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Directed by Walter Hill (48 Hrs.) and based on the graphic novel of the same name, Stallone plays a New Orleans hitman who teams up with a New York City cop (Sung Kang) to take on the killers of their respective partners.

The film also stars Jason Momoa, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Sarah Shahi, and Christian Slater.

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Are those the same tats he had in Expendables?

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Looks like hes lost alot of muscle mass..

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Looks like hes lost alot of muscle mass..

You'll lose some too when you get to 66 years old..

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You'll lose some too when you get to 66 years old..

That and you stop taking roids

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I agree. For a 66 year old man he looks fantastic. I am wondering about the tats too. Are they real or was he filming that while filming The Expendables 2 at the same time? What's up with that?

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Looks good. Stallone is aging a lot more gracefully than Arnold, that's for sure.

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Looks good. Stallone is aging a lot more gracefully than Arnold, that's for sure.

Unfortunately Arnold let himself go while he was governor.

This Bullet to the Head movie smells very direct-to-dvd'ish

I'm hoping Stallone & Arnold don't fall into the direct-to-dvd world that Seagal, Van Damme & Snipes are in.

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Seagal was never a good actor, just a good martial artist. Same with Van Damme, whose career was more like a fad that ended when people lost interest in guys who can do the splits. Snipes deserves better, though.

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I'm hoping Stallone & Arnold don't fall into the direct-to-dvd world that Seagal, Van Damme & Snipes are in.

saw a film the other day called maximum conviction and you could not understand a word Seagal was saying!

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I'll watch it...

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I really want to see this film but i somehow thing it won't do as good in the box office. Not sure why...

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Seems like my kind of movie after a long, hard day. Pure mindless violence.

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