Movie Reviews: Review and Synopsis Hollywood Movie: The Expendables 2 (2012)
Movie Reviews The Expendables 2, which tells a mission to search for plutonium, The Expendables are a group of mercenaries who often carry out dangerous missions. In the first film, they carry out a mission to overthrow a government.
Still with the old members, Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) as leader, Lee Christmas (Jason Statham) knife expert, Yin Yang (Jet Li) martial arts expert, Gunner Jensen (Dolph Lundgren) weapons specialist, Hale Caesar (Terry Crews) and Toll Road (Randy Couture) explosive expert, as well as a new member namely Billy The Kid (Liam Hemsworth).
The story opens with the release of Dr. Zhou in Nepal, who was then accompanied by Yang, headed to China. They also free Trench (Arnold Schwarzenegger), an old friend. When he returned to New Orleans.
The Expendables got a new mission from Mr. Church (Bruce Willis) to retrieve an important object. Place the object on the plane that crashed in Albania. To make the mission easier, Maggie Chan (Yu Nan), a technician, helped.
When the items have been taken and they intend to return, a group of people led by Jean Vilain (Jean-Claude Van Damme) confronts them. After a fierce fight, Villain manages to take Billy hostage.
He threatened to kill if the item was not given. But when the item was given, Villain still killed Billy and ran away. The situation made the members of The Expendables angry. After searching for information, the item they were looking for was a computer that stored the location of five tons of plutonium.
The plutonium is a legacy from the Soviet Union during the cold war. Villain wants to sell it. If it is in the wrong person's hands, it can put the world in danger. The film by director Simon West and writers Richard Wenk and Sylvester Stallone premiered on August 17, 2012. The duration of 102 minutes.
The Expendables 2 is under the auspices of the Lionsgate production studio. During its screening, the Mojo Box Office recorded revenues of more than 314 million US dollars (US). Some 229 million US dollars of which came from airing internationally.
The Rotten Tomatoes website gave a score of 67 percent. While the audience gave a score of 67 percent. The IMDb website gives a score of 6.6 out of 10. To date, there have been three series of The Expendables.