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No Escape (1994)

Directed by Martin Campbell, this futuristic prison flick comes at you as a big scale entertainment that is a cross between a jungle warfare movie, Papillon and Escape From New York. […]

Uncommon Valor (1983)

Well before Chuck Norris’ Braddock and Sly Stallone’s Rambo decided to go back to Vietnam and rescue the men left behind in POW camps ten years after the United States […]

Springtime In The Sierras (1947)

With a whole lot of comic relief from Andy Devine and harmony singing from The Sons of the Pioneers, cowboy icon Roy Rogers tracks down a gang of poachers in […]

The Mercenary (1968)

aka The Professional Gun Long before Jack Palance joined Kurt Russell and Sylvester Stallone in the 1989 action hit, Tango and Cash, that saw the two muscle bound heroes walk […]

Get Carter (1971) and Get Carter (2000)

Is Michael Caine’s version of Get Carter taken from the Ted Lewis novel a British classic of the gangster genre? I’m not much for labelling but I will say it gets […]

Chato’s Land (1972)

“Back off Lawman.” This after a racially charged slur and threat from a frontier town sheriff towards the “half-breed” Chato as he stands in front of a bar keep looking […]

Tango and Cash (1989)

“If it isn’t Tango, it’s Cash. Tango and Cash. Cash and Tango. These two cops are driving me crazy.” Now that you’ve read that line, close your eyes and repeat […]

Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)

The pinnacle title in the career of Chuck Norris is a very easy mark for fun and games and while I may do just that, consider it a form of […]

Red Scorpion (1988)

“An instrument of war. A perfect killing machine.” A quote like that can come from practically any film of the action genre post Rambo’s 1982 debut in the film First […]

Kindergarten Cop (1990)

I revisited this poke at the Arnold image recently for the first time in many years and while I got a good laugh and chuckle in the intended places I […]

Victory (1981)

Legendary director John Huston has been associated with many of Hollywood’s greatest icons. Bogie being the most prevalent. Connery, Duke, Mitchum. Gable and Monroe’s final film. So for those not […]

Fifty / Fifty (1992)

If you know anything about Cannon Films who produced countless action films for both the theater and the straight to video age then you know the productions wavered between the […]

Boxing Day Brawlers and Bruisers

The Man With the Perfect Face…….Robert Taylor in The Crowd Roars If ever an actor looked the part of a real life fighter it’s gotta be Bronson. Kirk Douglas as […]

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