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Let's just say Mr. Rocky Balboa was pretty knocked out by the Swedish action star.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Although a great deal of attention has been focused on Channing Tatum's hilarious
This new film has 'more of what you came to see' but is paper thin without a hint of substance or even dramatic credibility. Comparing the two films is a classic example of 'trying and (perhaps) failing' versus 'failing to try.'
This weekend, Sylvester Stallone and company return to action in the sequel to "The Expendables" -- conveniently titled "The
"The Expendables 2" doesn't come out until Aug. 17, but that hasn't prevented producer Avi Lerner from speculating about
What did Gunner do wrong? Well, it would have had to have been more complicated than that. You'd have to take the phosphate
Sylvester Stallone, Terry Crews, Jason Statham, and Dolph Lundgren used their brawn to ring the opening bell. The already
The Expendables is all about the big-bang theory: the bigger the bangs (explosions, gunshots, mammoth fireballs), the bigger the box-office. In theory, anyway.
Fox News captured Stallone in a humble and endearing moment at the premiere: The Expendables is about a band of mercenaries