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ponyboy76 8/24/2009 6:48:57 AM

Yeah, I realized, I didn't put Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Ender, but I figured people would know who I was talking about. They really need to bring back the almighty EDIT button. Yo, Hanso, what kind of pie do you like?

Bottom line is that Cena is no Brama Bull, but I do enjoy watching him as a wrestler. He's not quite up there with the Rock.

LooneyBinJIm 8/24/2009 7:00:31 AM

Oh come on! How could you forget Hogan's show Thunder in Paradise? "When you mess with Thunder, you're playin with your life". LOL. Also those straight to T.V. movies Shadow Warriors.

Also Sting and Macho Man should get some honorable mention too.

hanso 8/24/2009 7:27:41 AM

It doesn't matter what my favortie pie is!!

therockdltj 8/24/2009 7:36:44 AM

i was also surprised they missed thunder in paradise which also had a few guest wrestlers like nasty boy knobbs

death4sale 8/24/2009 7:38:27 AM

Why not the Undertaker and Paul Bearer as well. They should be in the stinker column too considering they were in Suburban Commando with Hulk. I used to watch that movie a lot when I was young because there is something seriously wrong with me. But I tripped out the first time I watched it and saw that Undertaker was the bounty hunter in the movie.

The Marine sucked huge balls!!!! That didn't even remind me of any action movie from the 80s. It was worse than that. 80s action movies for me have a timeless quality. Shit, I can still watch Commando right now and have fun watching it. The Marine was just god awful. I knew it was going to be awful the moment I saw the opening credit sequence. But I kept watching hoping it might get better. Robert Patrick saved it from being the worst movie ever. I have not seen 12 Rounds yet and I probably never will.

No matter what anyone says, I liked The Condemned. I thought it was a pretty decent flick. The story maybe a rip from others like The Running Man, but I still liked it. Actually, it took everything from the Running Man even the underlying message about how people are instinctially violent creatures and love to watch men kill each other for sport. Arnold was in a prison. Stone Cold was in a prison. Pretty similar, but I still enjoyed the movie and Stone Cold got to play a bad mofo. The Condemned may not be a great movie, but it miles better than either Cena movie. At least it tried to say something about the society we live in. Cena's movies both had no point. That's why Stone Cold is on the good list.

I hope for that new Predator film, they have a team of soldiers like the first. If so, Stone Cold could be in there ala Jesse Ventura.

sinister666 8/24/2009 8:59:09 AM

 why is nobody mentioning the great paul heyman's performance in ROLLERBALL?  "It's time to play...ROLLERBALL!!!".  ALL HAIL HANSO!...SON!

invisioner 8/24/2009 9:20:40 AM

 I AGREE WITH Hanso, Not only has Dwayne done well, he has done will in ACTION, Drama, AND Comedy!

ponyboy76 8/24/2009 9:41:30 AM

IF YA SMMMMMMMMMMEEEEEEEEEELLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! What the ROCK...is...cookin!

ponyboy76 8/24/2009 9:42:01 AM

I actually liked the Condemned.

DaForce1 8/24/2009 9:49:06 AM

Can Tyler Mane get a mention for the wrestler who has had the most non-talking roles of any other wrestler? Because let's face facts, when the studios tell you to play a dumb, hulking, mute, it means you can't act.

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