Action Point is hardly terrible but one wonders why it even received a theatrical release, for one thing it’s not all that funny of a comedy and second, Johnny Knoxville isn’t much of a draw nowadays, especially in the lead.
Supergirl might not be some misunderstood movies of the 1980s and indeed it is at times pretty awful, particularly in terms of the cheap production design, bad dialogue and nonsensical moments, and yet the movie has its charms, most notably Helen Slater.
It’s rather amazing Supernatural has made through 13 seasons with the fourteenth coming. It’s never quite been my cup of tea but certainly has some entertaining moments thanks to the two leads in Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles.
Diamonds of Kilimanjaro is a poorly made yet still incredibly captivating for how bad the movie was with some questionable acting and the cheap production value, at least the ladies don’t look too bad.
Autumn in New York is your run-of-the-mill romance-drama that you’ve seen before and has been done over the years since and although both Richard Gere and Winona Ryder give solid performances, neither shared great chemistry with the other.
The Walking Dead never was must-watch television for me and going on eight seasons, although it is certainly entertaining and engaging, I can’t say I’ll really watch it live nor do I find myself deeply invested with these characters, though the acting generally is strong.
Blast is a dumb 1997 action-thriller that had the potential to be the right kind of ‘bad’ movie and instead it was just plain bad, from the poor acting, the terrible writing (both in terms of story and dialogue) to the direction.
Bleeding Steel is one of the more perplexing movies I’ve come across in the last couple of years, one that is rife for anyone to riff amongst friends or, if you’re a Jackie Chan fan, does have some decent fight choreography.
Upgrade was one of the better surprise sci-fi movies of 2018 and although I can’t rank it up there with the sometimes equally disturbing, and cautionary, Ex Machina, I still enjoyed the hell out of it and by Logan Marshall-Green’s performance.
First Reformed might be a technically well made drama, and Ethan Hawke does turn in an amazing performance, but I never found the story all that enthralling and in fact some of the scenes were unintentionally funny.