Occupation was a surprisingly decent enough sci-fi/thriller that should entertain any fan of B-level type of movies and the film itself does feature some respectable enough visual effects and an entertaining enough story.
Supergirl: Season 3 is a solid year for the Girl of Steel and features a fine performance from star Melissa Benoist who absolutely owns the role. The writing, however, still is weak though some of the actual storylines were decent and had some cool villains.
The Day of the Jackal is one of my favorite suspense-thrillers from the 1970s, alongside classics like The French Connection and The Conversation, and features a wonderful performance from Edward Fox in the titular role.
While I don’t really have a problem with CBS and their reboot of Hawaii Five-0 but MacGyver is one that really doesn’t work both in terms of its style and the performances, most notable Lucas Till who just doesn’t look quite right in the role.
Scooby-Doo and the Gourmet Ghost is a fun enough direct-to-video adventure from Mystery Inc. and even though the plot and culprit is as predictable as ever, still makes for a good way to spend an hour plus.
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.
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.