Located in the Malibu Colony enclave, the two-story contemporary stands out from its tight-packed neighbors with black shingles covering the exterior. Inside, 3, square feet of renovated interior belies the subdued facade with light hues, white oak floors and expanses of glass that bring in light and ocean views. Among living spaces are a living room with a brick fireplace, a dining area, a den and a family room. There are two kitchens including one in the guest house. Four bedrooms and four bathrooms include an expanded master suite. Sets of angled French doors open to expansive decking and a patio with access to the beach. Another deck space holds an outdoor shower and a spa.
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With actor Jason Statham's new giant-shark movie, "The Meg," in theaters this weekend, we've looked back at the action star's filmography to see which of his movies are the best — and worst. Turns out, he's been in a lot of bad movies, at least according to critics. But he's also one of Hollywood's most consistent leading men in action movies, and is synonymous with the genre. We ranked all of Statham's movies based on Rotten Tomatoes critic scores, and broke any ties with audience scores. We didn't include movies where he is listed in uncredited roles on IMDb, and his movie "Chaos" didn't have a critic score. Below are 38 Jason Statham movies, ranked from worst to best according to critics:. Description: " A man named Farmer sets out to rescue his kidnapped wife and avenge the death of his son — two acts committed by the Krugs, a race of animal-warriors who are controlled by the evil Gallian.
The undisputed low point. This bumpy remake of a bare-bones French thriller thrusts desperate men into a life-or-death Russian Roulette tournament; Statham has little to do as a rich businessman betting on the result. Wily bank robber Wesley Snipes taunts a familiar-looking rough-and-ready cop while greenhorn Ryan Phillippe delivers a TED talk on chaos theory in this listless would-be thriller. This clunky Vinnie Jones time capsule — a soccer-focused redo of The Longest Yard — features a young Statham as mercurial goalie Monk, daydreaming of making cartwheeling saves against a team of lousy screws.