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Rundown [DVD] [2004] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

4.2 out of 5 stars 71 customer reviews

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  • Format: US Import
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00016MSV2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 143,704 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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this dvd is region 3 asia, but is exactly the same as this region 1 dvd

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THE RUNDOWN [2003 / 2008] [Blu-ray] [US Release] ‘THE RUNDOWN’ is a First Rate Action Adventure Film! A Great Action Ride!

“The Rock” Dwayne Johnson stars in this action adventure as Beck, a bounty hunter who has been sent to the Amazon to retrieve the son of a wealthy underworld kingpin, who has been hunting for treasure there. But when Beck meets his quarry, Travis [Seann William Scott], he realises he's not the wayward good-for-nothing he'd been warned about, and he ends up joining forces with him to hunt for a priceless idol. But the powerful owner of the mine in the area where they have been searching, Hatcher [Christopher Walken], insists that anything found on his land belongs to him, and Beck and Travis end up having to fight their way out of the jungle. The film boasts an uncredited cameo appearance by Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Cast: Dwayne Johnson (“The Rock”), Seann William Scott, Rosario Dawson, Christopher Walken, Ewen Bremner, Jon Gries, William Lucking, Ernie Reyes Jr., Stuart F. Wilson, Dennis Keiffer, Garrett Warren, Toby Holguin, Paul S. Power, Stephen Bishop, Chuck Norman, Jamal Duff, John Duff, Jeff Chase, Price Jackson, Anthony Diaz-Perez, Todd Stashwick, Marcio Moraes, Tony Lima, James K. Miranda, David Prak, Ron Cummings, Bruno Serrano, Donald R. Jankiewicz, Pat Jankiewicz, Filipe Teixeira, Alberto Teixeira, Adriano Paulo, Reginaldo Santana, Mary Joy, Nina Kaczorowski (uncredited), Brandon Molale (uncredited), Dave Schuetz (uncredited), Arnold Schwarzenegger (uncredited) and Sven-Ole Thorsen (uncredited)

Director: Peter Berg

Producers: Bill Corless, Karen Glasser, Kevin Misher and Marc Abraham

Screenplay: James Vanderbilt and R.J. Stewart (story)

Composer: Harry Gregson-Williams

Cinematography: Tobias A.
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By Mr. Joe HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on 7 Jan. 2006
Format: DVD
THE RUNDOWN stars ex-wrestler and NFL wannabe Dwayne Johnson (aka The Rock) in a mishmash of just about every sort of action flick you've ever seen. It incorporates elements reminiscent (to me at least) of the Matrix, Indiana Jones, Jackie Chan, Romancing the Stone, Lethal Weapon, the Terminator, and Mad Max. Ok, ok - maybe I'm exaggerating. But you get my drift?
John is Beck, a "retrieval specialist", sent by his boss to the Brazilian Amazon jungle to recover his errant son, Travis (Seann William Scott). Trouble is, Travis doesn't want to leave - he's too busy tracking down an artifact of native treasure, a solid gold statue hidden in the jungle. This trinket thrusts Beck and Travis between battling armed nationalists, led by bar-owner Mariana (Rosario Dawson), and the stereotypic Evil White Man, Hatcher (Christopher Walken), whose empire is an enormous open-pit gold mining operation worked by downtrodden locals kept in line by whip-wielding thugs.
To my mind, THE RUNDOWN is saved by the likeable Beck and a strong performance by Walken. Otherwise, it's just a series of confrontations, mostly kung-fu action sequences, with a gun battle and a vehicle chase thrown in for variety. Mariana simply serves as eye-candy.
Is The Rock destined to be the next generation Tough Guy action hero? Perhaps. In a blink-of-an-eye cameo at the beginning of the film, Arnold Schwarzenegger passes Beck on the way out of a nightclub and says" Have fun!' Arnie is off to be Governor of California, leaving the heavy lifting to his successor.
This isn't a bad movie, and is an entertaining introduction to The Rock as a leading man of the genre. I just hope the plots of his future releases are a little more focused and, um (dare I say), intelligent.
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This is an action with thrills and spills all the way with a marvelous storyline with great cast supporting it as well. From the city to the jungles of the Amazons, (Dwayne) a bounty hunter chasing (Sean) a baddie somewhere along the line finish up joining forces to find a precious treasure, as it seems reasonable to a degree. So now does the goodie or baddie wins, sorry no clues. Now I have told you a bit about it so to add more there is fun and suspense along the track to keep us all amused so I rated this an A grade plus for a mixture of entertainment of sheer pleasure, Now pick up the popcorn with the movie retreat to your favorite chair to a fabulous night in. This show will have you guessing so keep your wits about you as not to miss anything, Enjoy!
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Ok so the rock is in the movie and Schwarzenegger only a bit though I would love to see Schwarzenegger more in it

Low down it has some wrestling moves in it like he rock bottom in a table near start

High flying kicks too

Watch if you like the rock
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Any "one man" action movie these days has a tough job to do. The formula has been stretched out over many years any it's hard to find a fresh approach to the genre. Enter "The Rock" - tough guy of the 21st Century - now in his second major movie outing (not couting his cameo in Mummy Returns). In many ways, Rock has started out in much the same was as Schwarzenegger did, equalling Arnie's on-screen presence and infinitely better at delivering lines (although to Arnie's credit his robotic delivery became his trademark and he'd be nowhere without it). The Rocks impressive mobility and athleticism gives him more scope than the "brainless muscleman shooting" image that dominated the genre in the 80's and 90's.
Welcome To The Jungle is a fun "brain-off" movie that delivers action, adventure, one-liners and some impressive stunts. Adding the anti-gun storyline was a smart move as it benefitted the fight scenes as well as hyped up the inevitable showdown at the end. At 1hr 40mins this movie could have done with an extra 15mins or so to give some of the characters a fraction more depth. Christopher Walken takes on the "bad guy" role, although sadly isn't given much time to make the audience really dislike him. His exit from the movie is a classic overacted-badguy-death-sequence and Walken performed it perfectly. Seann William Scott played well against the Rock although I was left wondering whether it would have worked better with a "tougher" comedy actor instead (still can't watch him seriously after all the Pie/Dude movies). With a good supporting cast (although exactly WHICH accent was the pilot trying to do?) the film deserves all the credit it has received.
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