The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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If this film had been released in theaters, it would have been a bit of a bummer, but on DVD for some guilty pleasure, it's pretty decent.
Colombia has the flair of a rough 80s actioner, only slicker.
...steps over the line from watchable time-waster to tedious waste of time, thus ensuring that all three movies share a fairly consistent level of mediocrity.
A fun and frequently enjoyable action movie that's loaded with enough explosions, great gun fights and a surprising twist that you wouldn't expect that just makes have a little more to appreciate for a low-key film. It has a pretty solid cast as well.
Going into this film as a WWE Production I had little faith in it being good. Being a WWE fan, I wanted to watch it anyhow, and see if they've stepped up since what I seen as fails with projects like "The Marine" with John Cena.
I can happily say, they've finally did a movie, that to me felt like a legit movie. Mr Kennedy only plays a secondary role, and he is not super-hero status, like most WWE Superstars are in the movies they play in. Kennedy actually has a very down to earth role with the rest of his Navy Seals Sqaud of 5. Throw in some gore, some great gun fight scenes, a pretty neat little twist, and some decent acting and you got a fair movie.
For me, it was one of the best WWE Production films to come out yet, and I give it props for that. I liked it and would recommend it to anyone who is into high time action, military, flicks.
"In the Colombian jungle there is no place to hide"
Navy SEALS mount an attack on Colombian special forces to clear their names and rescue a hostage.
Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia is an enjoyable straight to DVD action flick from WWE. I wasn't expecting much because I tend to hate WWE films, but this one was rather impressive.
The plot was nothing special, it centers around a Navy SEALS team that is stuck in Colombia with scores of bad guys chasing them down. We've seen it all before, but the action was fast-paced and intense. The fights, both hand-to-hand and guns, were very well choreographed. The score was fitting and solid, and the cinematography was nice.
I was also really glad that they didn't make Ken Anderson (aka WWE Wrestler Mr. Kennedy) the main star, even though that's how this film was marketetd. He hardly even has a supporting role in this thank god... because when he was given dialog, he delivered it horribly.
If you're in the mood for a popcorn military-style action flick, don't be afraid to check this one out. It doesn't disappoint in that sense.
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