Tagged: Line Of Duty

Well the Best list is out, now let’s take a look at ten films that were real spuds in 2020.

10. THE EMPTY MAN

The horror film that went nowhere. A promising start but then the film is just confusing an ultimately over stayed its welcome.

9. DOLITTLE

Even Robert Downey Jnr couldn’t stop this remake from making a snooze-fest. It also featured one of the most under-whelming action sequences ever.

8. THE HUNT

I expected something amazing and ended up with a film that I had to force myself to sit through.

7. LIKE A BOSS

Predictable from start to finish.

6. INVASION PLANET EARTH

Some low budget sci-fis work and some don’t. This one certainly didn’t.

5. AFTER WE COLLIDED

They tried to spice up the franchise with more sex… now there was more sex and nothing else.

4. LINE OF DUTY

A great idea but failed miserably due to some bad filmmaking – including an exhaust on an electric car.

3. STRANGERS TO THE WORLD

Dull and boring from start to finish.

2. SIBERIA

I don’t mind an artistic film but this got so artistic that in the end it didn’t make sense.

1. GEMINI MAN

This was one of my most eagerly anticipated films of 2020, but boy did it disappoint me. One of the worst films I have ever seen.

 

Summary: When a disgraced Police Officer accidentally kills a suspect in a kidnapping case it is up to him and a young blogger to try and find the kidnap victim before it is too late.

Year: 2019

Australian Cinema Release Date: TBA

Thailand Cinema Release Date: TBA

Australian VOD Release Date: 13th May 2020

Country: UK, USA

Director: Steven C. Miller

Screenwriter: Jeremy Drysdale

Cast: Elijah M. Cooper (D’Brickshaw D’Martin), Courtney Eaton (Ava Brooks), Aaron Eckhart (Frank Penny), Giancarlo Esposito (Volk), Lindsay Garrett (Walter), James Hutchison III (Max Keller), Betsy Landin (Maya Prinz), Jessica Lu (Clover), Mason McCulley (Fletch), Ben McKenzie (Dean Keller), Dina Meyer (Ruth Carter), Gary Peebles (Bunny), David Shae (Telescope), Nikola Shreli (Hendrix), Nishelle Williams (Claudia)

Running Time: 98 mins

Classification: TBC

 

 

OUR LINE OF DUTY REVIEWS & RATINGS:

 

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IMDB Rating:

Line of Duty (2019) on IMDb

 

Other Subculture Entertainment Line Of Duty Reviews:

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KYLE McGRATH

Kyle

Kyle McGrath is a life-long film and television fan who has an encyclopedic knowledge of films. Kyle loves all kinds of films but is an expert when it comes to cult cinema and action films. He has also worked as a video game reviewer.

Over the years Kyle has had a number of roles in the media world from a production assistant at Melbourne Channel 31 television station and an executive producer on the popular X-Wired television show. Currently he works not only as a film reviewer for Subculture Entertainment but also for The Popcorn Experience podcast. He also writes reviews for HEAVY Mag and hosts a popular video games podcast for them.

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