Expendables Light

By goblinpiledriver
Written February 05, 2013
I went into this movie wanting a rock solid action film. Another Demolition Man would have been excellent. What I was given was a dumb downed version of the Expendables. Same quality of acting, not as many fan favorites. The story was basic like most action films, and sadly super predictable like most action films. There is nothing new here. Jason Mamoa was actually a very good villian but was used so poorly that he seems like a secondary character instead of the person you want Sly to get. Some of the dialogue is very witty and entertaining. Overall this movie is a buy some popcorn, turn off all reason and then try to never think about what you saw or you will hate it. But I would say this movie is worth watching if you are a fan of Sly, or stuff blowing up.
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Bullet To The Head is aptly named

By robert_wade
Written March 04, 2015
The violence was a given--nothing in the way of surprises here. But the language was unnecessary and so was the gratuitous nudity. The story was entirely too weak to even say the language and nudity could be overlooked. IMHO, it was thrown in to artificially add SOMEthing to the movie. It failed. Pass on the movie.
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Typical Stallone

By mrbig117
Written December 04, 2016
This movie is Sly, so what do you expect? it is what its supposed to be, if you like him you will be ok with the movie, if you don't you might want to wait on the DVD
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A Stallone Franchise??

By luvsexpmovies
Written October 20, 2016
Well, once again, I can see Stallone building on a franchise for this action-packed thrill ride. Loved the Korean co-star -- hope he comes back as well. Can't wait for it to come to cable -- will be adding it to my collection . Liked it better than Expendables 2 -- would highly recommend it IF you're a Stallone fan and love "shoot'em ups!"
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Bullet to the Head

By leartguy
Written February 04, 2013
Just flat good fun !! Stallone's character is vulnerable yet determined with a warpy sense of soulful honor. Stallone looks to have his priorities square in having fun making cinema instead of those out thier simply making a buck. great directing,great editing. Sarah Shahi is like sprinkles on ice cream here, a delicious addition that enhances the whole experience !!
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