Dirty Harry (1971)Had the day off, so I am trying to watch as many Cop movies as possible. A copperthon or a fuzzfest if you will. Starting with the orginal Dirty Harry, I liked it but didn't love it. Yes Eastwood is bring the Man with No Name to the streets of San Fran, and I did love the dirty 70s asthetic, but it did keep me at a distance. Maybe because I had seen all the troupes in every other cop/action movie and in Special Victims Unit, which I know I should appreciate more - Dirty Harry did it first. Though I did like the thought of Harry standing in front of the mirror each morning straightening his tie practicising - this is a 44. Magnum the most powerful handgun in the world.
Tango and Cash (1989)On paper and any type of logic this movie should not work. Yet it does and it is awesome, even if I have many many questions. Why does Jack Palance keep his pet rats in a box? How does Palance's sneaky back door to the prison acctually work, do prisoners waltz in and out or is members only? Is Terri Hatcher's club a strip club or a very popular eclectic 80s burlesque club? Anywho, Stallone and Russell have brilliant chemistry and the action is insanely fun. Plus, Russell has amazing legs in that mini skirt. 'He cut is throut from ear to ear, if you know what I mean.'
i must revisit that one. funny i wasn't fond of it 89, but with distance it becomes charming. Especially the switchup of Stallone being clean cut and Russel being borish.
The Hidden (1987)Feels a little like a 1987 precurser to Men in Black (though I know that was based on a comic book). An alien parasite is on the run and taking over humans as a disguise. It starts off with a nutty car chase, even if it does involve a plane of glass crossing the street, and Kyle MacLachlan is very etheral as an FBI agent. Overall the movie is fine, and I am glade I was able to watch a scifi on cop day.
Speed (1994)I haven't seen this movie in years, I forgot how good this is. There were moments my heart started racing, almost like watching it for the first time again. I completely fogot about the baby carriage, that was a perfect setting up your cake and still being able to eat it. Watching it in this context, I liked the way it was cop against cop and Hopper's rants were perfectly non sensicle. Brilliant.
The last time I saw this movie I decided to put it on as I was really sick with flu. It is just so brilliant it add to my one thought brain off 'fluuuu' quite a bit!
High and Low (1963, Akira Kurosawa)This is the seventh Kurosawa-Mifune film I've seen, and in every one the actor brings something new to the table. This time, he's an executive with a terrible choice to make. About halfway through the focus turns to the police helping with his case. Some terrific character acting, and every scene crafted with meticulous detail. Several breathtaking scenes. A real pleasure to watch.
I managed to eventually see this last year when I bought on DVD/ I agree that there are some really great characters and details, such a lengendary director too.
God Told Me To (1976)When I was deciding what to watch for Cop day the bit of a description I had read for this mentioned that it was about a police Detective trying to solve a string of murders committed by people who claimed that God told them to do it. It sounded like a fairly normal cop movie basically. It's not a normal cop movie.The Purge: Election Year (2016)Not really a Cop movie although Frank Grillo's character was a police Sergeant in the previous movie and returns for this one so it kinda counts. Really though what makes it worth mentioning is that I think the Purge series (maybe not the first movie as much) are some of the best examples of modern day exploitation movies. Maybe not best as in quality-wise, but Purge: Election year is a fairly low-budget movie by today's standards that incorporates over the top violence and elements of blaxploitation, nazisploitation (although neo-nazis), and horror. Maybe with Junesploitation coming to an end I was just really in the idea mood to watch this.I enjoyed this movie. Sure the Purge itself is just as dumb a premise as it was in the last two movies, but it's something you just have to accept when you decide to sit down and watch one of these movies. This is a world where somehow 12 hours of legalized murder seemed like a rational idea at some point. That aside I found the movie to be a bit of fun and I really got to like some of the characters, specifically the trio of of Joe, Marcos, and Laney.I almost feel like a bit of an asshole for giving something like the third Purge movie a pass after saying that I couldn't get into The Neon Demon, but I think it mostly just comes down to the state of mind I was in while watching each of them.
Hot Fuzz (2007)And to end the night I could not go past this movie. To me this movie is freaken perfect. Even after multipal viewings I am still finding gags. I am now very tired and am going to bed.'Its ok Andy, its just the bolognese'
Yes, get some sleep...you've earned it :)#finishingjunesploitationwitha5moviebang
Sounds like someone needs to switch off.
Fitting that an F-head that needs to go to sleep finishes his Junesploitation! odyssey watching "Hot FuZZ!" :-)
That's what the MVP does. She watches 5 movies then drops the mic. Well done this month.
No doubt - you killed it Lindsay!
Thank you again! You guys are all awesome.
You really rocked it Lindsay! Great choice to end on. I pass you a box of cornettos, you earned them :) This movie is one of my favourites. Just something to offer to you no matter how many times you see it.
Lindsay...you make me smile :). So what 5 movies tomorrow?
Thanks Gabby, every time I watch Hot Fuzz I am amazed on how good it is, also a favourite. And Mouse - I hear Witchcraft has a few sequels.
Death Warrant (1990)Cop takes job going underground in a prison. Cliches ensue.This is early Van Damme. He loses his shirt, plenty roundhouse kicks in the climax, saves the day and gets the girl.The scene with the computer is laughably dated, but it actually was really like that. Fast forward 12 years and we have the complex controls room computers, like in Bourne Identity. Amazing.
Hong-jin Na's THE WAILING (2016, 156 min.) in theaters for the first time.Junesploitation! goes out on a high with another great slow-burn South Korean horror/thriller guaranteed to split audiences. Citizens of a small rural town do brutal crimes against their loved ones and themselves for no apparent reason. The local police force is overwhelmed, and bumbling cop on the case Jong-Goo (Do Won Kwak, excellent) digs into the rumor mill gossip about a new stranger in town being responsible for the wave of crimes. Is this typical innuendo/xenophobia toward someone from another culture, or could there be something to these rumors? Because as Trump proves daily, #FeartheOthersploitation! is alive and well in 2016. As the body count rises and logical explanations fall short, things become personal for Jong-Goo when his young daughter Hyo-jin (Kim Hwan Hee) starts showing unusual behavior. Should the cop follow his instincts and take his sick daughter to the hospital, or let himself be talked into hiring a shaman by his persistent mother-in-law?Pick the best elements from "The Host," Denis Villeneuve's "Prisoner/Enemy" and an above-average Eastern culture version of a Guillermo Del Toro ghost movie (assuming there's an actual ghost in this movie... shhh! :-P), and voila! "The Wailing" plays a long game with memorable set-pieces (two words: dueling shamans) and likable, though not perfect, characters whom you can understand even as they try to do the right thing the wrong way. Any movie that can take a major trope from "Return of the Living Dead" and play it straight while also getting some hearty dark laughs deserves respect. You bet your phony I.D. that "The Wailing" gets a DING! DING! DING! DING! WINNAH! Two-and-a-half hours have seldom gone by so fast and left me more fatigued, quizzical (the final couple of scenes open the movie's ending wide open) and glad North Korea exists to give South Korean filmmakers such messed-up cinematic inspiration.
Busting (1974)Peter Hyams made my favorite buddy cop movie, Running Scared (1986), and that alone was enough to compel me to check out this, his first movie, also a buddy cop movie but with a grittier worldview. Elliott Gould and his glorious 70s mustache are teamed up with alleged murder-enthusiast Robert Blake as LA vice cops on the hunt for a dangerous drug kingpin. It's a solid movie, though the tone is very uneven which comes pretty close to derailing it every now and again. Gould and Blake are both good and have decent chemistry, but the movie needs to decide if it wants to be a comic buddy cop movie or a hardboiled procedural as it has difficulty balancing the two. Despite the shifts in tone it's still absolutely a worthwhile watch, and I'm a bit surprised it's fallen so far off the radar over the years (hooray for Kino Lorber for putting it on blu-ray so that people can still discover it). And that's another Junesploitation in the books. Thank you to everyone who participated, even if it was only once or twice. It's always great talking movies with everybody here and thanks to all of your recommendations I've probably got enough to watch to fill the next few Junesploitations. That's fantabulous. Thanks everybody!
Going by the book (2007)A lighter Korean cop film about a police officer (the always awesome Jae-yeong Jeong) who has to act as a bank robber to test a bank's preparedness, this movie allows the normally intense JYJ to be...intense within a funny premise. It's Korean, it's fun, check it out.
A fun-fun Korean movie? What are those like? :-P
Dredd (2012)A great adrenaline burst to finish off Junesploitation. Took a while to get used to Bones as a Judge, but I really enjoyed this. It's exactly what it wants to be, which is coincidentally exactly what I wanted it to be.
Tom Atkins proves that any man is leading man material! And any Bluray that has an introduction by Tom saying to enjoy the movie is the coolest, so congratulations to Arrow here, Maniac Cop. 1988 The perfect end to the month, its been fun, so many of you made me laugh this month, and some lucky people joining the Xtro club, this film had a 100% rating from all the F-Heads who watched it for the first time, everyone enjoyed it, Well done to everyone who made the whole month, I did it but a couple of times I was watching stuff in the middle of the night as time was against me but it was a blast, F-Heads rule
Junesploitation comes to an end with Michael Douglas' shades, Andy Garcia's hair, Bruce Campbell's chest and Robert Z'Dar's jaw. Black Rain (1989) & Maniac Cop (1988)Ridley Scott really loved his neon lights back in the '80s. Black Rain looks fantastic and has a great cast, Michael Douglas as the hard nosed New York veteran cop, Andy Garcia his bright eyed, fun loving partner, Ken Takakura's Toyko cop probably has the best arc of any character in the movie and the villains all feel dangerous and threatening. It's a well made, well acted by the numbers cop drama that throws up little in the way of offering something different to the genre. I finished of the month with the main event of the evening, featuring what could be considered a Junesploitation All Star cast, Bruce Campbell, Tom Atkins, Richard Roundtree, William Smith and of course the greatest jaw in Hollywood Richard Z'Dar. Maniac Cop's plot is a very complex one, there's this cop who's a maniac and kills people so needs to be stopped. It doesn't take long for things to get down to business in the first 15 minutes we have 3 separate murders, one by neck break, the second throat slashed and thrown through a car windscreen and the third drowned in wet cement. The movie is crazy, Bruce Campbell is awesome and Robert Z'Dar is all maniac. I'm just going to have to watch the 2 sequels now. Only 11 more months til the next Junesploitation. Roll on Scary Movie Month.
THE RAID (2011) and most likely THE RAID 2 (2014)The first counts more in terms of Cops...but I don't think I can do part 1 and neglect part 2. Especially when it's just sitting there giving me that stare, the one that says "you know you want to and also that it is the right thing to do -- PLAY ME."This Junesploitation, as with the others I've participated in, has been a hell of a ride. Thanks to Sir Bromley & the entire F This Movie crew, all of my fellow FHeads who have taken part, and to the movies themselves.We do this for a reason. Let's never forget what that reason is.
MANIAC COP (1988) A Jason Voorhees-type dressed as a cop is murdering his way through the city, and the real cops have to find him before he kills again. Agreed with everyone above that this is a #Junesploitation dream cast, and you have to love the sleazy, grimy New York City of Larry Cohen (who produced). The best thing about the movie is how it moves at a quick pace, so none of the many subplots overstay their welcome. PSYCHO COP (1989) This evil cop is the Freddy Krueger to Maniac Cop’s Jason Voorhees -- less physically imposing, but constantly making with the wisecracks. The plot is more of a standard slasher, as the bad guy takes out the partying college kids one by one. Other than the “he’s a cop” gimmick, there’s very little to distinguish this one. SAMURAI COP (1991) Talk about ending the month with a bang! Imagine Lethal Weapon, but with a budget of about 45 bucks. A cop with long, luscious hair (a wig in many shots, because the actor allegedly shaved his head halfway through filming) takes on the mob. We’re told “samurai” is just a nickname because of how tough he is, but then the finale makes with a martial arts swordfight, so who knows. It’s low budget incompetence at its most ridiculous, and I loved every second. Whoo, I did it! Three movies a day for a whole month, totaling SIXTY movies I’d never seen before! Where’s the Excedrin?
Good job! People are always shocked when I mention I'm attempting one movie per day.The Excedrin? It's waiting for you at the end of Witchcraft 15. June is a 35 day month for you ;)
I could only find parts 1-5 and part 9 online. Maybe next year...
Way to go Mac!
What you did this month was mad impressive!
Mr. No Legs (1979) Dir. Ricou Browning So I’m waiting for something to happen as this is playing like a pretty standard, though good, police procedural/mob/drug dealer movie and then the 1 hour mark hits and, YEP, a ninja star from the side of the wheelchair of Mr. No Legs starts the last half-hour mania! Not enough Mr. No Legs but worth the watch.
Mr. No Legs is America's Pai Mei. Damn, I need to rewatch this movie!
Dragnet (1987)A movie I remember being slightly disappointed by as a 9 year old and upon a rewatch it's easy to see why. The plot hinges around porn and satanists. I was a total square as a kid! I really enjoyed Aykroyd's straight laced Joe Friday this time around. He had great physical mannerisms and a bunch of funny uptight reaction lines. Hanks is good in anything and until the obligatory action packed ending that almost always screws up a good comedy, I really liked it.
I forgot to thank everyone last night. Especially Patrick for giving people this space for movies and Junesploitation. And also to everyone here, this month has been a ton of fun, everyone's reviews have been awesome, and my to watch list is even longer.
You rocked it!
Yeah, I began the month thinking it could be a good motivation to knock off a bunch of movies I've been meaning to see. Last day of June, and the to watch list has exploded.
Yeah my watch list is headed up by Manianic Cop and God Told me Too. So many movies so little time.And thanks Charles :).
Action Jackson (1988)I wasn't quite satisfied with this mornings movie to end the month, so I managed to squeeze one last one in between work and play. This is a perfect way to end the month. The rock/soul musics plays perfectly into the atmosphere. The fighting isn't too stylized, mostly just punches and throwing people through things, but done with a badassery that is perfect 80's COP...not to mention the one liners being thrown about. Why did Coach have to kill Sharon Stone so soon? Great "Heavy Action" movie.It's been a wonderful month. I fell a bit behind in the middle of the month, due to life-happens, but managed to catch up. Thanks to Fthismovie for hosting this event, and to Patrick for putting all the not-movie-watching time to make it happen.
Central Intelligence (2016)Sporadically entertaining but a film I'll never watch again.
RUNNING SCARED (2006, Wayne Kramer): An insane piece of work that not enough people talk about. More energy from Paul Walker than I've seen anywhere else. A truly bonkers and over-the-top Chazz Palminteri performance. Vera Farmiga battling child molesters. The thing just does not stop. SIN CITY meets SUCKER PUNCH.
The only time I thought Paul Walker was good and one of my favorite, most slept on films ever. It's so relentless as you mention. And when it shifts to THAT (child molester) stuff, you have no idea where the film can go. It could go anywhere at that point. Farminga's Jersey attitude is her at her finest. I love it.Nice "Heat" write up, btw.
I knew I could count on you, Chaybee. No one ever knows what I'm talking about when I bring up this movie. And thanks!
Running Scared is awesome - as much as I love Paul Walker's character in the F&F movies, this is by far his best performance. Bonkers fun movie.
F/X (1986 dir. Robert Mandel)A special effects artist(Bryan Brown) is recruited to fake the murder of a mob turncoat and winds up betrayed and accuse of murder. While he tries to find those responsible, a burnt-out cop (the great Brian Dennehy) tries to piece together who the real murderer is.A very fun movie to end #Junesploitation. While too long and somewhat dated(the computer scenes), it's a very novel concept and while they don't have a scene together until the end it's fun to imagine a time that Bryan Brown and Brian Dennehy could headline a major motion picture. Bonus points for having the Smucker's guy as a villain and Tom Noonan!
Stone Cold (1991, dir. Craig R. Baxley, on DVD) - First Time Viewing: Everything about this movie is great except what's under The Boz's Mullet (That mullet deserves it's own franchise). Junesploitation ended on a high note. And between this and Survival Quest I've seen two of my new favorite Lance Henriksen performances. Really fun movie (4.5 out of 5 Griers).I really enjoyed talking movies with everyone and reading everyone's reviews this month. What a treat. Is it Junesploitation 2017 yet?
Die Hard 2 (1990)Am I the only one that wants McClane to shack up with the "just the fax ma'am" woman? She seems down to party. P.S. This movie rules.
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You're damn right this rules, Riske.
I don't get the hate for this movie. I love it.
The Naked Gun (1988)Had to close out this great Junesploitation with a personal favorite. Sure not all of the jokes hold up, but it still makes me laugh like crazy. This was a fantastic month of movies! Great job to Patrick and all fellow F heads!
Die Hard (1988)My favorite movie going on 20 years now. I love every scene, every word, every movement. I think it's the first time I've watched this since Rickman's passing, it makes me somehow appreciate him more (oh goddd you're one of them, aren't you?) It's just wonderful, you guys. It's so wonderful. I was really busy this June, and only got a movie in maybe 15 days, but it was another great Monty guys! I loved reading everyone's reviews every day. Bring on scary movie month. #RIPjunesploitation2016 #thoughtsandprayers
THE BEST! #1 on my list.
Action Jackson (1988, dir. Craig R. Baxley) My favorite moment in a movie stacked to the risers with batshit crazy moments? The Double Defenestration of Sonny Landham. I echo Paul Calvert's sentiments - perfect way to end Junesploitation 2016, and I F-ing love it. I'm a bit cranky after 30 plus days of movies, mostly due to my succession of below par picks during the latter half of the month. Thanks everyone for the slew of recommendations and your consistently entertaining write-ups through it all.
WolfCop (2014)Not particularly good which might be excusable if it was fun. Unfortunately, it's not that fun.
The Incubus (1982)A pretty damn decent horror movie to cap off a great month.Another one that I had never heard of. John Cassavetes is a surgeon who's wife had died. He's still close with his daughter(a little too close). Women are getting raped to death. One has no sperm in her and another has so much sperm it couldn't possibly come from one guy. It's creepy and acted well. The Incubus is definitely worth checking out and is a nice addition to 1982.Thanks again, Patrick. Thank you everyone else for being awesome and watching all these fantastic movies. This is my third year doing this but my first where I really hit it head on. Here are my top ten of the month(all from 1982).10. The Slumber Party Massacre9. The Incubus8. Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker7. Boardinghouse6. Forbidden World5. Trick or Treats4. Tenebrae3. Xtro2. The Last Horror Film1. Superstition
Hot Fuzz (2007)Because I'm nothing if not completely predictable.
Police Story (1985, dir. Jackie Chan)First time viewing. The opening few minutes are really spectacular (including a drive/crash through a shanty town that Michael Bay would rip off for Bad Boys II) that I got my hopes up for this to be THE great Jackie Chan movie. It isn't, but it's still fun and entertaining. It's dark and violent in the beginning and then becomes silly and comic for the entire middle section with a score that's genuinely obnoxious (but maybe also awesome? I haven't decided). Jackie Chan is such a joy to watch in his prime that I was never bored. It was a good way to close out a long month.Others have already said it better, but THANK YOU to everyone who participated. I can't believe how many movies you guys watched and how much happiness it brought me to see so many of you discovering films that I love and films I can't wait to check out. I appreciate those who took part for getting into the spirit and having a blast watching crazy movies, and I'm so happy to have this house where we all get to hang out.
This is the movie that best represents Jackie's whole career, IMO. His signature, most exhausted, most simultaneously purely entertaining and comedic and upsetting.
The first and last action sequences are great; felt like a lot of filler in between. Not uncommon with the genre, I guess. Still dug it.
Have you seen Fantasy Mission Force, man?
Nope! Should I?
ASAP! What's your opinion, Chaybee?
FMF is bonkers and a ton of fun!
Hear, Hear. Thanks for all you and your family do. Houses are built strong when it's a Bromley + Friends foundation. B+F=A(wesome). Or perhaps it's P+C=F (Patrick + Community = FThisMovie). Yep, I'm a tool but an appreciative tool. Seen anything good lately?
Went with Vice Squad (1982, dir. Gary Sherman) Kind of a connective synapse between Night of the Hunter and Manhunter/Cruising. Something in the DNA of the first movie jump started the existence of the second, or it's like the presence of an old daguerrotype photo on the wall of the paterfamilias of the psychotic Charles Addams family that are the current residents of the crumbling Grey Gardens estate (what am I talking about??) The movie pitches itself pretty hysterically, but not that much is happening. Characters confront and menace each other, and run around looking for each other, but not much develops and its hard to follow. Wings Hauser wails the opening track, "Neon Slime", which I think would have been a better title.
An amazing, head-spinning month. Extra special thanks to Chaybee!! I got woozy on meds, locked horns with some of you, said things I probably shouldn't and saw lots of movies which threatened to scramble my brain. Finally getting with program and burning through Boardinghouse was a highlight. I'll have to make it throught the 2.5 hour directors' cut some day. Female Market: Imprisonment, was especially upsetting and impressive, and The Flying Luna Clipper makes me feel like I really understand the Vaporwave aesthetic a lot better. Took advantage of the month to finally finish seeing every single thing Dario Argento's ever directed, whether TV or theatrical with a string of 8 or so movies comprising everything between Phantom of the Opera and Dracula 3D. Thanks to everyone who showed incredible patience, tact, and insight, and were all so supportive of each other in this experiment promoting new experiences! Even caught some crazy new stuff. Swiss Army Man definitely seems extremely out of place at my local multiplex. Catch it while it's around. It's a bizarre, bizarre movie. Happy Junesploitation F-heads!
My MVP award goes to Neville Archambault in 13 Cameras. Keep an eye out for Natasha Lyonne in Antibirth, she deserves some kind of award, if not an Oscar, as does Michael St. Michaels for The Greasy Strangler.
Oh, and for anybody who wasn't aware, the zeitgeist defining Don't Hug Me I'm Scared also finally ended this June! If you don't know what that is, go look it up and watch it!
Murphy´s law (1986)One of the better Bronson thrillers directed by his pal J. Lee Thompson. This time he´s paired with a foulmouthed female sidekick and hunted by a psychotic female killer, played by the fine Carrie Snodgress in a role that´s quite the opposite of her warm and caring role in DePalma´s The Fury. Good action, funny dialogue, lots of screaming and the usual violence. I liked it then and I still like it now.
Policewomen (1974)Had to end junesploitation with the genuine article. This became a favorite when I first watched it a few years ago and now it's one of my comfort movies. Hokey as shit with all the choppy editing and out of focus shots you would expect, but it keeps its energy up throughout. I guess I really watch it because Jean Bell is soooo cute in it and gives a much better performance than in any of the other crap I've seen her in (TNT Jackson?!?!). Leader of the foxy lady crime syndicate Maude is played by Elizabeth Stuart who never did another movie. She is badass and sounds like she's been smoking cigarettes for breakfast since she was 9. What can I say this one is a charmer that just works. Watch it on Amazon Prime. Long live fthismovie!!!
Blue Thunder (1983)Is it just me or were movies in the 80s that tried to tackle the societal problem of racism often overtly racist (by today's standards at least)? Other than that this was actually a pretty solid Junesploitation pick as it checks off all the tropes of an 80s Cop Movie and is a lot of dumb fun. Not dumb, however, is Roy Scheider's performance - he's the fucking man as always.Roy Scheider was my favourite actor for many years as a child - this was based solely on his role as Chief Brody, because I was a stupid kid and didn't know any better. In the past few months I've been getting to some more of the highlights of his career like Sorcerer and All That Jazz and realizing that I was right to call him my favourite then and he's becoming my favourite again. The guy never phones it in. I feel like he's one of the great under-appreciated actors - he never really made it to the A-list - I guess maybe he doesn't quite have an A-list, but he gives an A-list performance every time.
"...he doesn't quite have an A-list FACE..." that is.Also, thanks to everyone for providing another treasure trove of exploitation flicks and reviews - I started off the month strong but building up to a move to a new place last weekend pretty much killed my Junesploitation - I look forward to going back and catching up on some recommendations!
Beverly Hills Cop (1984): I know I am a bit late posting this but I couldn't let Junesploitation go by without trying to squeeze in another movie. And I picked this movie whcih I really really love. It is soo well made, also fun! Good bang to go out on. I have not done too well with watching the movies this month myself but loved seeing everyones reviews. And thanks to everyone, this place is fantastic.
In the Heat of the Night. i think i finally figured out the difference between a classic and just a good movie. I have seen this picture about every 10 years, and it's like seeing a different picture every time. everytime i SEE something i missed. first seeing it as a young person i just saw the black man as the hero and everyone else as a villain, then you notice or rationalize the different shades of racisim, and this time i noticed Tibbs own arrogance blinding him to clues...cause as an investigation they basic waste a lot of time trying to pin the crime on everyone else in the picture, and it isn't until the last 10 minutes they put the pieces together. But if you watch it carefully they DO give you all the clues, so it benefits from second viewings. I do recommend seeing it every decade or so. i just added it to my google calendar for 2026
Police Story (1985) (first time viewing)Little late, but I'm OCD and had to finish out the month. Patrick said it well up above. Wasn't the best, but was never bored. I did really enjoy all the crazy action sequences. Jackie Chan was a good actor to end the month on. With all the insane stuff he's done over the years how is that man not dead yet? Because he's awesome, that's how. I'm off to bed for the next 3 months now, see you all on SMM!!