The PG-13 rating was not a big deal. No blood spatter, but it's really not the end of the world.
Wesley Snipes = YES, more please. Blade 4 too.
Harrison Ford = YES, see you in Episode 7.
Like Arnold better in this. A few funny lines. Bandares, meh. A little to quirky and improvisational, but an interesting addition to the mix.
i thought this one had a little more heart to it, despite the terribly written dialogue. Sly, we love you man. We seriously do. But if you continue to make more of these please let someone else write the script. Also, hire good line delivery coach please. Gotta let those lines breathe, instead of just spitting them out because it's your turn to talk.
WHAT IS WITH THE TERRIBLE CGI? Towards the end of the film, I became more tolerant of it, but only because I imagined I was watching the most realistic video game cut scene ever.
The cinematography was miles better than Expendables 2. That film looked like it was shot on Super 8 video. This one looked way more film-like and professional. Liked the few bits of slow-motion sequences, especially considering how rushed most of the edits are.
Kellan Lutz surprised me in this movie. Was expecting way worse.
The finale was a fun action scene, but the Gibson/Stallone boss battle was anti-climactic, just like JCVD in Expendables 2.
But you know, I can't stand the score to these films.
For story, I would rank the three films in this order...
All of them make for great home theater sound demos.
Looking forward to the Blu-ray.