The Rundown (DVD, 2004, Widescreen Edition)
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- sabiar497rjeMay 20, 2016by
Wide Range of Themes
Each movie played well, critical to enjoyment of a DVD. The selection met a variety of tastes and each had value as being well made and engaging. Made for nice curled up on the couch with popcorn and beverage afternoons given all the recent rain in Virginia.
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- tigerbaby007112May 27, 2013by
In order to get out of hock with mobster Billy Walker, restaraunteur-turned-"retrieval expert" Beck has to go down to Brazil and retrieve Billy's ne'er-do-well archaeologist-wannabe son Travis, who is searching for an ancient gold idol called the Gato del Diablo. This idol is prized by not only the local population as the path to their salvation, but by Cornelius Hatcher, slavedriving operator of the Helldorado mining town who oppresses said population in the name of profits, and Hatcher just won't let Beck leave with Travis. Gotta tell ya, folks, The Rundown is a whole lot of fun. This movie is funny from start to end. If you love action and comedy then you will love this movie. Take my advice and see this movie you will have a great time.
- troys_chulaJul 07, 2013by
I love this movie and it is my husband's favorite! The Rock and Sean W. Scott are awesome in this film! It is funny and very entertaining. I have seen it multiple times and never get tired of it! If you have never seen The Rundown, it will soon become one of your favorites as well!
- klimmenpMar 01, 2009by
This is yet another action movie with Dwayne Johnson (The Rock). I have pretty much thought that all of his movies are pretty much the same.
I do admit that I honestly like this movie. He costars with Seann William Scott in this one, which gives it a great comedic edge to it.
In The Rundown you have Beck (The Rock) who is a bounty hunter wanting to be chef. He is hired by a man wanting his son back into the states.
His son Travis (Seann William Scott) doesnt want to be home and is basically hiding in the Amazon.
Beck's only goal is to get Travis back home because Travis's father has agreed to help him create his dream of becoming a chef in his own kitchen.
Travis's only goal is to track down the legendary "Gautau" (meaning cat in some other language, in which i probably spelt it wrong).
Well, while tracking down Travis, Beck comes across a 'drug lord' like man who is rampaging the Amazon community. The villages only savor would
be to have the Gautau, a very priceless artifact, to basically pay for everyone freedom. So Beck and Travis in the end team up along with some woman
(I believe she is Travis's girl) to track down the artifact.
There is alot of fighting (martial arts and just plain ass beatings) and explosions in this movie. There is also some funny monkeys that want a piece of
the men and sleep/halucination inducing fruit.
All in all, this movie isnt a bad one to own for anyones personal dvd collection.Read full review
- johnemerrymanjrMar 23, 2008by
Whity and funny for a action film. Easy to watch over and over. Simple story of a good man in a bad situation. Beck (The Rock) finally gets his chance to wipe the slate clean and get his life back... if he can bring back a mob bosses son from Brazil. A simple task gets complicated as he finds himself in the middle of a struggle between the workers of a gold mine and the man who runs it (Walkken). Sparks fly as the Rock takes on all comers in the final showdown, having to do the very thing he does not want to have to do.