The films of John Cena, rank

After a blast in 2021 that included big co-star turns The Suicide Squad, holiday friends, and the ninth entry the Fast & Furious franchise saw John Cena show off his on-screen versatility and flex his dramatic muscles in 2022 The Independenthoning his comedic skills the bubble, and effortlessly combine both talents peacemaker.

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Tie: Fred: The Movie, Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred & Fred 3: Camp Fred

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Psycho: The Movie

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Pour: James Roday Rodriguez, Dulé Hill, Timothy Omundson and Maggie Lawson
Director: Steve Franks
Duration: 88 minutes
Valuation: N / A
Rotten tomatoes

After initially appeared on psych as part of the branding synergy given WWE’s longstanding relationship with USA Networks and Cena’s popularity in general (as well as Cena’s casting). marine villain Robert Patrick as the antagonist of the episode). psych Fans would concede that Cena’s cameo in Psycho: The Movie was an upgrade for his somewhat sleepwalking guest appearance on the series. With this attitude Psycho: The Movie is quite a fun time with many callbacks to the series and a fitting vehicle to once again showcase the infectious comedic chemistry between Dulé Hill and James Roday Rodriguez.

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The Independent

Thank you, Amy Rice, for the opportunity to collaborate and learn from Brian Cox, Jodie Turner-Smith, Ann Dowd, Luke Kirby, and many others on this project. The Independent is streaming NOW on @peacock!


Twitter: @JohnCena

Pour: Jodie Turner Smith, Brian Cox, Luke Kirby and John Cena
Director: amy rice
Duration: 108 minutes
Valuation: R
Rotten tomatoes

A political thriller that caught Peacock just in time for the 2022 midterm elections, The Independent is in a pretty difficult position as a film. Despite strong performances, particularly from Jodie Turner-Smith, Brian Cox and John Cena, and a solid central concept in the game, the political thriller isn’t nearly as clever as it needs to be to be truly dramatically appealing, or ask us what we would do in such a moral dilemma. It is not difficult to analyze the temporal analogies made by The Independent in our own political climate, but the hook needed to really keep people engaged and guessing is nowhere to be found.

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