The Expendables 2
Barney Ross, Lee Christmas, Yin Yang, Gunnar Jensen,Toll Road and Hale Caesar -- with newest members Billy the Kid and Maggie aboard -- are reunited when Mr. Church enlists the Expendables to take on... View more >
strong bloody violence throughout
Starring Liam Hemsworth, Jason Statham, Bruce Willis... View more >
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This was a good action movie, but it wasn't as good a sequel as I had hoped. The all-star cast were great and they delivered a lot of action and some great lines. I though it wasn't as good as the first. It was just kind of shallow and campy. A lot of cool scenes, but it was good not great in my opinion. It was impressive on the big screen.
A little better than the first, but still a little violent. The only difference is that the humor is added which does do much and a female fighter is added. There are no women fighters in the last movie. Apart from that, it more of the same. the body count keeps rising and there plenty of ammo to go around. The theme of this movie could be Let's put a smile on that body count.
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