The 1990s were a very strange decade for Sylvester Stallone, a decade characterized by soaring highs and crushing lows.
He started everything with the gloom Rocky DRAW and follow it up with the even worse duo Oscar and Stop! Or my mother will shoot, before making a spectacular recovery soon after with his one-of-a-kind punch Cliffhanger and Demolition Man.
Judge Dredd hard failure, Killer criticized by critics, Daylight was a small successand he delivered one of his best performances ever in Cop Land, rounding things up before the millennium with hit animation Antz.
Caught right in the middle is Experts, which captures the inconsistency of the Stallone decade in microcosm. The action-thriller earned $170 million at the box office on a $45 million budget, but was ultimately torn by critics when it earned five Razzie nominations, all while the single ended Gloria Estefan’s compilation “Turn the Beat Around” was certified Gold in the United States after shipping more than 500,000 copies.
Experts has a very strange place in Stallone’s comeback catalog as it’s an undeniably horrible movie, but one that makes a lot of money and offers a compelling theme song for a good law. On top of that, it appears to be finding a new deal of life on Netflix after finding a spot on the platform’s most-watched list, according to FlixPatrol.
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