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Expendables 2 [US Import] [Blu-ray] [2012] [Region A]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (709 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009MF56GC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 210,790 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Is this film clichéd? YES. Is action packed with fights ever couple of minates? YES. Is it going to win awards for individual acting performances? NO. Will you be entertained? HELL YEAH!!!!

Right you put all the top actions stars from the 80 & 90 in the same movie. You get a hell of a lot of action. The way this one differs from the first film, is they tried to put a more credible revenge plot (tiny micro plot, but a plot) into it, and Van Damn is a very credible villain. I don't think there is a 80s kid out there who did not ask the question how would win in a fight between JCVD and Stallone. Also I think the first film was more of Stallone passing the torch to Jason Stratham, but as much as I like Stratham I still do not think he is on the level of Stallone or any of the other people in the movie. This film Stallone takes centre stage as the leader as it should be, and the movie is just simply fun.

Jet Li is only in the first 20 mins of the movie he is given a five minute fight scene on his own to redeem him from the first film, which I think he does. Dolph look haggard in this film and is mostly there to be the butt of the group jokes. Having said that none of the actors are shy about laughing at each other, using each other's catchphrases. A couple of Chuck Norris jokes here and there. Bruce Willis sums up the movie in one line "Shoot something".

This movie is not to be taken seriously, it is simply the sum of its part, a bunch of 80s action stars, making an action movie, with a thin (but visible) plot, with in jokes that will not be lost on any of their fans. If you were or are a fan of old action movies watch this and enjoy. If you are looking for something though provoking watch something else.
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This geriatric genocidal shootout amongst old pals, propelled by a mixture of testosterone, big guns, insider jokes, even bigger guns, martial arts and deliberately silly one-liners, is even better than the first instalment. It was clearly conceived as a pure comedy and no matter how hard you try you will not find even one serious moment in it - and I simply loved every second of this tasty treat! Below, more of my impressions, with some LIMITED SPOILERS and also, quite appropriately, some passably lame jokes.

1. Characters and actors

Almost all of the old cast is present also in this film and it is a mighty good thing, but two of the Expendables are nevertheless absent or almost absent. To my considerable regret Mickey Rourke dropped off and it is a pity but I can easily imagine his character from the first part, Tool, being deceased and currently residing in Valhalla, where he enjoys the company of stripper Valkyries, an unlimited supply of mead and ale and especially an equally unlimited supply of sparring partners he can repeatedly punch in the face, without gloves - and they are all plastic surgeons, something that real Mickey Rourke would probably appreciate... Yin Yang, played by Jet Li, appears only briefly and vanishes after first 10 minutes, but - SPOILER here - no, he doesn't die and therefore maybe he will be back for a longer appearance in the third part...

The rest of the gang is all here: Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone), Lee Christmas (Jason Statham), Hale Ceasar (Terry Crews), Toll Road (Randy Couture) and my absolute favourite Gunnar Jensen (Dolph Lundgren), still as insane as he is gigantic.
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The Expendables will always be snubbed by critics you know the ones, they'll call it shallow, dumb with thread bare characters and story and over reliant on violence. But that's totaly missing the point of what the original and this sequel is all about. It's there just to have a good time with and see all the old action hero's that we grew up with on the screen at the same time.
The Expendables 2 mostly puts right the niggles that most fans had with the original. This sequel is better paced there's more insane action, bigger battles more corney one liners and most of all more Arnie and Willis. The plot is there just to link the action and for what it's worth is nasty Van Damme wants to mine 5 tone of weapons grad plutonium and the Expendables are called in to stop him and his private army. This includes them destroying most of Eastern Europe.
From the masive opening sequence you know this film is on a bigger scale from the first. Van Damme is having a blast, Chuck Norris shoots and kills loads of bad guys and the rest of the team take on the rest. Bullets fly, heads explode, blades slice all leading up to the showdown with Stallone and Van Damme. By the end of the film your ear drums will have taken a pounding but you'll leave the cinema with a big grin on your face. The Expendables set's it's stall out to entertain without bothering the grey matter and it succeeds. Job Done!
See If you like........
The Expendables.
Rambo 1 - 4.
Red Scorpion.
Universal Soldier.
Missing In Action 1 - 3
Killer Elite.
Commando,
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The first `Expendables' film was mad, bad and fun to know. It took itself a little too seriously, but was actually as daft as a brush. Having the likes of Stallone, Statham, Li and Lundgren on the screen at the same time meant action fans had a fixed grin on their face. Flash forward a few years and we have the sequel that most people didn't want or need, but with more Schwarzenegger, Willis and added JVD and Norris. It should have more of the ingredients that made the first one decent enough. However, the film lacks something; heart. This is a film that moves along on cruise control with the actors and director Simon West, not seeming to care what happens - this means the viewer won't either.

The Expendables team are back and after an unfortunate confrontation with the villainous Vilain (Van Damme) they go out on a personal mission of vengeance. The chemistry between Stallone and Van Damme is one of the highlights of the film, but they are kept far apart for most of it. Stallone also works really well with Statham and the Ross/Christmas double team prove to be the highlights of the film. Two character team ups is enough, but the issues with the film result from trying to create too many relationships. The film flits from couple to couple as they quip off one another in an inane fashion.

The film is also not helped by the tone, although `Expendables 2' is full of one liners, as a whole it takes itself too seriously, coming across as pious. The editing is also poor; action scenes should be developed intelligently so that they make sense; who are the bad guys, where are they coming from, where are they in relation to the heroes? In `Expendables 2' you don't know who is coming from where, or for what reason.
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