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The Marine / Unrated DVD - Widescreen

Cine en Español (Opcion de audio y subtítulos en español)

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Información del DVD

- Reparto:

- John Cena - John Triton

- Robert Patrick - Rome

- Kelly Carlson - Kate Tritono

- Director: John Bonito

- Codificacion: Región 1 - NTSC 

- Formato: Widescreen, Color, Dolby Digital 5.1 AC3

- Censura: Unrated (Sin censura)

- Fecha publicacion: Ene. 30, 2007

- Duracion: 92 min.

- Lenguajes: Inglés, Francés, Español

- Subtítulos: Inglés, Español

Trailer Original de la película (en inglés)

Sinopsis (español)

La carrera del oficial de Marina John Triton termina cuando sufre una lesión mientras estaba de rehén en Irak. Comienza nuevamente su vida de soldado cuando un ladrón de diamantes secuestra a su mujer. El "marine" no descansará hasta cumplir la misión más importante de su vida.


Picture a runaway semi truck barreling through a warehouse at the edge of a pier with not one, not two, but six rows of explosive gas tanks between it and the water, and only then will one begin to get into the mindset of the WWE throwback action flick The Marine. This kind of blatant homage rarely works, though somehow this sucker finds a way. While the editing has gotten choppier and the effects more expensive, the action on display here sincerely tries to tap into the same big dumb action fun mode that populated 1980s cinema -- and that's a good thing.

If John Cena's character was just a bit more over the top and utilized a few juicy one-liners instead of tough-guy frowns, then this could have been a grand-slam tribute to the cheese-ball entertainment of yore. As it stands, The Marine is still a wild ride filled with laughable characters, corny dialogue, and a sea of endless explosions. In fact, so many set pieces are incinerated that when a meth lab jerks its nosy head in the middle of the film, it's almost a letdown that it isn't left in fiery ruins after the Marine gets through with it.

As far as Cena goes, his performance is leaps and bounds better than his fellow wrestler Kane's was in the WWE's other production the same year, See No Evil, although there really isn't much for him to do other than yell, run, choke-slam, shoot guns, and jump away from explosions. In the other end of the cinematic ring, Robert Patrick infuses his delicious villain role with glee as he maniacally chews up one scene after another with his smooth delivery and icy glares, which only makes his awkward scenes of straight comedy that pop up whenever the score turns into a Bugs Bunny cartoon even more pathetic and unintentionally funny.

Thankfully, the PG-13 pic is devoid of any recruitment mumbo-jumbo, even if it is pro-cable TV and most definitely anti-drug -- as one character repeatedly points out in his "I hate rock candy!" tirades throughout this thoroughly silly, yet explosively entertaining motion picture. 

Source: All Movie Guide







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