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[ACT] Your last movie?
The Arrow 1997 (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118641/)
Cold War goodness but a sad part of Canadian history that lept NASA into gear.


Black Widow
Meh.
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Triple feature

First up is Jolt (2021) Kate Beckinsale and some people who just distract from Kate Beckinsale
A silly premise, some decent action scenes, and Kate Beckinsale.

Next is Blood Red Sky (2021) Peri Baumeister, Dominic Purcell, Carl Anton Koch, Kais Setti
With a runtime of two hours, it probably could have used about a twenty minute trim. Still, not a god-awful movie. Got much better after turning off the English dub audio and went to the original German with English subtitles.

Finishing with Train to Buson (2016)
Already commented on, but after German vampires on a plane, South Korean zombies on a train seemed an appropriate follow-up.
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Hell Comes to Frogtown (1988) "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Sandahl Bergman, Rory Calhoun

It's no They Live (1988).
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Galaxy of Terror (1981) Edward Albert, Erin "Loves Chachi" Moran, Ray "Uncle Martin" Walston, Robert "I'm a good alien lizard. Really" Englund, Sid Mother F-in' HAIG, baby!

How I imagine they got Ray Walston: "I'd love to work with Eddie Albert." Arrives on set: "Oh. Edward Albert."
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Deathsport (1978) David Carradine, Claudia "Queen of the B Movies" Jennings, Richard Lynch

One of Claudia's last performances before her death in an automobile accident. Not one of Carradine's last with Roger Corman.
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Future Fear (1996) Jeff Wincott, Maria Ford, Stacy Keach

A typical Roger Corman-produced, '90s sci-fi B-movie full of its self-importance and made worse by the awful '90s soundtrack.
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The Suicide Squad (2021) - A shaky 3 stars

Wrath of Man (2021) - solid 3 stars
both left me feeling 'meh.'



Side-Out (1990) - Nostalgic fun. Feels like a MTV movie (MuchMusic in Canada). Beach volleyball is a love of mine even though I can't play anymore. 4 stars. Maybe 4.5. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0100613/
I loved this movie.
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(08-13-2021, 12:51 PM)Kersus Wrote: Wrath of Man (2021) - solid 3 stars
... left me feeling 'meh.'

What? No love for Guy Ritchie? The man who brought us Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels; Snatch; and Robert Downey, Jr. as Sherlock Holmes? Or Superman (*cough*) as Napoleon Solo? Not to mention the up-coming live-action Aladdin 2?
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Willy's Wonderland (2021) Nicholas Cage, Emily Tosta, Beth Grant

♫It's your birthday
And we want you to have fun ♩
♪It's your birthday
So let's party everyone♬


And what a party it is.
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Prisoners of the Lost Universe (1983) Richard Hatch, Kay Lenz, John Saxon

Terry Marcel and Harry Robertson's follow-up to Hawk the Slayer with Sci-Fi trappings of the main characters being transported to a parallel universe.

Fun Fact: Filmed in South Africa during the height of Apartheid.
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