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Charlie Sheen film reviews


Charlie Sheen

American actor

Born
03 September 1965
in New York CityNew YorkUnited States


1984

Red Dawn

as Matt Eckert

1492: Conquest of Paradise 1984

Cuban and Russian forces land in small town in Colorado. While the national defence collapses the group of teenagers turn into partisans to fight the occupants and save their families.

1986

Platoon

as Chris

1492: Conquest of Paradise 1986

Young recruit sent to Vietnam learns that the war isn’t the idealistic battle of good and evil - it is battle between evil and evil.

1989-1998

Major League

as Ricky Vaughn

1492: Conquest of Paradise 1989

New owner of Cleveland Indians does everything she can to sell the team, but she won’t be able to if they will win the title. So, she does everything she can to make them lose, even if it means hiring the players least likely to suceed in professional baseball.

1991-1993

Hot Shots!

as Topper Harley

1492: Conquest of Paradise 1991

Parody of war movies and adventure flicks (like Top Gun, Rambo 2, Commando) kept in the format close to Airplane! series.

1996-2001

Spin City

as Charlie Crawford

1492: Conquest of Paradise 1996

Mike Flaherty is the Deputy Mayor of New York which isn’t as simple job as it may seem, especially when you have boss like Mayor Randall M. Winston, who commits one blunder after another.

2000-2013

Scary Movie

as Tom Logan

1492: Conquest of Paradise 2000

Series of horror parody movies - the creators spoofed all the most popular horror movies and thrillers of their times.

2003-2012

Two and a Half Men

as Charlie Harper

1492: Conquest of Paradise 2003

After divorce Alan is forced to move to beach house of his irresponsible brother Charlie. But together with him his teenage son moves in, which changes lives of both of them.

2012-2013

Anger Management

as Charlie Goodson

1492: Conquest of Paradise 2012

Former baseball player is running anger management counseling, but he also has the same problem as his patients.




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