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The Expendables DVD £6.99 @Tesco
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The Expendables DVD is the explosive new action film directed by Sylvester Stallone. Jam packed with old school kick-ass conflict, this film is a tribute to the blockbuster action films of the 80s and 90’s. With a star studded cast of familiar faces like Mickey Rourke, Jet Li, Bruce Willis and even Arnold Schwarzenegger, the plot follows a team of elite mercenaries on a mission to overthrow a South American dictator. A brilliant film, which has topped box office charts around the world, The Expendables dvd is due for release on the 13th of December.

17 Comments

Really terrible film. Trust me on this.

Bushes

Really terrible film. Trust me on this.



Yes indeed. Really, really terrible film.

Original Poster

I thought it was average

Must just be me that liked it then..

Bushes

Really terrible film. Trust me on this.



It is what it is. Great entertainment - switch your brain off and just enjoy - I loved it!

smokingplunger

It is what it is. Great entertainment - switch your brain off and just … It is what it is. Great entertainment - switch your brain off and just enjoy - I loved it!



I think the cast, writer, production team and director switched their brains off before making this film

The DVD is cut. Blu-ray is uncut.

Not voting.

The Real Madrid of films. Looks amazing on paper but never lives up to the full potential.

This film could have been so amazing.

Absolute joke of a movie...... it's the movie equivalent of watching England's 1966 World Cup winning team play today....... all very good in their day....but WAY WAY WAY past their best now.......

Never mind switching your brain off to watch it...you'd have to have it removed to watch this contender for junk of the year........

I thought it was excellent, did what it was supposed to. Bad acting, good action. You can't take the film seriously because it doesn't take itself seriously, if you are a fan of cheesy 80s Schwazennegger/Stallone films then you should enjoy this - it's not as good as the classics such as Cliff Hanger, Predator, Rambo, Commando but certainly on par if not better than the likes of Cobra, Tango & Cash, Raw Deal. It's certainly better than recent action flicks from Mr Statham - Transporter 2, 3 and the Crap - sorry Crank series.

Everything about this movie is wrong. Even the action sucks.

Saw this yesterday at this price at Tesco. Didn't post it because I didn't think it was worth it. Like the others said, it sounded good on paper but they weren't able to pull it off.

noeasywayout

I thought it was excellent, did what it was supposed to. Bad acting, … I thought it was excellent, did what it was supposed to. Bad acting, good action. You can't take the film seriously because it doesn't take itself seriously, if you are a fan of cheesy 80s Schwazennegger/Stallone films then you should enjoy this - it's not as good as the classics such as Cliff Hanger, Predator, Rambo, Commando but certainly on par if not better than the likes of Cobra, Tango & Cash, Raw Deal. It's certainly better than recent action flicks from Mr Statham - Transporter 2, 3 and the Crap - sorry Crank series.



I agree and I enjoyed it too. It's the sort of film that makes you grow a 3rd testicle (or grow one if you're a woman).

Well I watched it last night for the first time and I liked it, perhaps thats the key, "watching it" instead of "analysing what it could have been". Its typical American garbage, but I like typical American garbage... although the "cameo" appearance by a deshevelled Arnie was pointless and the line "..hes just trying to be President" was a bit cringy!!!

this movie missed a key action star of the 80s/90s....van damme.....:(

pc5020

this movie missed a key action star of the 80s/90s....van damme.....:(



He was asked to be apart of the movie, but he declined.

wanderer89

Must just be me that liked it then..



I liked it too got it on blu-ray
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