Tells the story of Fisher Willow, the disliked 1920s Memphis débutante daughter of a plantation owner with a distaste for narrow-minded people and a penchant for shocking and insulting ... See full summary »
Bryce Dallas Howard,
A tale of double cross and revenge, centered upon the members of an elite U.S. Special Forces unit sent into the Bolivian jungle on a search and destroy mission. The team-Clay, Jensen, Roque, Pooch and Cougar -find themselves the target of a lethal betrayal instigated from inside by a powerful enemy known only as Max. Presumed dead, the group makes plans to even the score when they're joined by the mysterious Aisha, a beautiful operative with her own agenda. Working together, they must remain deep undercover while tracking the heavily-guarded Max, a ruthless man bent on embroiling the world in a new high-tech global war. Written by
Warner Bros. Pictures
This is the first Dark Castle film without a R-rating. See more »
In the shoot out scene at the end they are supposed to be in Los Angeles, but when they are on the docks and the crane you can clearly see in the background the coast of harbor of San Juan, Puerto Rico. See more »
Come, on, Clay! Look around you. I mean, do you think we're in a position to actually take on some CIA super-spook?
It's a hell of a plan. You know what? Pooch could set up over there by the taco stand, and Jensen could set up communications right there by the hookers.
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The Warner Bros/Dark Castle/Vertigo (DC Comics)/Weed Road Pictures logos are seen in panels from "The Losers" comics, sporting their color scheme. See more »
They certainly are The Losers if you like your story as intense as the action.
'Pay attention to the plot' are five words definitely not needed when watching The Losers. However: 'Let the gargantuan explosions wash over because it's a weekend' are ten words that will become apparent in the first few minutes.
Clay, Jensen, Roque, Pooch and Cougar are Special Forces unit who were sent to Bolivia end up getting deceived by the usual nutter with his usual deformity and his usual essence of mystery. From here on out it's true Michael Bay dedicated destruction with a sprinkle of wit, mainly thanks to Chris Evans (shame he couldn't have done the same for Fantastic 4) and Pooch's delivery of the line: 'Oh, this is Stupid Question Day' you had to be there.
It has a few shockers, despite being built on predictable foundations, which won't make you likely to stop rustling through the popcorn but gives the film a fluent flow as to not make the whole experience completely monotonous. Meaning the only losers here are the ones who turn a deaf ear to the humour and a blind eye to the action because they weren't expecting an experience that is almost as mentally relaxing as Paracetamol.
To put it simply The Losers is fun. Non-stop male responsive happiness from the inception to the finale.
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