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For a wrestler movie this is not bad, action is good. The dialog is very, very, very, bad. Distractingly bad. I say B-
"You want to do this the easy way or the hard way?" After a S.W.A.T. team led by Tate (Austin) get suspended they are assigned to undergo a re-training exercise. During the training they hear something and are left to stop an actual crime, with no real weapons. This will be a hard movie to review. The movie itself is not all the bad. The action is good and it moves pretty quick. The biggest problem with the movie is the dialog. Being an action movie starring a wrestler I can usually overlook stuff like this, but the words were distractingly bad. Lines like "Eat my grandma" shouted before firing a gun really take away from the action and makes you laugh throughout the movie instead of wondering what is happening. This will be the worst comparison ever but the action to dialog problems are "Star Wars" quality. The dialog is that bad, not so much the acting, just the dialog. Overall, a pretty entertaining movie that is made worse by the talking. Action is a B, dialog is a D. Taken together, I give it a B-
Would I watch again? - I don't think I will.
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