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Michael Cole 3 years ago
Xtreme! Do the Dew!
Nino D 6 years ago
A different action movie. Think of this as Fast and furious on roller blades, and a plot
Don Lathrop 5 months ago
Andrey Cherkashin over 4 years ago
Jessica Barraca almost 6 years ago
Becky LeJeune over 6 years ago
Linden over 6 years ago
Bogi Poulsen over 6 years ago
Joe Atamaniuk 7 years ago
Jacopo Sala 7 years ago
Karim Jarir 7 years ago
Cory Prasuhn 7 years ago
Steve Tetreault over 7 years ago
Marcel Hadorn over 7 years ago
Ryan Carmelo Briones over 7 years ago
Guillaume Seguin almost 8 years ago
Stephen Peck almost 8 years ago
Rollerball is a 2002 remake of the 1975 science-fiction film of the same name. This updated version stars Chris Klein, LL Cool J, Rebecca Romijn and Jean Reno, was directed by John McTiernan and has a much greater concentration on action with more muted social and political overtones. Unlike the first film, it takes place in the present rather than a seemingly dystopian future. It is the year 2005. The new sport of Rollerball is hugely popular in Central Asia, Russia, China, Mongolia, and Turkey. Marcus Ridley (LL Cool J) invites NHL hopeful Jonathan Cross (Chris Klein) to join him playing for the Zhambel Horsemen in Kazakhstan. The highly paid Marcus and Jonathan are teamed with low-paid locals, who are often severely injured in the game, which is an extraordinarily violent extension of roller derby involving motorcycles, a metal ball, and many trappings of the World Wrestling Entertainment. Soon the team's star and the darling of promoter Alexi Petrovich (Jean Reno), Jonathan, is...
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