Well, this is sort of right as these are the last ones that aren’t James Bond movies. Some of them weren’t what I expected such as Election that was pretty dark and despite its bad reviews, I liked Jonah Hex. The more serious and dramatic movies of If Beale Street Could Talk and Flight had great scenes and overall worthy movies. Bill & Ted Face the Music and Peter Rabbit 2 were the fun movies and might be asking yourself why am I watching this.
Jonah Hex (2010) is about a bounty hunter who has to kill the enemy in order to become free. Seeing Josh Brolin (Hex) and John Malkovich (Turnbull) try to destroy each other is nothing less than great. It is rated PG-13 and is one hour and 21 minutes.
Election (1999) is about a high school teacher dealing with a conniving student named Tracy Flick. Matthew Broderick plays Jim McAllister and Reese Witherspoon plays Fick. It is rated R and is one hour and 43 minutes.
If Beale Street Could Talk (2018) is about a young couple dealing with the legal system in the U.S. while trying to prove Fonny’s innocence. Kiki Layne plays Tish and Stephan James plays Fonny. There’s a reason why Regina King won Best Supporting Actress Oscar as Tish’s mother. It is rated R and is one hour and 59 minutes.
Peter Rabbit 2 (2021) is about Peter Rabbit proving he is not a troublemaker to his human and four legged friends. James Corden is the voice of Peter Rabbit while Rose Byrne plays Bea and Domhnall Gleeson plays McGregor. It is rated PG and is one hour and 33 minutes.
Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020) is about two middle-aged fathers trying to save the world. Keanu Reeves plays Ted and Alex Winter plays Bill. It is rated PG-13 and is one hour and 31 minutes.
Flight (2012) is about a pilot that lands a malfunctioning plane that leads to an investigation. Denzel Washington plays Whip Whitaker and Don Cheadle plays as Hugh Lang. It is rated R and is two hours and 18 minutes.