Liam Neeson is back for revenge in Cold Pursuit, looking to take down the drug kingpin who ordered his son killed but things here are a lot quirkier and darkly humorous than your typical Neeson revenge thriller.
For the first commentary of 2019, Zach and Chris watched 1990’s Dolph Lundgren classic, I Come in Peace aka Dark Angel
Blackjack became a part of IMDB’s new streaming service Freedive so it’s free but there are ads, which messes up our plans to watch it for this month’s commentary so we’re pulling an audible and watching another Dolph classic instead, 1990’s I Come In Peace aka Dark Angel.
A $3 million high tech crime fighting motorcycle, Street Hawk took on crime with former motorcycle cop Jesse Mach (Rex Smith) at the helm, taking on a drug dealing Christopher Lloyd in the first episode.
Bruce Willis stars as LA private eye Steve Ford, who is out to rescue his kidnapped dog Buddy from a local drug dealer in the upcoming action/comedy, Once Upon a Time in Venice.
Bo, a talented street magician, turns out to have actual super powers and has to use them to rescue his little sister when local drug dealer Angelo (Dule Hill) kidnaps her in retaliation for Bo trying to leave his crew.
When his son is kidnapped by a drug dealer he ripped off, cop Vincent Downs (Foxx) has to do whatever it takes to get his son back in next year’s thriller, Sleepless, a remake of French thriller Sleepless Night aka Nuit Blanche.
When his wife is murdered for seemingly no reason and the person responsible walks free, former spec ops operative Stanley Hill takes the law into his own hands to get vengeance.
Seagal is essentially a doughier Punisher in Code of Honor, where’s he a former special ops colonel who takes the law into his own hands when his family is gunned down during a drive by shooting.
Funded entirely by themselves, husband and wife team Guy and Dana Patton deliver an homage to movies like Death Wish with the vigilante movie, Pearl.