Barney, Christmas and the rest of the team comes face-to-face with Conrad Stonebanks, who years ago co-founded The Expendables with Barney. Stonebanks subsequently became a ruthless arms trader and someone who Barney was forced to kill… or so he thought. Stonebanks, who eluded death once before, now is making it his mission to end The Expendables -- but Barney has other plans. Barney decides that he has to fight old blood with new blood, and brings in a new era of Expendables team members, recruiting individuals who are younger, faster and more tech-savvy. The latest mission becomes a clash of classic old-school style versus high-tech expertise in the Expendables’ most personal battle yet.
Writer:Sylvester Stallone (screenplay), Creighton Rothenberger (screenplay), Katrin Benedikt (screenplay), Sylvester Stallone (story), Dave Callaham (charact
Barney and Christmas with their team have to face with a former member Conrad Stonebanks, who seeks to defeat The Expendables. But Barney will never lay down arms without a fierce fight. He brings to members of The Expendables a new era in recruiting younger, faster and more tech-savvy individuals. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jim L (it) wrote: This is a perfect movie to watch on Netflix! I found it amusing and there were some really funny scenes, especially with Craig Robinson and Ken Jeong (as God)
Ata S (es) wrote: its a excellen film you should see it by dvd or vcd mkemmel bir film dvd veya vcd den seyretmenizi tavsiye ederim
Chevy L (de) wrote: its okay....nasty tho.
Kinohi N (mx) wrote: Fun Mexican caper flick, with a cast of bandits and gangsters from the Hispanophone diaspora. Great suspense, and an ingenious ending thats genuinely surprising and devilishly funny.
Kristi H (us) wrote: Don't know why I watched this movie to the end. So very lame, not spooky at all, below par acting, even laughable at times. Can I give it -1 star?
Saleha K (nl) wrote: Its so good but so sad too
Mr D (ca) wrote: The DVD made it sound like this was some poltical correct movie about a south african cop. Who has a guilty conscious and starts robbing banks while pocketing the money all himself. From what I've read about the Stander case. That wasn't the case. The movie made it more look like his career was on a dead end. Because he wanted to quit riot duty. So he decided to rob banks as extra income. You have to get used to parts in the beginning. Where Thomas Jane was some kind of wig. The second part gives a more tarantino-esque "Oh we are such cheeky criminals"-feel to it. The movie would be better if they kept the bleeding heart political correct stuff out of it. But it was a fine watch.
Adam R (de) wrote: Like Batman and Robin - except it knows it's a joke. Big difference!
Vidar H (ru) wrote: Charming and Meg Tilly can make a rock fall in love! Q Tarantino tiny role but xlnt done!!
Kieran T (mx) wrote: how fucking big was Scott Glenn's gun in this movie, seriously
Peter S (au) wrote: Great James Garner, cool Sherman.
Andrew T (de) wrote: The awesomest musical ever, minus half a star for the painful opening.
Nicky S (es) wrote: Definitely one of the best movies ever made - I would rate it six or seven stars if I could. It was really touching, sad, heart breaking, and it was inspiring. It's fortunate that such abuse does not happen these days, but more remains to be done. Still, clearly a masterpiece.
Jenny B (it) wrote: Not as good as the original film. Which was much more moving and poignant, however the story is so good that even a third rate Directoe could have made this great classic work.
Adam F (au) wrote: A fun goofy bowling movie, nothing more. Does have a lot of interesting cameos, probably due to the pending writers strike of the time
Gary G (ag) wrote: Different but enjoyable
Bob M (us) wrote: Pretty good movie and a reminder of how great Phillip Seymour Hoffman was as an actor.
Vishal R (jp) wrote: best teen comedy ever!!!!!a must watch if you want big laughs...go watch it with your friends and just sit back and relax!!!!!!
James D (nl) wrote: This movie is just Flat out Perfect.
David G (mx) wrote: Fantastic cult classic. The acting, production, and directing are all on point. I really enjoyed this movie, it is one of my all-time favorites