Someone Behind the Door

Always check behind the door.

If you’re not careful, you have no idea who might be lurking back there.

Could be an amnesiac Charles Bronson, troubled by shattered memories, yet blessed with a mustache sharp enough to cut you without touching you.

Or maybe Anthony Perkins, looking slightly less troubled than he did as Norman Bates — but just slightly — as a doctor hell-bent on using his skills to shape his new patient into a killing machine.

Stylish and compelling, if not always believable, it’ll take your mind off what bothers you faster than all the Ibuprofen in the medicine cabinet.

Jackie Chan’s Who am I?

Fear the foot.

This fast ‘n funny tale of a spy with amnesia features one of my favorite film fights.

It takes place on the roof of a skyscraper, with Jackie Chan facing a pair of deadly assassins, one of whom stands on one foot, waving the other leg in the air before unleashing killer kicks.

It’s vintage Chan, as he plays up the comedy side of the biz before unleashing his own deadly moves.

Then he caps things with a spectacular slide down the outside of the building, a perfect testament to his “look ma, no safety restraints” credo.