The Good: Louis Gossett Jr. is good as Frank's ex-partner, Jake. Hands down my favorite character was Shake. The alcoholic Shakespearean actor is a great supporting character and though he was created for the film (as far as I'm aware), he really does seem like one of Frank's allies.
The Bad: The movie is cheesy af. It really does hit all of the 80's/90's action movie tropes, especially when it comes to ninjas. Lundgren has no personality.
Final Thoughts: It's 80's cheese, but I love this movie. It's mindless fun and has some interesting characters and fun action.
In Your Game: Since this is an 80's movie, I decided to do a DP&D version of Punisher. None of the classes really fit perfectly, but the Survivalist from the player's guide gives him the proper skills. If Frank comes to J'Town what brings him there? Is there a criminal hiding out?
Real Name: Frank Castle
Class: Survivalist 7
Str: 18 (+3)
Con: 18 (+3)
Cha: 9 (-1)
AC: 14/15 (Bullet Proof Vest, Dexterity/ ", ", Brawling)
+4 to Hit, 1d4+4 damage
Semi Auto Pistol
+3 to Hit, 2d6 damage, ROF 2, 75' range
Basic Athletics 4 (+7/+5)
Brawling (+1 to Attacks, Against Intimidation checks, and Melee AC)
Driving 3 (+4_
First Aid 5 (+5)
Intimidation 1 (+4)
Investigation 3 (+3)
Outdoorsmanship 1 (+6)
Ranged Weapons 1 (+1 to Ranged Attacks)
+5 to Courage saves
+2 to Ranged Attacks
May spend an extra Survival Point on failed attack or save rolls
Cannot be surprised
+2 to Spot checks
Advantage on Saves
Heals 1 Survival a day
Equipment: Semi Auto Pistol, Tactical Survival Gear, Motorcycle