The Expendables 2

The Expendables 2

Mr. Church reunites the Expendables for what should be an easy paycheck, but when one of their men is murdered on the job, their quest for revenge puts them deep in enemy territory and up against an unexpected threat.

After Tool, who is the heart and soul of The Expendables, was massacred in a mission, his comrades swear to avenge. But they are not the only ones want to avenge. Fiona who is young, beautiful and extravagant daughter of Tool avenges, too. That makes everything be messed up when she is captured and extorted by a ruthless dictator with a protest plan. Now, Barney and The Expendables have to venture to rescue her and save humanity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Patrick L (gb) wrote: "Blood Father is a compelling action thriller with Mel Gibson giving his most heart-wrenching performance since "Signs"."DVD Movie Review: Blood FatherDate Viewed: December 17 2016Directed By Jean-Francois Richet (All About Love, Assault on Precinct 13 (2005), Mesrine and One Wild Moment)Screenplay By Peter Craig and Andrea Berloff, Based on the novel by Peter CraigStarring: Mel Gibson, Erin Moriarty, William H. Macy, Diego Luna, Dale Dickey, Michael Parks, Thomas Mann, Daniel Moncada, Raoul Trujillo and Richard Cabral."Blood Father" may look like your average trashy "Taken" knockoff but the one thing that carries it is Mel Gibson's gritty and heart-wrenching performance. We have all heard about his anti-Jew sentiments, his DUI arrest and erratic behaviour but we also known him to be a great actor and director. In the past several years, Gibson seems to be expressing his guilt by playing macho villains in "Machete Kills" and "The Expendables 3" and troubling ex-cons and hitmen. In his new film "Blood Father", he plays an American war veteran who's also an ex-con and a recovering alcoholic.Gibson was tailored made for this part because his character, John Link is a total wreck, he lost everything due to his past sins and addictions. The plot revolves around Link's 17-year-old daughter, Lydia (Erin Moriarty) who turns to his father for help after getting involved in a crime scene. Lydia ran away from home several years ago and has been living with a major drug cartel with her older boyfriend, Jonah (Diego Luna) after since. That all changed when Jonah and his gang went on a little hit job over stashed money and Lydia intruded in and she may have accidentally killed Jonah. Because of this hit job gone awry, Lydia turns to her estranged father, John Link (Gibson) for help and she begins to receive death threats from the gang members.As for Link, he's a recovering addict and ex-convict, he's a tattoo artist who works in his trailer house and he doesn't have many friends. One night, the gang members show up and they bang up John's trailer house really good and they even flip it over. John and Lydia manage to escape but when the police arrive they have no choice but to go on the run. Protecting Lydia is John's number one priority because if Lydia gives herself up to the police it would still put her in serious danger. John uses his many connections from his previous life to help Lydia and himself from the drug cartel members."Blood Father" is a compelling and well-paced action thriller from director Jean-Francois Richet (All About Love, Assault on Precinct 13 (2005), Mesrine, One Wild Moment). The action maybe low-key here but director Richet makes the action sequences as brisk and clear as possible.The screenplay by Peter Craig and Andrea Berloff (World Trade Center and Straight Outta Compton) meets with every expectation in the "Taken" rip-off playbook as you can get but the acting here is really good. Not only do we see Gibson give one hell of a performance, Erin Moriarty is excellent as the daughter who gets stuck in the most troubling situation no teenager can possibly imagine or go through and William H. Macy is really good here as Link's neighbor and sponsor.Gibson does some of his best work since "Signs" and he's having a comeback year. First this movie and he directed the grisly war drama "Hacksaw Ridge" which has been earning critical praise and awards talk. "Blood Father" will not get awards talk but it delivers as a particularly old-fashioned action thriller with a lot of pulpy spirit.

Greg W (au) wrote: good period pic it gets 1966 right

Jacob H (br) wrote: Edge of my seat, very entertaining.

Cynthia S (mx) wrote: Nice movie. I have to say, I found this very touching for most of the film. The ending, however, just seemed of those that just makes it feel like they ran out of time, or ideas. What a shame...

Vincent B (gb) wrote: Un bel hymne la libert d'une crudit rjouissante. Dewaere et Depardieu sont prodigieux en outsiders obsds du cul.

Shaun B (ru) wrote: Sherlock Jr. (44 min.)-- Technically amazing in terms of cinema genius. No one can touch Buster Keaton.

Peter G (nl) wrote: Where this film should have been dark, sinister, terrifying it actually comes across as slightly comical, wacky and a bit silly. It's a shame because there could have been a good film here but for some very strange and questionable decisions by a somewhat inexperienced (or possibly just clueless) director.