Rogue Espionage Thrills in Safe House

By Rachel Abrams Based on early Friday box office grosses, Universal's "Safe House" may come as both the weekend's biggest winner and its biggest surprise. BO watchers expect the Daniel Espinosa-helmed pic to earn between $13 million and $15 million

Dear Ryan Reynolds, I still think of you as Van Wylder. I don't really know why, because it's been ten years since that movie came out, and I'm not actually sure I ever saw it.

Fans of espionage thrillers (a la The Bourne fill-in-the-blank noun) will feel right at home with Safe House. This movie puts Ryan Reynolds in the protagonist role of Matt Weston, a wet-behind-the-ears CIA agent entrusted with the duty of interrogating

Safe House premiere at the SVA Theater on February 7, 2012 in New York City.2012 Getty Images Print Email Share Comments Recommend Tweet Panamanian actor and musician Ruben Blades says he is excited to be back in Hollywood with his latest film,

"Safe House" is a pairing of favorite hotties. One for the 30-something set (Ryan Reynolds) and one for the 40-something set (Denzel Washington doing a Bourne knock off). It has the level of acting you'd expect from the two of them.