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This marks the fifth time Iko Uwais and Yayan Ruhian share the screen in a feature film. These credits include Merantau, The Raid: Redemption, The Raid 2 and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. See more »
16min in, Mark the "seasond" detective asks his partner for a hand gun then asks if he has more "clips". No trained detective or any person that knows about guns would call magazines for a handgun "clips". See more »
When it all falls apart, you can surrender on sight. You can run for the exits or you can fight back... to your last breath. Until there's nothing left.
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If you thought the first one was bad, you ain't seen nothing yet..
Where to start, on a high i guess at the end... It finished with a comedy blooper reel which was the only time either someone on the screen or in the room i watched it in, smiled.
After the first film you would of thought the government would of used the alien wrecks to figure something out should they attack again, nope, they go down in seconds... though after 40 mins of listening to a baby crying a smack head in the jungle figures out how to destroy them in about 30 seconds, thou not before deciphering a childs human genome in less than a minute of course. Not that the armies advance weaponry was needed as a few jit stains from the jungle managed to kill most of the aliens with a selection of small knifes.
This has just taken over Skyline as the worst sci-fi movie I've ever seen, how they got the green light for a sequel is beyond any reasonable logic, if you like those £2 Steven Segal movies you see in bins at petrol stations, then your likely to bump into this quicker than most. And if you thought it was good, you seriously need to reassess your standards... or get some in first place...
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