The Expendables

The Expendables

Barney Ross leads a band of highly skilled mercenaries including knife enthusiast Lee Christmas, a martial arts expert, heavy weapons specialist, demolitionist, and a loose-cannon sniper. When the group is commissioned by the mysterious Mr. Church to assassinate the dictator of a small South American island, Barney and Lee visit the remote locale to scout out their opposition and discover the true nature of the conflict engulfing the city.

The Expendables (The Expendables) is an action movie revolving  around a task force “The Expendables” hired to infiltrate a South American country and overthrow a ruthless dictator reigning ... When their taks begins, the task force realize that things are not the same as when they appear. Then they realize that they were framed and they crash into a dangers bunch of deception and treachery. And their real enemy is a very cunning former CIA agent James Monroe and his henchman Paine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Brent H (ca) wrote: I like the idea behind this movie. It is very slow and kind of cheesy. Whoever wrote the script needs to improve it. It wasn't as good as I thought it could be.

Benjamin M (us) wrote: While the movie suffers from awful comedy, 2 useless characters (the two kids) and a boring first 15 minutes, Attack the block offers excellent music, creative ideas with fireworks, amazing action featuring dog-like aliens and strong performances from John Boyega, Franz Drameh and Jodie Whittaker. Overall watch this movie, it's a good time.

Prithviraj P (it) wrote: nice story....nicer performances.

Stan N (br) wrote: gettin it up, gettin it on and gettin it off. gotta luv documentary :p

Zahid C (fr) wrote: Day: SundayDate: 12 Aug 2007Amt: 100/-Time: 10.30pmOver at: 1.15amWith: Amit, Sachin, RohanTheatre: Central Plaza, MumbaiSeats: K13 - K16Name: CHAK DE INDIA !

Pante S (au) wrote: Aguirre: Viking edition

Ken D (es) wrote: Some of the most painful acting I have ever seen. The dolls were horrible looking and what was all the grunting noises that the dolls were making. They sounded like they were masturbating. The dialogue and the whole story was just plain silly. This movie is horrible, even for a B movie.

Private U (ru) wrote: Dis shit iz funny az hell!!

bill s (nl) wrote: Dizzy and overly complicated Pulp Fiction wanna be.

Adam L D (jp) wrote: Incredible story of the one of the first pay cable station in Los Angeles in 1974 forcusing its programming on film rather than fluff. Genius maverick programmer Jerry Harvey and all of his savvy and intense love of movies showing that anything in america is possible, but in the end of all bad melodramas, the end is tragic and unneccasarry. Unflinching and tons of old classic film clips that makes you wanting more.

Kevin M W (de) wrote: Ridley Scott takes on the subject of war. Everybody does their best as a technologically advanced American crew of expert soldiers work to extricate key figures in a dirtwater African town torn apart in a civil war --- until it all goes wrong, big-time. Hold onto your seats, it's going to be a bumpy ride, hoorah. Blistering combat, don't say I didn't warn you. For giggles try to spot the foreigners playing Yanks, I dare you. Having a weekend allnighter? Do a doubleheader with Zulu, with Michael Caine, another whiteys against the rampaging darkies show.

Ju D (fr) wrote: much more creepy and disturbing than expected

Keith R (ag) wrote: Not the best war story but certainly the most immersive war movie ever made.After the 1st scene, I was exhausted!

Sheryl Z (ru) wrote: Amazing dialog. Hysterical and thought provoking film about learning to respect your idealogical adversaries. (T)

Darci K (gb) wrote: so cute! the subtitle suck- the french is much better!

Gregory W (gb) wrote: an epic tale from the master long but doesn't drag or seem long

Anya S (es) wrote: Not a bad movie at all. Instead a rather interesting western about a group of people traveling to another town. Yes I do understand that the movie is rather predictable and the stunts look like something that I used to do when I was a kid playing make-believe in the backyard, but this story has a little charm to it that makes you simile when you see Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson for the first time.

Cassandra M (ru) wrote: Colour Me Blood Red is pretty much the typical Herschell Gordon Lewis film. In Blood Feast, a man killed people to create a feast; in The Wizard of Gore, a man killed people for his magic show; in The Gruesome Twosome, a young retard killed people to make wigs out of their scalps; and here we've got a deranged painter who discovers that blood is exactly the right shade of red to colour his paintings with. This film is the third and final entry in Herschell Gordon Lewis' "Blood Trilogy", and while it is perhaps not as gory as the other two; Blood Feast and Two Thousand Maniacs, if you enjoy Lewis' style, you're bound to like this one! As mentioned, the plot revolves around a painter. He discovers that blood is the paint he needs when he cuts his girlfriend's finger and begins smearing her blood on his canvas. After attempting to 'paint' the picture himself, he soon realises that he doesn't have enough blood - so naturally, he kills his girlfriend. As you might expect, her blood doesn't go too far, and the only way to get more blood is the to kill more women...Obviously, this plot has been lifted straight from Roger Corman's B-movie classic 'A Bucket of Blood', but Herschell's style is all over it, and he succeeds in making the plot his own...although 'succeeds' might not be the right word. The movie is trash in every sense of the word, as the acting is as rubbish as it gets, and the film has a distinctly cheap and nasty feel running throughout it. The director's use of music is good, however, as while it does nothing to increase the film's credibility; it does give the movie a hilarious sense of humour, and it works really well with the plot. As I said, this isn't as gory as some of Herschell's earlier stuff, but it's still got plenty of blood and gore; although as anyone that has seen one of these movies before will know; it's absolutely impossible to take seriously. It's clear that Herschell was more interested in the red stuff than anything else, as there are a number of obvious plot devices on display and the artist's descent into insanity is a joke. But even so, this makes for a very fun viewing, and I wouldn't hesitate to name it as one of my favourite of Lewis' movies.

II I (us) wrote: Loved it saw it a few days ago the Actors and the Movie were amazing

Trey B (de) wrote: No Country for Old Men is so great because of the equally great performances.