9. Disturbing the Peace
For some reason, Guy Pearce has become a regular fixture in the sort of awful bargain basement movies that even Nicolas Cage would turn down, and Distrubing the Peace is one of his worst.
Pearce is a fantastic actor with a stellar back catalogue of roles, and he always does a decent job, but he really needs to find a new agent if these are the best projects that wind up landing on his desk.
A smalltown marshal has refused to pick up a gun after being involved in a tragic shooting, but when rogue bikers invade his town, he winds up shooting them all. That’s basically the movie.