Fifth about The Seventh

xXx: Return of Xander Cage

xXx: Return of Xander CagexXx: Return of Xander Cage: D.J. Caruso’s film is little more than an excuse for the incredible stunts; the plot is full of double, triple and quadruple crossings, most of which makes no sense. But who cares, since the action is non-stop and insane (even if shot, by
Russell Carpenter, and edited, by Vince Filippone and Jim Page, in a way that makes things more disconcerting). The cast’s diversity is welcome (even if it leans towards Asian performers, they are from different origins); acting chops were not really required, as long as the bodies were lean, shaped and firm, but that they were; they deal well with the empty banter, for what it’s worth. Robert Lydecker and Brian Tyler’s score is loud, annoying and generic.

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