Michael Jordan, Bo Jackson and Wayne Gretzky teamed up in 1991 to form the ProStars, who helped kids in need and used their sports skills and an assortment of gadgets to battle various supervillains.
For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach, Chris and Chris Ali watch one of the greatest (or possibly the greatest) action movies of all time, Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Recreating Rebel Without a Cause with Keanu Reeves in the James Dean role, “Rush Rush” was another huge hit for Paula Abdul in 1991, staying at #1 for five weeks.
For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach and Chris join The Boz into the dangerous world of evil 90’s biker gangs with 1991’s Stone Cold.
The credits song for The Boz’s debut action movie, Stone Cold, “Dangerous” featured the original 1970’s Doobie Brothers lineup, who had reunited in 1987 for a charity tour and a successful new album, Cycles (Although “Dangerous” is off the less successful Brotherhood album).
Among the many things that happen in September, one of the big ones is the start of football season and, inspired by that, we’re watching the debut movie of arguably the greatest football player turned action star, Brian Bosworth, with 1991’s Stone Cold.
In the parallel universe of the Aniverse, Captain Bucky O’Hare and his crew fight the evil Toad Empire in the cult classic cartoon from 1991.
Of all the R rated movies that inexplicably got kid friendly cartoons, Troma’s Toxic Avenger might be the strangest as Toxie got a crew of fellow radioactive mutants and set out to save the environment against the evil Dr. Killemoff in Toxic Crusaders.
LAPD officer Chris Kenner, raised in Japan and trained in martial arts, is paired up with fellow LAPD martial artist Johnny Murata as they investigate the activities of the yakuza in LA’s Little Tokyo district.
When their prep school is taken over by terrorists, Billy Tepper and his trouble-making friends have to use their skills to try and get intel to the authorities and keep everyone alive.