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Jason Statham 6-Movie Bundle (Digital HDX): The Bank Job, Crank, War & More EXPIRED

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  • Chaos
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  • Redemption
  • Safe
  • War
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Watch Jason Statham explode on screen with impossible driving stunts, jaw-dropping martial arts fights and incredible gun battles in THE BANK JOB, CHAOS, REDEMPTION, SAFE and WAR.

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Even three good movies I would have bought.
These titles are not worth more than one watch.
Exactly, very little replay value here.
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Exactly, very little replay value here.
Considering almost every movie he makes could be substituted for any other movie he's made I have to agree. He's not exactly a shinning example of an extremely versatile actor.
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Vin Diesel, now that's a whole other level of bad LOL.
The only good Vin Diesel movie was Guardians of the Galaxy...
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Vin Diesel, now that's a whole other level of bad LOL. Only movies of his that really stood out to me were the Pitch Black/Riddick ones but they fall into the sci-fi/action genre (probably my fav), but what made those movies good was the decent production and most of all - they had good supporting actors/actresses. Think that's the formula for decent action movies, throw a good actor or two in the mix and it completely changes the dynamic. I'll give you a good example; most Sylvester Stallone's movies were mindless action movies (especially the older ones). Add half a dozen phenomenal actors to the mix and you have a masterpiece like Cliffhanger. I'm sure that those sorts of movies are much more expensive for the simple fact that they have to pay for the top tier actors and script, but that's the winning combo IMO. Unfortunately Hollywood is pretty much dead now. All efforts seem to be poured into TV show production rather than movies.
I agree with everything you said, including the specific movies you mentioned. My mind is blown by how many movies and TV series Netflix makes itself. I'm afraid it won't be long until nothing is left on Netflix except stuff by Netflix. I guess when we talk "Hollywood" we have to throw Netflix in with Lionsgate, Blumhouse, and all the other prolific studios. While Hollywood deserves to be dead, I don't think it's completely dead. It's just suffering a lack of creativity. It must be hard to come up with anything original for such a ridiculous amount of content. I'm weird in that I prefer QUALITY over quantity (the precise opposite of Hollywood).
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