District 13: Ultimatum

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Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves leading groups of survivors through post apocalyptic situations. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs. This week we find Survivors, take another Descent into a dark hole, jump across rooftops while evading the ruffians of District 13, and go fishing for Megapiranha.

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Clive Owen replaces Paul Walker in the action thriller, which makes me wonder if Owen was also the second choice for Disney’s ‘Eight Below’

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The folks at Magnet and HDNet have provided us with a little bit of parkour and martial arts to send off 2009.

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Want to see something totally badass? How about a look at the new trailer for District 13: Ultimatum. You won’t regret it.

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If you love martial arts action and the high-flying first film from producer Luc Besson, you must see this movie. That is my ultimatum to you, friends.

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Speed, agility, violence: Parkour, it’s not just something that gets parodied on The Office, it’s the way of the French. Come check in as Neil goes back to District B13 for another ass-kicking round of awesome.

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