Tag Archives: action

No Holds Barred

No Holds Barred is nothing if not a spectacle. But really, isn’t the couch the ideal setting for the WWE armchair athlete to watch? The answer must be “yes,” since No Holds Barred tanked in theaters, along with Hulk Hogan’s hopes for a big-screen career. A cult following has failed to build around the movie


The Stath plays ex-DEA agent Phil Broker, who when we first meet him, dons a Bad Wig Hall of Fame-worthy mullet for undercover work busting a Sons of Anarchy-esque biker gang / drug ring that ends in tragedy.    Two years later, Broker is experiencing grief himself as a new widower. He and his 9-year-old


A very lanky and pale Liam Neeson (The Grey) portrays Peyton Westlake, a scientist working on creating synthetic skin, but can’t get it to last beyond 99 minutes. When his girlfriend (Moonrise Kingdom‘s Frances McDormand, who appears in a brand-new interview on the disc) stumbles onto a secret memo she shouldn’t have, corporate goons destroy

Escape Plan

The world of 2013, however, is a mighty different landscape; Escape Plan bombed. That’s too bad, because it’s pretty good for what it sets out to be: a big, dumb action movie, in the style of its stars’ big, dumb bread-and-butter recipe of yesteryear.  Stallone’s Breslin works as a security expert hired to go undercover

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