Jake Carter is assigned to protect a "high-value package," a beautiful whistleblower trying to expose a corrupt army defense contractor.


William Kaufman


Alan B. McElroy, Scott Wiper (based on characters created by) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview:
Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin ... Jake Carter
Melissa Roxburgh ... Olivia Tanis
Josh Blacker ... Andrew Vogel
Matthew MacCaull ... Ethan Smith
Danielle Moinet ... Rachel Dawes (as Summer Rae)
Paul McGillion ... Det. Paul Redman
Roark Critchlow ... Nate Miller
Primo Allon ... Hayes
Fraser Aitcheson ... Grant
Atlin Mitchell Atlin Mitchell ... Trish Ellis
David Lewis ... Officer Scott
Craig Veroni ... Daniels
Dominic Downer ... Unger
Curtis Caravaggio ... Wallace


Jake Carter is assigned to protect a "high-value package," a beautiful whistleblower trying to expose a corrupt military defense contractor. But a heavily armed team of mercenaries has been hired to kill her, along with anyone who gets in their way, and it's going to take a fearless one-man fighting machine to stop them. Written by Shawn Martin

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


There is no greater force than an American hero.

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence throughout | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

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Did You Know?


The Miz is left handed, yet he shoots right in this movie. He shot left handed in the Marine 3. See more »


In the opening titles, the term "Leatherneck" is said to have originated during the Revolutionary War. In fact, these collars were not implemented until 1798, just before the Barbary Pirate war. See more »


Follows The Marine 3: Homefront (2013) See more »


Comin' To Getcha
Written by Darren Elder and Karl Anderson
Performed by The Ghostwriters
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It Offends Marines And Military In General ....

As an U.S. NAVY Sailor I shouldn't like Jar-heads (Stupid military tradition) but this movie is definitely an insult to Marines an all military in general. The poor acting can be questionable even by anyone who's never been in the military. Watching the first minutes of the movie let you see how predictable is going to be, and you wont be disappointed on that appreciation as you expect to be surprise thru the rest of the movie and it just keep getting more and more predictable. Hand-to-hand fights seen so fake that no even the drunkest highly trained marine would ever act like that. Mercenaries would even complained about this movie as they see how the ones in the movie hit the ground and trees 99% of the time while shooting. It just reminded me of the "The A-Team" TV Series. Any ex-military with no acting experience would have given this movie a way better "feeling."

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Release Date:

21 April 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Marine: Moving Target See more »


Box Office


$1,950,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

WWE Studios See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (5.1 surround)



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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