Let’s step back into 1991 to talk about an awesome little ‘Die Hard’ knock-off for teens called TOY SOLDIERS starring Sean Astin, Wil Wheaton, and Louis Gossett Jr.!
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”!
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.
In this episode of the Top-10 I’m diving into an action star that’s five decades in the game. He’s been the villain. He’s been the hero. He’s been in large blockbusters and small straight-to-video hits, and he is Dolph Lundgren.
Nicolas Cage burst onto the worldwide scene in 1996’s The Rock. But in the summer of 1997 he would star in two blockbuster movies that for a brief time, made Cage the KING of the global box-office.