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Academy Award Nominee®* and Golden Globe Winner Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler, Immortals, Iron Man 2) and Kellan Lutz (Twilight, Immortals) square off the ultimate battle for domination in JAVA HEAT, an exotic cross-cultural action thriller. Following a terrorist attack in Indonesia that killed the country s beloved Sultana, headstrong American Jake Travers (Lutz) suddenly finds himself in the center of the already tense conflict between the West and Islam. Teaming up with Muslim detective Hashim (Indonesian star Ario Bayu), the unlikely duo embark on a treacherous manhunt for the attack s real perpetrator, a new breed of klepto-terrorist (Rourke), who is even more twisted and terrifying than the Jihadist terrorists he hides behind. As he navigates the labyrinths of religious, political, and cultural havoc that surround him, Jake must learn to abandon his thirst for vengeance in order to stop the mastermind from attacking again.
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a guaranteed bad movie. Then he dropped out of sight for years, and then
re-emerged with "The Wrestler", a good movie. Then this came out and I thought
I'd give it a try. The "good guy" in this film is played by Kellan Lutz (a younger
beefcake actor) supposedly a Marine still grieving for the death of his older
brother who he followed into the service. Somehow he ends up in Java Indonesia,
trying to help a local detective (played by a well-known Indonesian actor named
Ario Baku) to figure out the abduction of a princess and then, to save his family
who are kidnapped by the ridiculous bad-guy played by Rourke.
Of all the problems with the movie the bad-guy character is the most problematic.
What the heck accent is that supposed to be? How come he can kill local people
casually when he has no visible bodyguards around him? And generally, do people
really run around the streets there firing automatic weapons and nobody else stops
Do yourself a favor--skip this one.
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Rourke doing a bad accent the whole movie.
he must just have bills to pay to be in this movie.Read more