Extreme athlete turned government operative Xander Cage (Vin Diesel) comes out of self-imposed exile, thought to be long dead, and is set on a collision course with deadly alpha warrior Xiang (Donnie Yen) and his team in a race to recover a sinister and seemingly unstoppable weapon known as Pandora's Box. Recruiting an all-new group of thrill-seeking cohorts, Xander finds himself enmeshed in a deadly conspiracy that points to collusion at the highest levels of world governments. Written by
Samuel L. Jackson and Toni Collette have previously appeared in Shaft (2000). See more »
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I'm not quite sure why Xander Cage returned, I just wish he hadn't.
This movie is so low brow, you might mistake it for a caterpillar. It's devoid of anything that looks like a plot or decent character development.
Instead its cheesy show off time with lots of tat's, juvenile bravado, sparkly overstated jewelry and guns from "da hood". This is a film that feels, in my opinion, like it was made by a 15 year old nick-named "flipper" (as in hamburger flipper) and his gormless, pimply friends. We all know thats not true but you get the idea.
In short a genuinely excruciating experience that puts the S in Stupid.....one out of ten from me.
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