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Os Mercenários 2

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Os Mercenários 2
Os Mercenários 2 Rating: 57 out of 100 based on 38 reviews.

Plot

Stallone, Statham, Rourke, Lundgren, Couture and Crews return as hard-edged but noble mercenaries in the second installment of Sylvester Stallone’s old-school action thriller, The Expendables.

As payback for taking out the corrupt CIA agent Monroe (Eric Roberts) in the first Expendables, cagey Agent Church (Bruce Willis) forces the Expendables to do an “easy mission”: retrieve a missing CIA package from Gazak, a civil war torn country in Easter Europe.

The easy mission turns deadly when the Expendables are ambushed by a team of ruthless rival mercs, the Sangunaires, competing to get the same package. Tool (Mickey Rourke), the heart and souleof the Expendables, is brutally murdered by Vilain, the leader of the bloodthirsty guns for hire. Still, the Expendables manage to pull of the mission and return with the CIA package, but it’s a hollow victory.

As their thoughts turn from grief to revenge, Tool’s beautiful young daughter Fiona shows up. Cut from the same stone as her dad, she wants to join the Expendables when they hunt down Vilain and his men. Barney (Stallone) promises her the Expendables will avenge Tool’s death, but will not risk putting his best friend’s daughter in harm’s way.

Fiona, who is young and wile, embarks on her own revenge mission, complicating matters for Barney when she is captured and ransomed by VIlain. Now Barney and the expendables must risk everything to save her, kidnapping CIA Agent Church and pulling off a daring heist of the CIA package they were hired to bring back.

When Agent Church reveals why the CIA package is so valuable to Vilain, the stakes go up even higher. Inside the package are canisters of radioactive cesium which Vilain has been tasked with releasing on the people’s uprising that threatens the thirty year rule of Gazak’s vicious dictator, President Dogot.

The Expendables, along with Agent Church, are now faced with an impossible mission: rescue Fiona, foil a dictator’s vicious plot to kill scores of innocent people, and avenge the death of one of their own. ~ Gordon And The Whale

Read more: www.shockya.com/news/2011/11/07/the-expendables-2-movie-poster/#ixzz1gmzFIZyg

Production
Director:Simon West
Producer:Boaz Davidson (executive producer)
Danny Dimbort (executive producer)
Avi Lerner (producer)
Trevor Short (executive producer)
Kevin King Templeton (producer)
Guymon Casady (executive producer)
Jason Constantine (executive producer)
Robert Earl (executive producer)
Jon Feltheimer (executive producer)
Basil Iwanyk (executive producer)
Matthew O'Toole (co-producer)
Les Weldon (producer)
Danny Lerner (producer)
John Thompson (producer)
Zygi Kamasa (co-producer)
Lonnie Ramati (co-executive producer)
J. Celeste Salzer (associate producer)
Writer:David Agosto (story) and)
Ken Kaufman (story) &)
Sylvester Stallone (screenplay)
Dave Callaham (characters)
Richard Wenk (story)
Reviews for Os Mercenários 2
Reel Film Reviews
An impressive step up from its agreeable predecessor, The Expendables 2 follows the title mercenaries (Sylvester Stallone's Barney Ross, Jason Statham's Lee Christmas, Jet Li's Ying Yang, Terry Crews' Hale Caesar, Dolph Lundgren's Gunner Jensen...
Read review16 Aug 2012
Big Picture Big Sound
Everybody's favorite action heroes (and then some) are back for more balls-to-the-wall, ass-kicking adventure in "The Expendables 2". Though there's some new blood this time around, the amount of blood spilled is familiar.
Read review17 Aug 2012
TheCinemaSource
Sylvester Stallone is back in the sequel to the beat-em-up hit, in The Expendables 2. Stallone returns with all the tough guy favorites of action movie history: Jet Li, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Terry Crews, Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarznegger...
madison.com
Capping off the summer box office with explosive action, “The Expendables 2” offers the send-off that adrenaline junkies are seeking before the more sedate pace of fall releases. As he proved with the original installment, Sylvester Stallone grasps the...
Read review17 Aug 2012
New York Post
More fun and somewhat more coherent than its Sylvester Stallone-directed predecessor, “The Expendables 2’’ serves up a planeload of thickly sliced, well-aged beef and ham amid lots of stuff getting blown up.
Read review16 Aug 2012
Articles
It seems that the Expendables phenomenon continues to grow, with the action extravaganza having kick-started Arnie and Sly's flagging careers, set up a potential second sequel, and now apparently having spawned an all-female incarnation.
George Wales(totalfilm.com) - 2012-08-21
If action movies of the 80s and 90s are my religion, then The Expendables 2 just gave me my last rites. Lionsgate is letting us premiere a new poster that features the entire kick-ass cast assembled along one of the most famous tables in artistic history
Dave Trumbore - 2012-08-05
Lionsgate has released a new behind-the-scenes featurette for The Expendables 2. The new film has Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) and his gang of mercenaries out for revenge, and also having to deal with a baddie (Jean-Claude Van Damme) who wants some
Matt Goldberg - 2012-07-28
We're just days away from having the cast of The Expendables 2 take the stage at Comic-Con's Hall H and, prepping for the Thursday panel, The LA Times has revealed a special poster that fans will have the chance to pick up in San Diego. Check it out below
ComingSoon.net - 2012-07-10
Reviews for Os Mercenários 2
Reel Film Reviews
An impressive step up from its agreeable predecessor, The Expendables 2 follows the title mercenaries (Sylvester Stallone's Barney Ross, Jason Statham's Lee Christmas, Jet Li's Ying Yang, Terry Crews' Hale Caesar, Dolph Lundgren's Gunner Jensen...
Read review16 Aug 2012
Big Picture Big Sound
Everybody's favorite action heroes (and then some) are back for more balls-to-the-wall, ass-kicking adventure in "The Expendables 2". Though there's some new blood this time around, the amount of blood spilled is familiar.
Read review17 Aug 2012
TheCinemaSource
Sylvester Stallone is back in the sequel to the beat-em-up hit, in The Expendables 2. Stallone returns with all the tough guy favorites of action movie history: Jet Li, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Terry Crews, Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarznegger...
madison.com
Capping off the summer box office with explosive action, “The Expendables 2” offers the send-off that adrenaline junkies are seeking before the more sedate pace of fall releases. As he proved with the original installment, Sylvester Stallone grasps the...
Read review17 Aug 2012
New York Post
More fun and somewhat more coherent than its Sylvester Stallone-directed predecessor, “The Expendables 2’’ serves up a planeload of thickly sliced, well-aged beef and ham amid lots of stuff getting blown up.
Read review16 Aug 2012
Fresno Bee
"Expendables 2" has one rule: Go astronomically big or go home.That's why this explosive sequel is an overblown, testosterone-driven assault on the senses loaded with aging action stars who make up a senior citizen brigade.
Read review16 Aug 2012
Crave Online
If I could sum up The Expendables 2 in just three words, it would be “No Girls Allowed.” In this modern age of ours, women are as likely as anyone to get caught up in campy macho displays and even thoroughly unnecessary explosions, but that’s not the...
Read review16 Aug 2012
The A.V. Club
The first Expendables movie benefitted enormously from nostalgia, not just for the cast of action icons like Sylvester Stallone, but for a time when action meant crude Golan-Globus productions with practical effects, big explosions, and ’roided-out...
Read review17 Aug 2012
Reel Views
The Expendables 2 does not defy expectations; it defines them. If you think you know what the movie will deliver, you're probably right. No surprises, no twists. Even more than the original The Expendables, this feels like an homage to the '80s...
Read review17 Aug 2012
7M Pictures
I grew up in the 80s, so much of my free time was spent in movie theaters and on my couch watching the tough guy films of the stars of that era. I lived on a steady stream of Schwarzenegger, Stallone and Willis movies.
Rolling Stone
I wanted to like this movie. Really. Old guard action stars Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, Jet Li, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Bruce Willis, Chuck Norris and Arnold Schwarzenegger out to prove they can still cut the mustard.
Read review16 Aug 2012
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
In every way bigger and better than the first film, THE EXPENDABLES 2 is super-charged adrenaline rush that makes up in brawn whatever it lacks in brains. By comparison, the first film- which I flipped for a couple of years ago...
Read review15 Aug 2012
Fan The Fire
Written and Directed by Sarah Polley (Away From Her) Take this Waltz pits two contrasting images of love against one another; the comfort, security and companionship of a loving marriage versus the excitement and danger of a passionate affair.
Read review17 Aug 2012
FirstShowing.net
In The Expendables 2, Arnold Schwarzenegger name drops Rambo while sharing a frame with Chuck Norris. If you're a child of the '80s, this just blew your mind. That's exactly what Sylvester Stallone hopes with this follow-up to his 2010 endeavor to...
Read review17 Aug 2012
Film.com
There are three words that handily sum up the “why not?” attitude that drives and defines “The Expendables 2”: “male pattern badness.”
Read review16 Aug 2012
Entertainment Weekly
The rhomboid-headed action heroes who convene in The Expendables 2 — among them, Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, Bruce Willis, and special guest badasses Arnold Schwarzenegger and Chuck Norris — are realistically thick of waist, uncannily smooth...
Read review28 Aug 2012
Monsters and Critics
One online dictionary defines vaudeville as “Light theatrical entertainment, consisting of a succession of short acts. A vaudeville show usually included comedians, singers, dancers, jugglers, trained animals, magicians, and the like” which pretty much...
Read review16 Aug 2012
Hollywood
It's rare that a sequel trumps the original, but The Expendables 2 manages to do just that, with a steady stream of one-liners and welcome, weathered faces, as well as a few new ingredients. E2 seems even more self-aware of its own silliness...
Seattle Times
Of course, "The Expendables 2" is all good fun and games and recycled catchphrases. Until somebody gets hurt. A lot of somebodies.
Read review16 Aug 2012
Slant Magazine
Even more so than its 2010 predecessor, The Expendables 2 feels like a juiced-up wish-fulfillment fantasy. The second go-around for Sly Stallone and Avi Lerner's super franchise is nothing if not a colossally silly indulgence—as much for its padded out...
Read review13 Aug 2012
iHaveNet.com
Of course, "The Expendables 2" is all good fun and games and recycled catchphrases. Until somebody gets hurt. A lot of somebodies.
CinemaBlend.com
If you bought into the gory, glorious premise of The Expendables, but were disappointed by the slack plot and dull action, The Expendables 2 is here to win you back over. Boasting even more beefy action stars of various vintages and skills, plus an obsce
Mania.com
The Expendables 2 forces us critics to look deep down into our souls and confront the dark realties lurking there. We thus find ourselves saying unthinkable things like “Dolph Lundgren really steals the show,” and “I’ve missed Jean-Claude Van Damme’s...
Read review17 Aug 2012
Movies.com
Thing is, the biggest joke taking place in the world of the Expendables is its own existence. Watching Chuck Norris emerge from the smoke of a super-assault -- one that he alone caused, one that resulted in the death of dozens of bad guys at once, one...
Shadows on the Wall
Although there's been no attempt to tone down the first film's bloodthirsty hyperviolence or dim-witted plotting, this sequel is a massive improvement simply because they have fun with the premise. As a result, so do we.
Read review6 Aug 2012
doddleNEWS
Sylvester Stallone’s Barney is back … and unfortunately, he’s still blushing like a June bride. For a 66-year-old man who’s in excellent physical shape, Stallone should wear his age with pride, rather than making some vainglorious attempt to reverse...
Read review18 Aug 2012
Time Out London
Can Sly Stallone still get it up? That’s the dilemma of the first minutes of ‘The Expendables 2’ as his ageing mercenary flies his warplane low over water and struggles to clear a dam. Stallone is back for a second stab at recapturing the glory...
Indian Express
DOES more bucks for the bang also mean more bangs for the buck? In this case, yes. Hundred million dollars get you Hollywood's biggest action stars wielding their biggest guns, saving the smallest guys (from somewhere in South East Asia to somewhere...
Read review24 Aug 2012
TotalFilm.com
Stallone, Statham, Schwarzenegger, Willis, JCVD, Norris… it’s a wonder the expanded Expendables 2 cast can fit their names on the poster, let alone their big faces.
Read review13 Aug 2012
Koimoi.com
The opening of The Expendables 2 is bang bang with the rough-tuff group of mercenaries on a rescue mission, at Sindhupalchawk, Nepal. They on three fully loaded vehicles, resembling war trucks, enter with grandeur.
Read review24 Aug 2012
The Sydney Morning Herald
The collective age of the four senior men in this mercenary outfit - Messrs Stallone, Schwarzenegger, Willis and dear old Chuck Norris - is 260 years, give or take a few fudged birthdays, but I guess that's the point. The Expendables series is at least as
Read review30 Aug 2012
NowRunning.com
Right at the end of "Expendables", in a shot that will give lovers of the action genre wet-dreams, Sylvester Stallone looking at a dilapidated plane gifted to him by Bruce Willis says, "That thing belongs in a museum."
Read review27 Aug 2012
MovieXclusive.com
“Eat Shit!” shouted Gunner (Dolph Lundgren) to his enemies. What a brilliant way to open an action movie. Compared to its 2010 predecessor, “The Expendables 2” gets a bigger shot of adrenalin, lots of headcounts and a longer list of has-beens...
India Today
It's "male pattern badness". Bruce Willis' CIA agent tells Sly Stallone and his bunch of macho mercenaries in one scene. The Expendables 2, carrying on with the explosive drama of the first film, very much defines itself with that line.
Read review24 Aug 2012
QNetwork Entertainment
The Expendables 2 delivers precisely what you might expect from a sequel to Sylvester Stallone’s red-meat roundup of over-the-hill action stars from two years ago. There is plenty of the same—fiery explosions, massive weapons, heavy artillery...
IBNLive
Considerably more fun than the earlier film, The Expendables 2 doesn’t take itself too seriously, and neither should you. Eyeing a rickety old jet that Bruce Willis has just presented to him in one of the film’s closing scenes, Sylvester Stallone...
Read review3 Sep 2012
Hindustan Times
So more of the same is what you get with The Expendables 2, a recycled concoction with the familiar action-heavy framework without improving upon it.
Read review24 Aug 2012
Dailybhaskar.com
Right at the end of the film, when the team of warriors have predictably finished off the task of saving the world from hidden weapons of mass destruction, Mr Church (Bruce Willis), the client, offers to gift a plane to Barney Ross, the captain.
Read review31 Aug 2012
Kc
The Expendables ภาพยนตร์รวมดาราแอ็คชั่นที่ใหญ่ที่สุดในยุคได้กลับมาในภาคต่ออีกครั้ง และครั้งนี้ก็ยิ่งใหญ่กว่า, มันส์กว่า และสนุกกว่าอีกด้วย หากมองย้อนกลับไปเมื่อ 2 ปีที่แล้วกับการเปิดตัวภาคแรกของเรื่องนี้ หนังทำออกมาได้ไม่ดีนัก เรียกว่าแอ็คชั่นตูมตามระเบิด
Read review24 Aug 2012
Cast
Sylvester Stallone...Barney Ross
Jason Statham...Lee Christmas
Bruce Willis...Church
Randy Couture...Toll Road
Liam Hemsworth...Billy The Kid
Jet Li...Yin Yang
Dolph Lundgren...Gunner Jensen
Chuck Norris...Booker
Jean-Claude Van Damme...Vilain
Arnold Schwarzenegger...Trench
Terry Crews...Hale Caesar
Scott Adkins...Hector
Nan Yu...Maggie
Amanda Ooms...Pilar
Charisma Carpenter...Lacy
Nikolette Noel...Billy's Wife
Alexander Moskov...Stephan
Nikola Dodov...Sick Man (as Nikolay Dodov)
Wenbo Li...Hostage - Dr. Zhou
Borislav Zahariev...Sang Leader / Sang Foreman
Penka Kodova...Bartender
Arkanay Boonsong...Rebel Leader (as Arkanae Boonsong)
Dimo Alexiev...Sang Soldier
Velislav Pavlov...Sang
Liubo Simeonov...Talking Sang
Anton Trendafilov...Miner #1
Marii Rosen...Miner #2
Julian Stanishkov...Miner #3
Velimer Velev...Miner #4
Irina Krichely...Village Woman 1
Lyudmila Slaneva...Village Woman 2 (as Ludmila Slaneva)
Silvia Petkova...Village Woman 3
Alexandra Spasova...Village Woman 4
Juliana Saiska...Village Woman 5
Sanya Borisova...Village Woman 6
Biliana Petrinska...Village Woman 7 (as Bilyana Petrinska)
Diana Dobreva...Village Woman 8
Liubomir Simeonov...Giant Sang
George Zlatarev...Bojan
Niki Stanchev...Miner #5 (uncredited)
Antoaneta Yordanova...Rebel Soldier (uncredited)
Novak Djokovic...Himself (uncredited)
Aleksandar Belovski...Sang Soldier (uncredited)
Production
Director:Simon West
Producer:Boaz Davidson (executive producer)
Danny Dimbort (executive producer)
Avi Lerner (producer)
Trevor Short (executive producer)
Kevin King Templeton (producer)
Guymon Casady (executive producer)
Jason Constantine (executive producer)
Robert Earl (executive producer)
Jon Feltheimer (executive producer)
Basil Iwanyk (executive producer)
Matthew O'Toole (co-producer)
Les Weldon (producer)
Danny Lerner (producer)
John Thompson (producer)
Zygi Kamasa (co-producer)
Lonnie Ramati (co-executive producer)
J. Celeste Salzer (associate producer)
Writer:David Agosto (story) and)
Ken Kaufman (story) &)
Sylvester Stallone (screenplay)
Dave Callaham (characters)
Richard Wenk (story)
Composer:Brian Tyler
Cinematographer:Shelly Johnson
Editing:Todd E. Miller
Casting:Marianne Stanicheva
Production Design:Paul Cross
Art Director:Adam A. Makin (supervising art director)
Sonya Savova
Ivailo Nikolov
Ivan Ranghelov
Alexei Karagyaur
Keith Pain
Costume Design:Lizz Wolf
Makeup:Scott H. Eddo (makeup department head)
Melizah Schmidt (key hair stylist)
Yana Stoyanova (key makeup artist)
Nicole Venables (department head hairstylist)
Elena Zhekova (assistant makeup artist)
Dessislava Manassieva (additional makeup artist)
Petya Simeonova (key makeup artist: second unit)
Angela Angelova (assistant makeup artist)
Sofi Hvarleva (makeup artist)
Valentin Valov (makeup artist)
Production Management:Gabriel Georgiev (production manager)
Veselin Karadjov (production manager)
Valentin Dimitrov (production manager)
Natalie Samanon (post-production supervisor)
Robert Van Norden (production supervisor: New Orleans)
George Gale (executive in charge of post-production)
Todd Gilbert (executive in charge of post-production)
Neha Samant (production manager)
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Production Studio:Millennium Films
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