History Film / TheExpendables

22nd Aug '17 4:04:37 PM YT45
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*** They are called the Expendables because Barney has become so jaded and dark over the years, that he believes the world would be no better off if he dies. Tool manages to convince him to change this.

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*** They are called the Expendables because Barney has become so jaded and dark over the years, that he believes the world would be no better off if he lives or dies. Tool manages to convince him to change this.



-->'''Lee:''' British.

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-->'''Lee:''' British.(To Barney) [[DeadpanSnarker Since when?]]



-->'''Toll Road:''' (looking at team) [[DeadpanSnarker Retards.]]

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-->'''Toll Road:''' (looking at team) team, shaking his head) [[DeadpanSnarker Retards.]]
8th Aug '17 4:17:23 AM Dibol
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* ThrowAwayGuns: Sometimes to ditch extra weight, sometimes out of necessity. Special mention goes to Yang in the second movie, who throws his gun ''at'' a mook to knock them out before grabbing [[FryingPanOfDoom the frying pans]].

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* ThrowAwayGuns: Sometimes to ditch extra weight, sometimes out of necessity. Special mention goes to Yang in the second movie, who throws his not-working gun ''at'' a mook to knock them out before grabbing [[FryingPanOfDoom the frying pans]].
2nd Aug '17 4:13:37 AM StFan
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** One of the first things Doc mentions after being freed is his desire to put on some “fine threads”

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** One of the first things Doc mentions after being freed is his desire to put on some “fine threads”threads”



** The use of JumpCut in every fight scene means that the protagonists appear to fight like [[Film/{{X-Men}} Nightcrawler]].

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** The use of JumpCut in every fight scene means that the protagonists appear to fight like [[Film/{{X-Men}} [[Film/XMen Nightcrawler]].
21st Jul '17 7:09:51 PM Frankencastle
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* {{Eagleland}}: Type 2 for the ex-CIA guys (Munroe and his baddies) who represent the nastier aspects of American activity in Central America. Not bad guys, though. Just gray.
8th Jul '17 12:40:12 PM nombretomado
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** Arguable for JetLi, as TheOtherWiki reports that scheduling conflicts with another film prevented him from participating in anything more than the first part of the film.

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** Arguable for JetLi, as TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki reports that scheduling conflicts with another film prevented him from participating in anything more than the first part of the film.
22nd Jun '17 4:28:16 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* CaliforniaDoubling:
** The "Albania" of the sequel was filmed in Bulgaria.
** In ''2'', the abandoned military "simulation town" is clearly a Hollywood studio backlot, most likely that of Warner Bros.
16th May '17 5:18:44 PM nombretomado
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** "What've we got? [[TwoAndAHalfMen Four and a half men?]]"

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** "What've we got? [[TwoAndAHalfMen [[Series/TwoAndAHalfMen Four and a half men?]]"
26th Mar '17 1:05:59 PM nombretomado
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* DuelingStarsMovie: May just displace ''Film/FaceOff'' and ''OceansEleven''

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* DuelingStarsMovie: May just displace ''Film/FaceOff'' and ''OceansEleven'' ''Film/OceansEleven''
4th Feb '17 1:28:22 AM erforce
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** Barney Ross was the name of an American boxer from the 1930s. His name could be a reference to the fact that one of Sylvester Stallone's best known characters is [[Film/{{Rocky}} a boxer.]]

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** Barney Ross was the name of an American boxer from the 1930s. His name could be a reference to the fact that one of Sylvester Stallone's best known characters is [[Film/{{Rocky}} [[Franchise/{{Rocky}} a boxer.]]
29th Dec '16 8:21:37 AM xcountryguy
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The actual plot starts with a mission to deal with boat hijackers, Gunnar is expelled from the team for his unpredictable behavior. Ross gets a new job from the mysterious Mr. Church (Creator/BruceWillis). He hires the team to go into a BananaRepublic and [[OneManArmy single-handedly]] take down a dictator's (David Zayas) regime. After a disastrous scouting mission, they learn Church is connected to the CIA and their real job is to upset the profiteering from a rogue CIA agent James Munroe (Eric Roberts), who has a particularly nasty bodyguard named Paine (Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin). They agree the mission is suicide and doing CIA dirty work, but their contact Sandra (Giselle Itie) was captured by Munroe and they feel [[AlwaysSaveTheGirl obligated to rescue her]], and Gunnar is not [[HeelFaceTurn happy with being rejected from the team]].

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The actual plot starts with a mission to deal with boat hijackers, Gunnar is expelled from the team for his unpredictable behavior. Ross gets a new job from the mysterious Mr. Church (Creator/BruceWillis). He hires the team to go into a BananaRepublic and [[OneManArmy single-handedly]] take down a dictator's (David Zayas) regime. After a disastrous scouting mission, they learn Church is connected to the CIA and their real job is to upset the profiteering from a rogue CIA agent James Munroe (Eric Roberts), who has a particularly nasty bodyguard named Paine (Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin). They initially agree the to walk away from a likely suicide mission is suicide and from doing CIA the CIA's dirty work, but their contact Sandra (Giselle Itie) was is captured by Munroe and they feel [[AlwaysSaveTheGirl obligated to rescue her]], and Gunnar is not [[HeelFaceTurn happy with being rejected from the team]].
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