The Dallas Connection is another Sidaris movie that doesn’t really stand out over the rest, though having recently also watched Enemy Gold, does have a more competent plot, take that for what it’s worth, and Julie Strain is beautiful as ever.
Hard Hunted is pretty much in-line with the others in this series, especially the last couple, mostly that the cheesy and camp does not outweigh some of the duller moments that keeps it out of good-bad territory.
Do or Die is just another poorly made action-adventure film from Andy Sidaris and while yes most of it is rather bad, I did have a little fun watching and can imagine this would make for a great MST3K night with a bunch of friends.
Guns is a ridiculous movie for sure (both in the good and bad way) with an overly complicated and meandering plot alongside some truly bad performances and terrible dialogue, but the movie did at least get me to laugh.
Savage Beach is kind of a run-of-the-mill low budget action movie and I do wonder if Sidaris knew he had a rather ho-hum picture so he upped the T&A quantity which is not nearly enough to make this entertaining.
You pretty much know what you’re getting out of an Andy Sedaris movie and that’s plenty of T&A alongside a patched together plot with some fairly bad performances. That said, while Picasso Trigger had a few dull moments, there was some fun entertainment.
Hard Ticket to Hawaii is the definition of so bad, it’s good and whether Andy Sidaris was in on the joke, who knows, but this was a lot of fun to watch, but make no mistake, there were times it was brutal.