finest actor. His father was great, he his great.

NOT GUILTY... Never...
He is one of the finest actor. His father was great, he his great.

NOT GUILTY... Never...
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9:16PM on 06/16/2014

NOT Guilty...

Although he will probably be most remembered for 24, that's only because it's the role he's perfected. It's THE career role, as Walter White is most likely Bryan Cranston's. But that doesn't mean Bauer and White are the only worthwhile things they've done. As Cranston seems to be doing, Kiefer has done very solid work outside of 24, both before and after. Very few are immune to the occasional clunker. He is one of the few who still actually manages to be able to rise above and rebound with
Although he will probably be most remembered for 24, that's only because it's the role he's perfected. It's THE career role, as Walter White is most likely Bryan Cranston's. But that doesn't mean Bauer and White are the only worthwhile things they've done. As Cranston seems to be doing, Kiefer has done very solid work outside of 24, both before and after. Very few are immune to the occasional clunker. He is one of the few who still actually manages to be able to rise above and rebound with something great. I mean, almost 30 years after Stand By Me and Lost boys, he's still got a dedicated base and much respect from his peers. How many can we truly say that about from so many of the other 80's stars? For me, it's an easy Not Guilty.
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7:06PM on 06/16/2014
Not guilty.
Not guilty.
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6:04PM on 06/16/2014

Not Guilty

Because Jack is going to bust out of jail, anyway.
Because Jack is going to bust out of jail, anyway.
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4:33PM on 06/16/2014

Not Guilty

Three Words...The Lost Boys.
Three Words...The Lost Boys.
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4:24PM on 06/16/2014

Not Guilty

No matter what crap Sutherland appears in, and for the record he's hamming it up perfectly in "Pomepii", he gets a pass for life thanks to his role in "Dark City". He's amazing in that film.

For the record, fuck '24'!
No matter what crap Sutherland appears in, and for the record he's hamming it up perfectly in "Pomepii", he gets a pass for life thanks to his role in "Dark City". He's amazing in that film.

For the record, fuck '24'!
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3:23PM on 06/16/2014
Unguilty.

Oh, and thanks for reminding me of that shithouse 'Vanishing' remake.
Unguilty.

Oh, and thanks for reminding me of that shithouse 'Vanishing' remake.
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3:10PM on 06/16/2014
Never guilty. The guy not has some awesome movies under his belt, but he's a great guy in general. No, no, and no.
Never guilty. The guy not has some awesome movies under his belt, but he's a great guy in general. No, no, and no.
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3:05PM on 06/16/2014

not guilty

Tough call. He's only been doing tv shows lately. I can't even remember the last time i saw him in a movie. Hollywood needs to do something with him though. I do miss his bad guy from photo booth.
Tough call. He's only been doing tv shows lately. I can't even remember the last time i saw him in a movie. Hollywood needs to do something with him though. I do miss his bad guy from photo booth.
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2:58PM on 06/16/2014

Easy call

The fact that you try to sneak Young Guns 2 for the defense says everything about how defenseless Sutherland is. Young Guns 2 probably the sole reason that Julia Roberts broke off their engagement.
Guiltier than General Zod!
The fact that you try to sneak Young Guns 2 for the defense says everything about how defenseless Sutherland is. Young Guns 2 probably the sole reason that Julia Roberts broke off their engagement.
Guiltier than General Zod!
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2:42PM on 06/16/2014

tough call..

I'm going to have to say guilty. Sure 24 kicks ass but recently (IMHO) the series is losing steam and I'm suffering a little JB fatigue.

However strangely i liked Mirrors and The Cowboy Way is my (no pun) guilty pleasure.
I'm going to have to say guilty. Sure 24 kicks ass but recently (IMHO) the series is losing steam and I'm suffering a little JB fatigue.

However strangely i liked Mirrors and The Cowboy Way is my (no pun) guilty pleasure.
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1:50PM on 06/16/2014

This is the first time you mention...

... a title 7 times! That's not a good idea because it makes it look like "24" is all he has. Not to mention that this is MOVIE Jail.

Playing an iconic TV character makes it hard for audiences to "see" another character the actor plays. But that's not the same as typecasting. Look at James Gandolfini and Bryan Cranston. I'm saying this because Kiefer does play a lot of his characters as if they were JACK BAUER. And even when he doesn't... Well, do you remember TOUCH? It started as a great if
... a title 7 times! That's not a good idea because it makes it look like "24" is all he has. Not to mention that this is MOVIE Jail.

Playing an iconic TV character makes it hard for audiences to "see" another character the actor plays. But that's not the same as typecasting. Look at James Gandolfini and Bryan Cranston. I'm saying this because Kiefer does play a lot of his characters as if they were JACK BAUER. And even when he doesn't... Well, do you remember TOUCH? It started as a great if cheesy show that was re-estructured in its 2nd season to be a "24" clone. It ruined the show because it became an entire different thing.

I won't vote because I haven't seen enough of him. So far, the only performances of his I've liked were in STAND BY ME and PHONE BOOTH. I loved A FEW GOOD MEN but he wasn't very memorable in it. He was the worst part of POMPEII. He wasn't the worst part of THE WILD, MIRRORS and MARMADUKE... but he didn't prevent them from sucking.
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1:06PM on 06/16/2014

Donald is Screaming like he did in the invasion of the Body Snatchers

Who suggested this Legend be put on trial? and no my reasons aren't because of him being Jack Bauer. Keifer was already a legend before that.
Who suggested this Legend be put on trial? and no my reasons aren't because of him being Jack Bauer. Keifer was already a legend before that.
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1:09PM on 06/16/2014
Actually I am pretty disappointed in people using Jack Bauer as the reason for not putting him in Jail. Give the guy better credit than that TV series.
Actually I am pretty disappointed in people using Jack Bauer as the reason for not putting him in Jail. Give the guy better credit than that TV series.
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12:13PM on 06/16/2014
Not Guilty, because reasons.
Not Guilty, because reasons.
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11:41AM on 06/16/2014
You are putting Jack Bauer on trial?! What are you, a freakin communist? I'm just gonna pretend this never happened.
You are putting Jack Bauer on trial?! What are you, a freakin communist? I'm just gonna pretend this never happened.
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10:11AM on 06/16/2014

Not guilty

Jack Bauer doesn't belong to movie jail
Jack Bauer doesn't belong to movie jail
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9:53AM on 06/16/2014
"You'll never grow old, Michael. And you'll never die... but you must feed..."
Not guilty!!!
"You'll never grow old, Michael. And you'll never die... but you must feed..."
Not guilty!!!
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9:37AM on 06/16/2014

not guilty

Easiest call ever Not guilty
Easiest call ever Not guilty
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9:14AM on 06/16/2014

Not guilty

Besides, even if you got him in jail it would only be because it was a part of some elaborate plan and he intended to be there all along. He would then earn the trust of one of the other inmates, getting some kind of information from them before breaking their neck with his legs. He would then break out and joblo.com would wind up being shut down like CTU. So, quit while you're ahead is what I'm saying. Quit while you're ahead.
Besides, even if you got him in jail it would only be because it was a part of some elaborate plan and he intended to be there all along. He would then earn the trust of one of the other inmates, getting some kind of information from them before breaking their neck with his legs. He would then break out and joblo.com would wind up being shut down like CTU. So, quit while you're ahead is what I'm saying. Quit while you're ahead.
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9:09AM on 06/16/2014
You're shitting us right? Keifer Sutherland is a hot property, he's been banging out great work his whole career. Yeah the 24 thing has kinda run its course, but he's going from TV back to film. I watched Pompeii last night and I thought he made a convincing and entertaining villain. NOT GUILTY.
You're shitting us right? Keifer Sutherland is a hot property, he's been banging out great work his whole career. Yeah the 24 thing has kinda run its course, but he's going from TV back to film. I watched Pompeii last night and I thought he made a convincing and entertaining villain. NOT GUILTY.
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9:08AM on 06/16/2014

WTF?!?

Not even close to being guilty
Not even close to being guilty
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9:00AM on 06/16/2014
INNOCENT.

Eye For An Eye and The Vanishing are in the prosecuting films? Seriously?
INNOCENT.

Eye For An Eye and The Vanishing are in the prosecuting films? Seriously?
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3:21PM on 06/16/2014
You think the 'Vanishing' remake *shouldn't* be part of the prosecution? It was pure crap.
You think the 'Vanishing' remake *shouldn't* be part of the prosecution? It was pure crap.
8:55AM on 06/16/2014

I'm on the fence with this verdict.

Keifer has had acted in some great rolls, and some shitty rolls, but I think he has more to come in the future.

Not Guilty.
Keifer has had acted in some great rolls, and some shitty rolls, but I think he has more to come in the future.

Not Guilty.
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8:54AM on 06/16/2014
Not guilty.
Not guilty.
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8:37AM on 06/16/2014

Not guilty

Not even worth sending him to prison if you found him guilty. Jack Bauer would escape in a heartbeat.
Not even worth sending him to prison if you found him guilty. Jack Bauer would escape in a heartbeat.
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8:27AM on 06/16/2014

Not Guilty

No prison and/or jail can hold Jack Bauer.
No prison and/or jail can hold Jack Bauer.
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8:27AM on 06/16/2014

Not guilty.

If there is anything wrong with Kiefer Sutherland, it's that he is so associated with playing Jack Bauer that it's hard for people to accept him as anyone else. I'd also argue that there are plenty of examples of actors who, while devoting a significant amount of time to television, and tearing it up, don't necessarily take the best movie roles. I'd also argue he's maybe the best example of nepotism since Michael Douglas. Plus, he's got one of the coolest voices in Hollywood.
If there is anything wrong with Kiefer Sutherland, it's that he is so associated with playing Jack Bauer that it's hard for people to accept him as anyone else. I'd also argue that there are plenty of examples of actors who, while devoting a significant amount of time to television, and tearing it up, don't necessarily take the best movie roles. I'd also argue he's maybe the best example of nepotism since Michael Douglas. Plus, he's got one of the coolest voices in Hollywood.
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8:34AM on 06/16/2014
His voice was very chilling and terrified in Phone Booth.
His voice was very chilling and terrified in Phone Booth.
8:18AM on 06/16/2014

Not Guilty

Whenever I hear his name now, I only think of his character on 24, yelling and screaming with a gun constantly in his hand. Yet, I look at the defense and realize he's remained quite a solid actor over his career.
Whenever I hear his name now, I only think of his character on 24, yelling and screaming with a gun constantly in his hand. Yet, I look at the defense and realize he's remained quite a solid actor over his career.
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8:17AM on 06/16/2014

Guilty

So, so guilty.
So, so guilty.
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7:59AM on 06/16/2014
Guilty. I would be on the fence but after hearing his "performance" as the new Big Boss...
Guilty. I would be on the fence but after hearing his "performance" as the new Big Boss...
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7:14AM on 06/16/2014
Are you C-R-A-Z-Y? Kiefer Sutherland is not guilty. Like, at all. So okay, his feature films, as of late, may not be that good but he gives his best performance. Sure, his role in The Sentinel may just be another generic role for action movies but he gives energy to the character. For Pompeii, we all know the volcano is going to erupt and the script isn't that good. I'd say his best is Flatliners. However, my favorite character of his is Jack Bauer. Sutherland lives and breaths as Jack Bauer.
Are you C-R-A-Z-Y? Kiefer Sutherland is not guilty. Like, at all. So okay, his feature films, as of late, may not be that good but he gives his best performance. Sure, his role in The Sentinel may just be another generic role for action movies but he gives energy to the character. For Pompeii, we all know the volcano is going to erupt and the script isn't that good. I'd say his best is Flatliners. However, my favorite character of his is Jack Bauer. Sutherland lives and breaths as Jack Bauer. Period. Not Guilty.
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7:12AM on 06/16/2014
Not guilty. I think some people look at him as a parody of himself given how much of a phenomenon 24 became and how that kind of subsided, but I think he's quite talented and did play against type very well in Dark City.
Not guilty. I think some people look at him as a parody of himself given how much of a phenomenon 24 became and how that kind of subsided, but I think he's quite talented and did play against type very well in Dark City.
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7:15AM on 06/16/2014
Dark City is very underrated.
Dark City is very underrated.
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