Red BAND Teaser Trailer
[Extreme violence, language, sex]
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That's right folks, if you didn't already know; the Jason Statham action hit "Crank" is getting a sequel currently in production at the moment.
(Post if my source is right)
Was anyone else a fan of the first film?
I know I was!
And here is the plot summary of the upcoming sequel!
I hated the first movie, as it took forever to end. The first 40 minutes were great, but after you realized you were only 40 minutes into the movie when it felt like 90, the movie got bad. Plus that one sex scene was completed pointless and unneeded. Seriously, it seemed like they just needed a sex scene because it was the only way people would see it, and because they could not figure out a plot to go with the movie.
Secondly, how is there a sequel, he died?????
I gotta wonder how the sex scenes are even relevant in this one.
Doubt he's getting any static electricity from it.
Though yes, at the end of the first film right before the credits roll, Chev blinks and you hear two faint heartbeats.
Looks ridicules. I might rent it when it goes to the $1 redbox though.
"God has given me a gift. Only One. I am the most complete fighter in the world." - Boyka (Undisputed III)
I'm worried people are gonna hate the sequel, because of how over the top it is from the looks of the trailer.
I'll see it though, because I liked the first movie, because it's the perfect definition of an action movie, non-stop violence.
This sequel is gonna be more dizzying than the first.
If another sequel comes, I bet they'll replace his heart with a potato (whoever gets the reference gets a cookie).
I like Jason Statham. But I've hated nearly every movie he's been in that I've seen. Crank was just awful on every level, even worse than Transporter 2, which I didn't think was possible. This guy would be great with a good script.
Why was Crank awful to you?
Sorry, I just like it better if you have a reason to dislike a movie.
I loved Crank. The idea of a sequel is absurd, and so they seem to be embracing the absurdity. I think it's great.
"He lived hard and died stupid."
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