Sometimes visiting 2013 is a cozier watch
More and more these days a search for something to enjoy on Netflix leads the the top 10 list and what others are watching and, recommending to their friends. Cause, after all, how does a movie from three, five or even eight years ago get into the top 10 or even the top 5?
You’d think it’d be not only people randomly landing on a slightly older film and checking it out for kicks, but also, after watching that they’d pass the idea along in social media or to friends “at the water cooler” that no longer exists, right?
Whatever the mysterious way that it happens, the result at the moment is this credible, decent romantic action film with James Franco and Jason Statham has ascended to nearly the top spot, at #2 as of this writing.
That’s pretty incredible, considering it was released in around 2013. I suppose it goes to show that they just don’t make ’em like they used to. Check out the trailer and see what you think.
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