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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 203518425
UPC: 024543414698
UPC 14: 00024543414698
Rating: Game Rating Code
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WWE champion John Cena dominates the big screen as Marine John Triton. Wherever there's danger, Triton is usually smack dab in the middle of it...and he doesn't play by rules! After he's unwillingly discharged from Iraq, Triton's beautiful wife Kate (Nip / Tuck's Kelly Carlson) is kidnapped by merciless jewel thieves led by a vicious killer (Robert Patrick)! Now, Triton must fight to save her, utilizing his most powerful weapon - himself!

"...entertaining action flick.  Ken Fox, TV Guide
"A throwback to all those guilty pleasure action movies.  Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle
"...a terrific vehicle for world-class heavy Patrick, who is clearly enjoying himself...  Scott Tobias, The Onion A.V. Club

Editor's Note
John Cena of the WWE stars in this barrelhouse brawler of a film as John Triton, a marine who gets discharged after he disobeys orders while rescuing prisoners in Iraq. Now he's back home in South Carolina with his wife, Kate (Kelly Carlson), and a lame security job. Meanwhile, a gang of colorfully violent jewel thieves knock over a diamond business and blow a police car 30 feet in the air while making their getaway. John and Kate are driving out in their SUV for a weekend in the mountains and wind up at the same gas station as the robbers. Shots get fired, the fuel tanks explode, and the bad guys hightail it out of there--with Kate as a hostage. Triton must now use his formidable Marine training to track the bad guys via car chase, boat chase, and knife-in-hand swamp-stalking. Despite the rampant violence, this is suitable for the WWE fanbase, as it downplays the blood and death and ups the quotient of sucker punches, throwing guys through walls, and leaping away from fireball explosions in slow motion. Robert Patrick plays the lead bad guy, shrugging off wry in-jokes about his role in TERMINATOR 2 while he shoots witnesses. Abigail Bianca is the evil girl in the gang--she and Kate get to have a fight of their own before it's all over. Fortunately Cena manages to hold his own onscreen amid the amusing dialogue and flying fists, making for a satisfying addition to the ranks of action heroes.


Video Features Widescreen

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Foxvideo
Video Release Date Release Date: 8/19/2014
Video Play Time Running Time: 93 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2006
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 2241470
Video UPC UPC: 00024543414698
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English, French Dubbed, Spanish Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: English, Spanish
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  2.35:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review The Marine - DVD
By: Jesse Hassenger DVD Reviews
Published on: 1/19/2007 6:48 PM
When The Rock unofficially decided, several years ago, that he'd like to be the next Arnold Schwarzenegger, someone must've sensed an opening down the action-hero totem pole; who's going to be the next Jean-Claude Van Damme, the next Chuck Norris, or the next The Rock, for that matter? Enter another professional wrestler, John Cena, and his film debut, The Marine. Cena plays John Triton, established early in the movie as the only U.S. soldier to ever feel depressed about leaving Iraq. It's not even by choice -- he is discharged for disobeying a direct order, busting up some (yes) al Qaeda operatives and saving fellow soldiers in the the full review
Expert Review The Marine - DVD
By: Margaret Williams Cinema Blend DVD Reviews
Published on: 2/17/2007 6:12 PM
What doesn't work on the disc is the set of WWE promotional clips. These are shots which range from thirty seconds to a minute long that aired on television during WWE shows to promote the film. That's fine, but given the repetitiveness of the clips, hitting the Play All option is brutal. These definitely work best spaced out over periods of time and beer. Come to think of it, it's quite possible the same could be true for the movie as well. Call your local Budweiser representative and ask about home the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Anthony Ray Parker
Video Cast Info John Cena
Video Cast Info Kelly Carlson
Video Cast Info Robert Patrick
Video Cast Info Alan B. McElroy - Writer
Video Cast Info Dallas Puett - Editor
Video Cast Info Daryl Porter - Art Director
Video Cast Info David Eggby - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Don Davis - Original Music By
Video Cast Info Joel Simon - Producer
Video Cast Info John Bonito - Director
Video Cast Info Michelle Gallagher - Writer
Video Cast Info Vince McMahon - Executive Producer

Professional Reviews

Variety 6 of 10
"The Marine" will trigger a strong sense of deja vu for anyone who recalls the slapdash, slam-bang action fare that was standard-issue drive-in fodder during the 1970s. Junky, jokey and sometimes both at once, pic marks yet another attempt by World Wrestling Entertainment to establish one of its burly superstars as a movie lead. In the title role, however, frosh thesp John Cena evidences little of the swaggering dynamism he has demonstrated while grappling -- and, occasionally, rapping -- in the ring...Exteriors shot in Australia double convincingly for South Carolina locales. (At least half of the storyline involves a long trek through swamp country.) Overall, though, "The Marine" looks like a production that placed great premium on the pinching of pennies and the cutting of corners. - Joe Leydon 6 of 10
Stuff blows up in The Marine. A lot. Wrestler-turned-bad-actor John Cena, as the titular former Marine John Triton, gets blown out of no less than three exploding buildings. But that does not even include the exploding cars or the lavish gunplay (no one ever seems to run out of ammo in this movie). And one thing is certain in this bullet-sprayed unholy marriage of Rambo and Die Hard: Nobody is ever going to accuse director John Bonito or screenwriters Michell Gallagher and Alan McElroy of subtlety. This brain-damaged action mistake is about as understated as a mortar blast. And in case you've never seen one of those, The Marine is proud to offer a demonstration. - Pam Grady

Product Attributes

Product attributeActor:   Cena,John
Product attributeLabel:   Fox Home Entertainment
Product attributeMusic Format:   Blu-ray DVD
Product attributeVideo Format:   Blu-Ray
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