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Renegades (2017)

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A team of Navy SEALs discover an underwater treasure in a Bosnian lake.

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Steven Quale
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Cast overview, first billed only:
J.K. Simmons ... Levin
Sullivan Stapleton ... Matt Barnes
Charlie Bewley ... Stanton Baker
Sylvia Hoeks ... Lara Simic
Joshua Henry ... Ben Moran
Diarmaid Murtagh ... Kurt Duffy
Dimitri Leonidas ... Jack Porter
Clemens Schick ... Petrovic
Ewen Bremner ... Jim Rainey
Peter Davor Peter Davor ... General Milic
Mahamadou Coulibaly ... Detroit Turner
Alain Blazevic Alain Blazevic ... Boris
Karim Cherif ... Milenko
Denis Brizic Denis Brizic ... Kurjak
Marko Cindric ... Peter The Bartender
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A team of Navy SEALs discover an underwater treasure in a Bosnian lake.

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$300 million. 5 Navy SEALs. 1 impossible heist. See more »


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Rated PG-13 for violence, brief sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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France | Belgium | Germany | USA

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English | Croatian | German | Serbian

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28 June 2018 (Germany) See more »

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The Lake See more »

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Karlovac, Croatia See more »

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€66,190,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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After directing Strike Back star Richard Armitage in Into the Storm, Quale directs another Strike Back protagonist in Sullivan Stapleton See more »

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If a dam is destroyed, the rush water from the reservoir above it will destroy and wash away almost everything below it, but the level of the water below will drain back down to where it was before the dam was destroyed, which will be approximately the same as it was before the dam was built. A town below the dam won't still be submerged in a lake years later. See more »


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More like $300 Rusty Metals, One Lousy Mission
1 September 2017 | by tomholland2016See all my reviews

The premise started off mediocre, somehow reminding you of The Expendables series. The audience would probably think of it as a rip-off to the movie as it has that similar environment with its freakin' huge tank smashing through walls and smearing dirt over the roads while the S.A.S (Rival) trying to put a stop to it and arrest them for their own sake. The scene here did not fortify anything for the sake of the plot except on showing the team they were reckless enough on a very confidential mission.

As part of that, most of the actions scenes, well probably all of them that were shown in the official trailer were seen only in that first 20 minutes of the film. The second and third act did not maintain its action-heroic sequences that we thought it's going to take place on that before the screening started.

The dialogues were kind cheesy, saying words and the quite bland witty one-liners that merely gave us a smile or a sudden chuckle.

The cinematography was corny. For one, the color effect did not live up to its standard expectation as for us who are living in a world surrounding with techs. The coloring style was dull that added the clichéd-ness of the entire film.

Sullivan Stapleton did a good job with his acting but not as great as he was previously in the five seasons of Strike Back. J.K. Simmons also put some hope for the film to lighten its mood but the rest of the casts seem to be against the notion.

As the film went on until the final climax scene, we were expecting probably an action scene to wrap the movie nicely but surprisingly, none of the mentioned scene was provided unless if you call a dozen of grenades being anchored into the deep water and a 20-second featuring soldiers firing guns an action scene then.. hell yeah.

Not a great movie to be made in 2017. It should have been done 10 years earlier as audience would appreciate this popcorn flick film. 30/100


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