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As I mentioned previously, my gas got turned off. I'm moving soon, so I've been getting my house ready to be sold. Part of that includes turning on the gas again so that the inspector can make sure everything's fine.

At noon a knock lands upon my door. I open it and see a towering black man standing in the doorway. He's at least six feet tall, at least four feet wide, and is wearing a hard hat. A grin spreads across his face.

"It's the LOOOOOVEEE DOCCCTORR!!" he proclaims.

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Movie: The Expendables 3 / Genre: Action / Rating: 2.9/5


Even though I prefer films with a bit of a higher calibre when it comes to storylines and finesse, seeing an occasional action movie is not uncommon for me. What can I say, sometimes everyone needs a bit of an adrenaline rush at the movie theatres. And if you’re one of those people who enjoy a rush like that then The Expendables 3 is right up your alley.

Following the group of guns for hire once more, this film does not fail to bring action and classic action stars in a fun mix that is ultimately entertaining. As long as that’s all you’re after though…anything more is asking a little too much.

The plot, as in most action movies, is failing in its development and how it runs. It’s a pretty predictable plot; Barney Ross (Sylvester Stalone) decides he’s going to cut off the old crew in order to “save them” and hires some new guys, spends most of the movie in denial of taking his old crew back. Off and on like this until finally, in the film’s finale, the old crew joins him again to take on the baddie and help save the new crew. This was an ending that was expected from the get-go.

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