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All Tommy Wick has to do is deliver a "Package" to a rival crime lord, nicknamed 'The German'. It seems like a routine job, until another gang tries to hijack the precious cargo and Tommy has to fight every inch of the way to deliver it safely. The problem is, the "Package" isn't what Tommy was led to believe, and now he's in even deeper than he ever thought possible. Written by
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After a long string of action films and the highly successful
Expendables series, action starts Dolph Lundgren and Steve Austin team
up to deliver an all-new action film The Package. Both these guys have
proved themselves numerous times over and it's always exciting to see
these kinds of guys team up to deliver the action, but does The Package
deliver or need to be returned to sender?
The Package follows a man with a simple job to deliver a package to a
crime lord named The German, but when another gang tries to steal the
cargo, he is forced to fight to deliver it safely. But when he realizes
the package isn't what he thought it puts him in deeper trouble than he
thought. When you take two big bad ass guys like Austin and Lundgren
you have certain expectations in an action movie. This movie plays OK,
but nowhere near as fun and over the top action as you may hope.
Lundgren is given some interesting new territories to go with a
character that isn't the norm for what he does. Austin seems to be the
more focal point of the story and has some decent action moments, but
overall the film just doesn't deliver the epic punch you may hope for
pitting these two together. The story is fine and simple enough to
serve its point and they both do a fine job, it just seems to be
missing something overall. What action is here is pretty good and
Austin is getting better and better at delivering more realistic
fighting instead of his wrestler persona style. Lundgren has always
been a pro at the action scenes and is no different here.
Overall this is a fine film, just falls a bit short when it comes to
delivering to big action guys like this together. As far as action
films it still holds up well enough and even manages to toss in its own
bit twists here and there to make it a bit more interesting. Let's just
hope these guys get another just together at some point to really
deliver that great action film we hoped for.
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