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Anyone Else Would Be Dead By Now.
|After being betrayed and left for dead, members of a cia black ops team root out those who targeted them for assassination.|
"...The A-Team meets Rambo meets Mission: Impossible... Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
"The movie is ALL revenge, all the time. Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune
Editor's NoteDirector Sylvain White adapts the Vertigo comic about a team of mercenaries who wage war on the CIA after they're double-crossed in the field and left to die. Clay (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), Jensen (Chris Evans), Roque (Idris Elba), Pooch (Columbus Short), and Cougar (Óscar Jaenada) were on a black-ops mission in the Bolivian jungle when rogue CIA agent Max (Jason Patric) hung them out to dry. After beating the odds and surviving their ordeal, the team decides to strike back against Max even if it means sacrificing their own lives to do so. Aiding them on their treacherous suicide mission is sexy operative Aisha (Zoe Saldana), who has her own reasons for wanting to see Max get his just deserts. But getting to Max won't be easy, because in addition to having the CIA on his side, he's about to spark a war that could plunge the entire globe into chaos. Their time quickly running out as Max's plan kicks into overdrive, the Special Forces unit that everyone assumed dead arms themselves to the teeth and prepares to strike back with a vengeance.
The Losers - DVD Review
filmcritic.com DVD Reviews
Published on: 7/20/2010 5:00 AM
|Stomp the Yard director Sylvain White envelopes his jokey Vertigo/DC Comic book adaptation The Losers in such old school '80s ideals that you half expect Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, and Chuck Norris to show up and start cracking wise. In these days of over the top stunt showpieces like Wanted and Shoot 'Em Up, such a throwback mentality is refreshing. It doesn't mean it's wholly entertaining, however....read the full review|
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