Roxanne is a wonderfully breezy romantic-comedy that one can’t help but smile from beginning to end, mostly because of Steve Martin’s understated but still fulfilling performance alongside a nice supporting cast.
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.
NASA: A Journey Through Space is a disappointing and frankly amateurish documentary series that merely utilizes public domain archive footage and sound bites rather than putting in the work and conduct actual interviews.
Space Station is a fascinating and up-close look at the ISS and although it’s not terribly in-depth and likely was an amazing experience seeing it in an IMAX theater and in 3D, this is still worth checking out.
I really hate Sharknado and its popularity giving green light to so many terrible copycats that tried to be as tongue-in-cheek but miserably failed. Here we get six of these awful movies that only masochists could truly enjoy.
Doubtful many remember either one of these movies which were released in the mid-90s and probably for good reason. Despite respectable casts, Body Count especially, the stories were generally messy and worse yet, not very memorable.
I’m unsure exactly why anyone would want to buy Anaconda on Blu-ray, especially this being a double dip for Mill Creek, unless you fall into the category of finding this to be some sort of classic so bad its good kind of flick.
Excess Baggage is one of those forgettable, borderline entertaining films from the 1990s though at least Alicia Silverstone and Benicio Del Toro displayed some charm, but not nearly enough to overcome a lame story.
Becoming Evil: Serial Killers isn’t all that well put together documentary series, in fact comes across as a bit cheap, but with the explosion of true crime that has elevated Investigative Discovery, A&E and Lifetime.
There are some decent enough films within this Cold War Thrillers Collection and actually for the price, right now it’s <$10 online, it’s probably worth picking up especially if you enjoy 1960s-era thrillers.
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.