To protect her incarcerated brother from a prison gang, a truck driver will reluctantly agree to smuggle illicit cargo, unaware that FBI investigators are closing in on her. But when this cargo on her truck ends up being a little girl wrapped-up in a human-trafficking ring, her morals will be put to the test.
On the eve of the pandemic two complete strangers June (Holmes) and Charlie (Sturgess) end up at the same double-booked New York Airbnb. Junes in an unhealthy relationship. Charlies still scarred from recently coming out of one. And while alone on lockdown they get to know one another and realize what they’ve been looking for is potentially right there between them.
Let’s take a step back to the 90’s and dive into 5 action comedies from the decade that deliver great laughs, charming action, and plenty of adventure that many people have forgotten about over the years!
In a desolate region of inland California, ranch-owning siblings OJ (Kaluuya) and Emerald (Palmer) discover something extraordinary in the skies and set out to capture it on film.
Let’s take a trip back to ’98 when a new action star would shoot his way into Hollywood in a sleek little actioner called “The Replacement Killers”!
Nearing the end of the list, I have another episode of my Top-100 Movies from the 1980’s, and films #30-21 deliver a touch of everything the decade at the cinema would come to be known for!
When the CIA needs a mission completed off-the-books, they turn to a small group of operatives known as Gray Men. When the most skilled of the group, Sierra Six, accidentally uncovers a sleuth of agency secrets, another psychopathic operative of a different form is hired to acquire him and his information. Dead or alive.
A fading CIA intelligence officer broken down from her life in the field and left with little money at the expense of her vices, is given one last mission to recruit an asset connected to a Saudi Royal Family. An operation that will test her already fractured mental state.
Lets take a look back at a fun mid-90’s action thriller perfect for the summer season, ‘DROP ZONE’ from 1994 where Wesley Snipes rides into the world of skydiving!
Today we’re taking a look back at a solid river thriller from 1993 starring Bruce Willis called STRIKING DISTANCE from director Rowdy Herrington.