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Michael Cole 5 years ago
Action is not as stellar as the first film, but still scratches that parkour movie itch.
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Tim Neumann 7 years ago
District 13: Ultimatum (French: Banlieue 13 Ultimatum) is a 2009 French film also known as Banlieue 13, District Thirteen 2, District B13: Ultimatum, and B13-u. The film, directed by Patrick Alessandrin, is the sequel to the 2004 French action film District 13. District 13 Ultimatum stars David Belle and Cyril Raffaelli reprising their original roles of Leïto and Damien, respectively. Luc Besson, who co-produced and co-wrote District 13, is the screenwriter and producer. Three years after the events of the original film, the authorities are attempting to return law and order to ravaged District 13. The death of gang overlord Taha Ben Mahmoud has left a power vacuum, and total control of the area is now being fought over by five rival territorial gang lords who want to step into Taha's position. After taking out a major drug dealer, Damien is framed for drug dealing and arrested, but manages to make a call to Leïto. Meanwhile, corrupt government agents from the Department of Internal...
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