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  (in credits order)

Eric Roberts ... Lee Davis

Steve Austin ... Jim Rhodes

Gary Daniels ... Jensen

Marie Avgeropoulos ... Kim Rhodes

Gil Bellows ... Banks

Emilie Ullerup ... Dominika

Michael Eklund ... Geary

Donnelly Rhodes ... Sheriff Westlake

Michael Hogan ... Lawson

Adrian Holmes ... Crab
Brent Stait ... Walt

Darcy Laurie ... Gangbanger #1
Lloyd Adams ... Gangbanger #2

Kimani Ray Smith ... Gangbanger #3 (as Kimani Smith)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Victor Formosa ... Dakota (uncredited)
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Directed by
Keoni Waxman 
Writing credits
Frank Hannah (written by)

Produced by
Tim Brown .... executive producer (as Tim J. Brown)
Tara Cowell-Plain .... executive producer
Dureyshevar .... co-executive producer
Peter Girges .... co-executive producer
Jack Heller .... executive producer
Jack Nasser .... executive producer
Jack Nasser .... producer
Joseph Nasser .... executive producer
Dallas Sonnier .... executive producer
Original Music by
Michael Richard Plowman 
Cinematography by
Tom Harting (director of photography) (as Thomas M. Harting)
Film Editing by
Jamie Alain 
Amanda I. Kirpaul  (as A. Kirpaul)
Casting by
Candice Elzinga 
Production Design by
Brian Davie 
Set Decoration by
Grayson Hosie 
Costume Design by
Andrea Desroches  (as Andrea Des Roches)
Makeup Department
Teresa A. Meyer .... key makeup artist (as Teresa Meyer)
Trish Porter .... makeup assistant
Forest Sala .... key hair stylist
Janet Sala .... hair assistant
Production Management
Tara Cowell-Plain .... production manager
Todd Giroux .... post-production supervisor: NGN (as Tood Giroux)
Nancy Valle .... executive in charge of post-production: Anchor Bay Films
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dale Bredeson .... third assistant director
Jennifer Carpenter Hernandez .... third assistant director (as Jennifer Carpenter)
Robert Crippen .... first assistant director
Peter Dashkewytch .... first assistant director: splinter unit
Peter Dashkewytch .... second assistant director: main unit
Chris Garbasauskas .... trainee assistant director
Melissa R. Stubbs .... second unit director (as Melissa Stubbs)
Lauro Chartrand .... additional director: second unit (uncredited)
Art Department
Robert Barton .... on-set dresser
Paul Birch .... construction foreman
Greg Coombs .... head greens
Ikeda-Barry .... playback animator
Miranda Middleditch .... set dresser
Darren Moore .... head greensperson
Tyler Page .... props master
Robert Pratt .... storyboard artist (as Rob Pratt)
Tullis Rose .... assistant props
Kris Sandberg .... lead dresser
Chris Thompson .... construction coordinator
Sean Whale .... assistant set decorator
Jason Hedley .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Sound Department
John Boyle .... sound mixer
Brian Campbell .... dialogue editor
Jay Cheetham .... backgrounds editor
Kelly Cole .... sound re-recording mixer
Matt Dawson .... adr mixer: Vancouver
James Fonnyadt .... sound designer
David Green .... foley recordist
David Green .... sound effects editor
Kirby Jinnah .... sound supervisor
Benjamin MacDonald .... boom operator (as Ben Mcdonald)
Jason Mauza .... foley editor
Laurie Melhus .... post audio manager
Glen Noseworthy .... foley mixer
Iain Pattison .... sound re-recording mixer
Candyce Redmond .... assistant sound editor
Tony Rodney .... assistant sound editor
Roger Stafeckis .... additional sound mixer (as Roger Stefakis)
Ann Townshend .... assistant sound editor (as Anne Townshend)
James Wallace .... sound effects editor
Joe Watts .... sound re-recording mixer
Matt Hovland .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Javier Marin Leyton .... foley artist (uncredited)
Bill Mellow .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Christopher M. Ray .... m&e re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Jeffrey Butterworth .... special effects first assistant (as Jeff Butterworth)
Tony Lazarowich .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Keith Barry .... computer graphics
Angel Carrasco .... visual effects intern
Paul Cox .... visual effects creator
Paul Cox .... visual effects supervisor
Pete Mastalyr .... visual effects compositor (as Peter Masterly)
Jose Damian Gajardo Schneider .... visual effects intern
Kerry Stolp .... visual effects compositor
Lloyd Adams .... stunt actor: Gangbanger #2
James Bamford .... stunt coordinator (as James Banford)
James Bamford .... stunt double: Banks (as James Banford)
Loyd Bateman .... stunt double: Jensen
Chad Bellamy .... stunt double: Banks (as Chad Bettamy)
Claude Bouchard .... stunt rigger
Dustin Brooks .... stunt rigger
Simon Burnett .... stunt double: Banks
Neil Caldwell .... stunt rigger
Neil Caldwell .... water safety
Lauro Chartrand .... stunt coordinator
Robert Crippen .... stunt double: Banks
Mike Desabrais .... stunt double: Banks
Dave Dunaway .... stunt rigger
Chris Geisler .... stunt rigger
Chris Geisler .... water safety
David Jacox .... stunt double: Jim
Paul Lazenby .... stunt double: Steve Austin
Chris Link .... stunt rigger
J.J. Makaro .... stunt double: Sheriff (as JJ Makaro)
Patrick Mark .... stunt double: Banks
Gaston Morrison .... stunt driver: Rhino
Scott Nicholson .... stunt double: Lawson
Rick Pearce .... stunt double: Jim
Chad Sayn .... stunt coordinator
Kimani Ray Smith .... stunt actor: Gangbanger #3 (as Kimani Smith)
Shawn Stewart .... stunt double: Jim, physical
Sylvesta Stuart .... stunt double: Crab
Melissa R. Stubbs .... stunt coordinator (as Melissa Stubbs)
Rick Weeks .... stunt double: Jim
Camera and Electrical Department
Bob Akester .... still photographer
Michael Bailey .... lamp operator (as Mike Bailey)
Mitch Bax .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Cory Budney .... first assistant camera operator
Jonathan Chapman .... best boy electric
T.C. Chapman .... gaffer (as TC Chapman)
Marco Ciccone .... camera operator: "b" camera
John Dines .... generator operator
Kevin Fairbairn .... grip
Stefan Fjeldsted .... camera trainee
Derrick Garland .... generator operator
Chris Helcermanas-Benge .... still photographer
Jennifer Lawson .... best boy electric
C. Kim Miles .... director of photography: "b" unit (as Kim Miles)
Tyler Jinx Moore .... key grip: insert unit
Mark Neville .... dolly grip
Tyler Olson .... best boy grip
Dylan Paul .... balloon light technician
Colin Robson .... grip
Dave Roman .... first assistant camera operator: "b" camera
Doug Schwartz .... camera operator (as Douglas Schwartz)
Christopher Tate .... key grip (as Chris Tate)
David Yeung .... second assistant camera
Katie Yu .... still photographer
Pauline Heaton .... underwater cinematographer (uncredited)
Doug Schwartz .... Steadicam operator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Lisa Ratke .... extras casting
Martina Smyth .... casting associate: Canada
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Erin Evans .... truck costumer
Jolyne Maier .... costumer: extras
Jolyne Maier .... costumer: prep
Heike Mavlhardt .... assistant costume designer (as Heike Maulhardt)
Sara Rakhshandeh .... on-set costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Carey Dickson .... post operations manager
Jason Koroluk .... on-line editor
Shannon Y.F. Lum .... assistant editor (as Shannon Lum)
Ismael Ribeiro .... facility engineer
Alex Tkach .... post-production executive
Transportation Department
Than Hadjioannou .... driver
Ben Liljedahl .... transport captain
Kent MacDonald .... transport captain (as Kent Macdonald)
Jordan MacKay .... driver (as Jordan Mackay)
Rick MacKay .... transport coordinator
Brian Mcrae .... driver (as Brian McRae)
Geoff Obadia .... driver
Peter Road .... driver
Mark Schmitke .... driver: cast (uncredited)
Other crew
Stephanie Black .... product placement assistant (as Stéphanie Black)
Mackenzie Busch .... production assistant: LA
Valentina Carp .... post-production accountant
Laura Collini .... script supervisor: second unit
Sarah Collins .... first assistant production coordinator
Geoffrey Dodd .... key production assistant
Mike Doiron .... assistant location manager (as Michael Doiron)
Paul Duke .... assistant chef: Truffles Fine Foods
Alex Ferrari .... office assistant: LA
Dion York Foley .... assistant: Mr. Nasser (as Dion Foley)
Saiid Ghahreman .... office assistant: LA
Rahni Gill .... craft service
Rahni Gill .... first aid
Jeff Goldman .... international distribution
David Harris .... office assistant: LA
Asher M. Isak .... key location production assistant (as Asher Isak)
Drew Kennedy .... assistant chef: Truffles Fine Foods
Yale Kussin .... production coordinator
Elissa Malek .... office assistant: LA
Nat McCormick .... world sales executive
Keith McQuiggan .... second assistant production coordinator (as Keith Mcquiggan)
Janice Melnyck .... script supervisor (as Janice Melnyk)
Finn Michael .... stand-in (as Finn Michaels)
Elizabeth Mueller .... post-production accountant
Rhonda Onstad .... stand-in
Jaime Peters .... assistant production accountant
Tracey Renyard .... location manager
David Riben .... chef: Truffles Fine Foods (as Dave Riben)
Julius Saito .... office assistant: LA
Sean Seguin .... production accountant
Lynn Spencer .... key location production assistant
Ryan Steacy .... main armourer
Steven Stiller .... key location production assistant (as Steve Stiller)
Danny Webber .... legal services: Hall Webber, LLP
Kerryn Arcari .... production assistant (uncredited)
Tim Barley .... the producers wish to thank: RIM Blackberry
Susan Black .... the producers wish to thank: Panasonic Canada Inc.
Debbie Ditchfield .... the producers wish to thank: Diamondback Tactical
Sven E. Harms .... the producers wish to thank: Pioneer Research
Rob Horvath .... the producers wish to thank: North Pole Ltd.
Judy Hyszczak .... the producers wish to thank: BLACKHAWK
Kevin Kasha .... the producers wish to thank
Michael Kobold .... the producers wish to thank: Kobold Watch Co.
Gary Marbut .... the producers wish to thank: Montana Shooting Sports Association [MSSA]
Tamara Mueller .... the producers wish to thank: Molson
Michele Sanchez .... the producers wish to thank
James Shapiro .... the producers wish to thank
Josh Thomashow .... the producers wish to thank
Richard Turner .... the producers wish to thank

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Rated R for violence and language throughout
98 min
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Steve Austin, Gary Daniels and Eric Roberts are the main villains in The Expendables (2010)See more »
Errors in geography: Near the end when Rhodes is sliding down the rock face it is smooth, after he lands the rock is jagged behind him, in the next shot the face is smooth again and when he starts to climb in the next shot it is jagged again.See more »
[first lines]
Title Card:Texas. Somewhere near the border.
Jim Rhodes:There it is at eleven hundred. Doesn't look like much, but our informant swears it's a clearing house for human trafficking.
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21 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Oh it's a stinker alright, 16 November 2010
Author: Mike from Hope B.C. Canada

And I was generous with three stars, of ten. Explanation to come.

A buddy rented this one and brought it over. Starring the only two known 'actors' Steve Austin and Eric Roberts (who has stumbled along on his acting career, never approaching his more famous sister Julia's prominence), Hunt to Kill starts out with a familiar formula: Two cop (southern border guard?) buddies, the two already mentioned, staking out a trailer in the desert. It's desert so it must be the southern US border. They call for backup and then decide to storm the trailer without waiting for the backup to arrive.

At this point we can see what's going to happen in this movie. The writer is going to have the characters do totally illogical things because he hasn't taken any care to advance the story in a plausible fashion, and we the audience will spend the rest of the show rolling our eyes saying all the while, 'Now why on Earth would somebody do that?'. The movie delivers.

Of course the bust goes wrong. Eric Roberts must have been expensive because he's only on the screen long enough to get killed. The trailer is full of hidden bad guys and everything blows up in magnificent fashion, leaving only Steve Austin knocked flat but alive.

Next thing we know it's four years later and Austin has transformed into some sort of Rambo-like master of the forest and now he's in the Pacific Northwest. All the setup with the trailer and the killed partner? It has nothing at all to do with the rest of the movie except maybe to establish that Austin is tough. Oh, and we see him being given a birthday present of a watch with a woven band that can be unravelled into a rope.

The story shifts to a group of bad guys who have stolen some bonds and who are not only baby kicking bad but who betray each another at the drop of a hat. They kidnap Austin, actually kidnapping his newly appeared incredibly stupid daughter to force his cooperation in order that he should lead them through the forest to their fellow bad guy who has stolen their stolen bonds (don't ask) and taken off with a guide to sneak into Canada through the forest... (I warned you) The watch with the magic rope band that we expected Austin to use to save the day at some point? At one point the McGuffin (bag of bonds) had fallen off a cliff, Austin volunteers to go get it and just up and produces this magic watch band rope in front of everybody, unwinds it, and heads over the edge! Oh, that twist caught me by surprise! I had a great laugh over the fact that the watch-band rope once unravelled, became a half inch line of a good couple hundred feet in length.

Of course the bad guys betray him, grab the McGuffin, cut the rope so that Austin falls off the cliff, and leave him for dead. Of course he's not dead.

The forest part allows the story to go the way of presenting Austin as Rambo, although he runs through the bush in a very awkward fashion as though he were wearing high heels. We get to enjoy seeing such eye rolling and laughter inspiring events as Austin leaning back against a log in the middle of the forest and discovering a bag slung up into a tree, that contains a compound hunting bow! How handy. You can almost hear the scriptwriter say to himself, "Now I want to introduce a hunting bow for Austin, how can I do that?" "I know, he just finds it in a bag, strung up in a tree!"

Mind you, later Austin discards the bow when he has shot all of the arrows. You can't reuse undamaged arrows, it seems.

There are enough scenes to inspire laughter that I didn't pull the DVD out of the player. It was funny enough to keep watching, I'll give it that. There were some visually stunning scenes shot around the abandoned Brittania copper mine in Southwest British Columbia and cliff scenes obviously shot around nearby Squamish.

I can't give it all away but I've said enough I think. Austin has to rescue his daughter before the bad guys can escape with her to Canada. It's not so awful you can't get a laugh or two, but it's pretty awful.

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