Action-Adventure Trigger Warning (Jessica Alba,Mark Webber, Anthony Michael Hall)

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Havent seen a Thread for it, if there is one...im sorry.
A bit surprised since i thought the trailer looked neat.

 
wow I have not seen Alba kick that much ass since Dark Angel!
 
Sometimes it just seems unfair that some people age so amazingly well.
 
Well, this was fairly crappy. And my previous Netflix watch was the also crappy Atlas. I'm two for two. :bigfrown:
 
Alba looks great older... this movie, however?

 
I was looking forward to watching this but its got a CRAP audience score on RT. Is it that bad? The trailer looked so badass.
 
Is it that bad?
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Let's be real here, it's not like Jessica Alba is known for being in good movies. :o
 
Dont get me wrong i wasnt expecting this to be GOOD. But it looked like kind of a Extraction level saturday night B action movie. Oh well.
 
Often, these types of movies have a fairly generic main plot. But sometimes, the overall effort is elevated because, say, the B plot is creative. Or… the performances are good/quirky/fun. Or… the action/fight choreography/car chases/etc. are well done. Unfortunately, Trigger Warning is weak in pretty much every department.
 
Well, this was fairly crappy. And my previous Netflix watch was the also crappy Atlas. I'm two for two. :bigfrown:
This is why I'm not really that excited when I hear about a new Netflix film.

Late 2022, I tried to watch their original/exclusive films and I cannot recall most of them anymore. Extraction was one of them and I still haven't seen Extraction 2 out of disinterest.
 
Not all Netflix movies can be Under Paris.
 
This is why I'm not really that excited when I hear about a new Netflix film.

Late 2022, I tried to watch their original/exclusive films and I cannot recall most of them anymore. Extraction was one of them and I still haven't seen Extraction 2 out of disinterest.

See here's the thing, I've actually grown to appreciate Netflix more these days as this sort of Saturday Night B movie depository. And I think Netflix is basically owning the fact that thats what they are, they made disposable B movies with A list talent. Once in a while they churn out an actual quality FILM but their brand has become mostly schlocky popcorn entertainment that will at least entertain you for a weekend.
 

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