A group of young international military fighters join with their tough veteran leader to protect a young boy, whose family was murdered. Now they must figure out who are the good guys and bad guys before they all end up dead.
Los Internationals is a more serious Latino take on the Expendables and the A-Team, that will feature a team of all Spanish speaking characters who represent different parts of South America and the Caribbean. The film will be fun and have lots of heart but will also take a closer look at real violence in our society and the glorification of it in video games; comparing the two to show the vast contrast and its true impact on our children.
It could've been a really awesome movie - the cinematography was good, the location and sets looked great and the casting and performances were decent and convincing. But from the start in hearing that loud, obnoxious, unfitting and overbearing score, I knew this movie was going to be your typical B movie flop. The directing was choppy, all over the place and amateurish. The writing was just terrible and riddled with plot and technical issues. The 100 min runtime felt longer with more filler and little substance to the story. Had the screenplay been reviewed and edited by a seasoned writer, this story would have been much better.
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