I had this goofy Physics teacher in high school who was like 6'3 who loved Dokken. I thought they'd rock harder, like the first Dio album, but it's mostly glam metal central.
I forgot these I also watched:
Trapped-Kevin Bacon, Courtney Love (!) and Pruitt TV kidnap Dakota Fanning for ransom from Charlize Theron and some British guy and will kill her if they don't get the money. It's mostly split between three locations: Bacon/Theron (the best), Pruitt and Dakota (fine) and British guy/Love (not good), but is entertaining enough until another absurd final act that involves such craziness as a helicopter landing on a highway.
Argo-so I didn't know the whole story while watching this, but was definitely thinking, "hm, I bet that wasn't such a close-call in real life at the end there" Turns out the real story is a bit different. lol@downplayed Canadian involvement. Anyway, thank god for Goodman and Arkin in this because otherwise it would be worthless. Affleck's character is pretty insanely underdeveloped and non-acted.
The Girl on the Train-alcoholic ex-wife watches her ex-husband through train windows every day, but then notices the woman next door necking with someone who's not her husband, then one night she gets drunk and follows the new wife through the forrest, but then the other woman winds up dead, and she becomes a suspect, so she has to figure everything out. This is another crazy woman movie like Gone Girl, with a disappointing ending, but it's well-acted enough I suppose.