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Cross

3.9 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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When beautiful, young women start disappearing from the streets of L.A., it’s time for good-guy Callan (a.k.a. Cross) and his crew of weapons experts to kick into high gear and take out the trash. Granted incredible power by his ancient Celtic cross, Callan must fight to stop an immortal Viking from destroying mankind with his doomsday device. Starring: Brian Austin Green, Tom Sizemore, Jake Busey and Lori Heuring.

Special Features

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  • Actors: Michael Duncan, Brian Green, Jake Busey, Vinnie Jones, Michael Clarke Duncan
  • Directors: Patrick Durham
  • Producers: Brian Green, Jake Busey, Patrick Durham, Matthew Anderson, Jon Barton
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 31, 2011
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004QSQMIG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,323 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Cross" on IMDb

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The movie starts out with a young girl being harassed by 2 bad guys who take her camera. A group of heavily armed vigilantes come to her rescue and the fight escalates. The police seemed to be more concerned going after the vigilante than the crime boss that is "running" LA.

Cross (Brian Austin Green) is the ring leader. He is ruggedly handsome, great fighter, impervious to bullets, and pretty babes throw themselves at him after bar fights. Cross wears an ancient Celtic Cross, passed down along his bloodline which gives him superhuman powers, a gift from the gods. There are also other amulets out there manufactured by the gods for humans.

During an intense money game of "Go Fish" bad guy crime boss, Erlik (Michael Clarke Duncan) accuses his gang of cheating and holding out with the king. During this time we get introduced to Gunnar (Vinnie Jones) who is an immortal Viking with nothing better to do with his life than to be a criminal in LA. Erlik has some of the better lines, "How you drink scotch sometimes is more important than the brand you drink."

Gunnar needs blood from the 4 different blood lines of the gods (feel free to mix and match all the old world gods from various cultures). Erlik and his gang are hired to obtain those lines. Let's say you were "cursed" to be the last person alive on earth. Would you a) do your best to help people survive or b) try to kill everyone so you could die.

Danny Trejo appears in the credits and his face is used in the opening, but I don't recall seeing him at all in the movie. The main problem with this film is that the two main characters, Cross and Gunnar were written without colorful personalities unlike the other characters. No sex per se.
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I really enjoyed it....I just watched it on the east coast... i have to say i did not expect much from it.. and i was much more entertained than i expected.. i actually laughed out loud a few times.. it is a little silly but also fun.. and entertaining, kids should have fun with this 8-17 year olds. Some beautiful ladies in the film.. some aweseom cars.. and gun fights.. for a low budget feature it was pretty good.. I'd give it a B+ for action and Cast , and an A- for comedy
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The Cross, about Arthur Blessit, is currently confused on Amazon with another movie: Cross!!!
This gross and sloppy "oversight"... needs to be fixed.
"The Cross" is a real story about a real person, far more important and interesting than whatever the fiction "Cross".
When this page gets fixed, I can remove this comment.
Thanks.
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Allow me to preface this review, by saying that I'm not entirely sure if this movie was supposed to be taken seriously. Nowhere in any online description have I found Cross, listed under comedy, and if that is truly the case, then the filmmakers must think people are all very simple minded. Full of 80s teen hearthrobs, cliche lines, and really awful special effects, I was sure that this was going to be a farce of the Avengers, the only problem is, it never did get funny. Callan Cross (Brian Austin Green) is an ordinary man, who is given superhero powers from an ancient cross he wears around his neck. When the cross is stolen, Callan and his band of aerobatic, kung fu, gadget wearing friends, go to retrieve the cross and discover a much larger conspiracy. Brian Austin Green stars and at one time, he was a great actor, he was good looking too, but that's all changed. Depressed and lazy, Green delivers absolutely some of the worst dialogue I've ever heard, over the course of ninety minutes. He was clearly in it for the paycheck, as Cross is streaming, featured, and complete garbage. I even suspect that the whole 80s teen heartthrob aspect wasn't intentional, but rather the only actors desperate enough for work, that they agreed to be cast in this thing. Don't let looks deceive you, this is no farce, and it is far from being the Avengers, the only thing Cross is, is a complete waste of time.
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Brian Austin Green shines as Callan, the leader of the heavily-armed band of vigilantes who must protect young women who are disappearing from the streets of Los Angeles. Some people can't seem to get over his 90210 days and accept that Brian Austin Green has grown up and moved on and developed into a fantastic actor, who excels in action rolls. His interaction with Jake Busey's goofy but likable "Backfire" were some of my favorite moments. Over-the-top character? Easily, Dr. Zyal played by Robert Carradine. But he did it just right!

Cross features all of the necessities of a superhero-inspired movie. Good versus evil; right versus wrong; personal turmoil. The brilliantly-constructed cast hit all the right notes to build the comic-style story. Just as advertised, as far as I'm concerned. Not a "chick-flick" and you won't see it featured at the Oscars but pretty great for the genre and what it's meant to be.

The only unfortunate part of this movie? That someone with more money than you and me didn't have enough foresight to give these guys a bunch of cash to make it all shiny and perfect. Yes, it's a Budget. But that said, they did a really great job on that Budget.

I'm looking forward to the second installment.
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