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Genres: Comedy , Adventure , Action
Actors: Chuck Norman , Stephen Bishop , Paul S. Power , Toby Holguin , Garrett Warren , Dennis Keiffer , Stuart F. Wilson , Ernie Reyes Jr. , William Lucking , Jon Gries , Ewen Bremner , Christopher Walken , Rosario Dawson , Seann William Scott , Dwayne Johnson
Director: Peter Berg
Country: United States
Year: 2003
IMDB Rating: 6.6/10 (54385 votes)

The Rock as a bounty hunter who attempts to square a debt by heading to the Amazon jungle to capture someone. The bounty hunter discovers that his quarry isn’t the bad guy he’d been warned about, and the two team up in pursuit of riches stored in a mine in the Amazon.

Film Review

The is a completely mindless action film, the plot is ridiculous and the dialogue is bad. There is nothing here that you haven't already seen somewhere else done better.The characters are all action clichés but at least the leads are played well. Johnson is likable as the hero although the over-used pose of the hero who doesn't like guns (Indiana Jones anyone!) grates on the nerves very quickly as he keeps throwing weapons away instead of using them. Scott is good as a comedy side-kick although you will recognise his character from every other film he's been in, not much range in his acting so far. Walken is wasted in his role, his only chance to act is near the end and he hams it up in a cringe-worthy exit sequence.Unfortunately, for an action film, the action sequences are awful. They aren't even slightly believable. There is a spectacular jungle fight where, to facilitate the hero not using guns, everyone puts aside their weapons and fights using gymnastics i…

The rundown stars The Rock as Beck, a retrieval specialist, which means when someone doesn't pay up, Beck persuades him by offering two options. A, pay up and B, pay up after Beck roughs you up. He'd rather be running his own restaurant, hence the notebook full of recipes. Alas, a large debt to the wrong person keeps him in the persuasion business until he's offered a way out. The wrong person has a lunkhead son (Scott) prowling around the jungles of Brazil. All Beck has to do is bring him back, the debt is settled and he'll even through in a restaurant.When it comes to the action sequences, director Peter Berg moves things along with blazing quick cuts and intense close-ups that rattle bones and get the adrenalin pumping as Beck and Scott face everything from Tarzan ju jitsu with Eddie Reyes, who sets The Rock flying like a big beefy whirligig, to a pack of scrappy monkeys with really, really bad attitudes, not to mention a grudge. But Berg also knows when to slow…

I remember going to see this movie, in the theater, not expecting much. Dwayne Johnson (The Rock) after all didn't strike me as that decent of actor. Sure, he did the Scorpion King but, that wasn't a far stretch from WWE Raw, all it was, was the Rock flexing his muscles. That was until "The Rundown" made it to the big screen.The opening sequence in this film has got to be one of the best hooks in recent movie history. His cool demeanor, confidence, and the persona of a "closet chef," makes this scene awesome. The way he takes out those players is awesome, and I like to see guy's like the Rock, every now and then, kick some Heine.The film doesn't stop being good after the first scene though, Sean Willam Scott is better than I thought too. This is definitely not, American Pie. He actually displays some Lead Roll tendencies and dishes out humor that isn't at the consequence of the scene.The movie moves into the "jungle" scene and again, e…

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