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Old 25th July 2013, 10:39 AM
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With the latest movie from WW, No One Lives coming out later this year, here's a thread dedicated to the best (and the worst) films that WWE have created.

They're responsible for some pretty great films, including The Scorpion King, but how many have you seen? Vote for your favs above...

Rumor has it that they'll be releasing a new Leprechaun movie too next year!
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All the ones I've seen have sucked harder than a Thai prostitute.

I do have some love for Doom, mainly because I loved the games so much, and although the film bears little to no resemblance to the games, at least it has the BFG and the first-person pov gun scenes.
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Old 25th July 2013, 11:50 AM
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I don't think I actually like any of the ones I saw.
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Old 25th July 2013, 12:30 PM
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There are actually many more WWE produced films than are listed in the poll:

As co-producer
  • The Scorpion King (2002) starring The Rock
  • The Rundown (2003) starring The Rock
  • Walking Tall (2004) starring The Rock
  • Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia (2009, direct-to-DVD) starring Mr. Kennedy
Forthcoming
  • Christmas Bounty (2013, with ABC Family) starring The Miz
  • Scooby-Doo! Legend of WrestleMania (2014, with Warner Bros. Animation and Hanna-Barbera) with Triple H, John Cena, Kane, The Miz, Brodus Clay, Santino Marella, Sin Cara, AJ Lee and Vince McMahon.
  • an Untitled Flintstones WWE movie with Vince McMahon, John Cena, CM Punk and other stars.

As sole producer
  • The Mania of WrestleMania (2004) A documentary film following the WWE roster through WrestleMania XIX
  • See No Evil (2006) starring Kane
  • The Marine (2006) starring John Cena
  • The Condemned (2007) starring Stone Cold Steve Austin
  • 12 Rounds (2009) starring John Cena
  • The Marine 2 (2009, direct-to-DVD) starring Ted Dibiase Jr
  • Legendary (2010) starring John Cena
  • Knucklehead (2010) starring The Big Show
  • The Chaperone (2011) starring Triple H
  • That's What I Am (2011) with Randy Orton
  • Inside Out (2011) starring Triple H
  • The Reunion (2011) starring John Cena
  • Bending the Rules (2012) starring Edge
  • The Day (2012) produced by WWE Studios, but not featuring any wrestling superstars
  • Barricade (2012) produced by WWE Studios, but not featuring any wrestling superstars
  • The Marine 3: Homefront (2013, direct-to-DVD)[15] starring The Miz
  • Dead Man Down (2013) starring Wade Barrett
  • The Call (2013) starring David Otunga
  • No One Lives (2013) starring Brodus Clay
  • 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded (2013) starring Randy Orton
Forthcoming
  • Les reines du ring (2013) with CM Punk, Eve, and The Miz
  • Leprechaun: Origins (2014)[15] starring Hornswoggle
  • Bermuda (2014)
  • Interrogation (2014) starring CM Punk
  • Missing in Action (2015)
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All the ones I've seen have sucked harder than a Thai prostitute.
I like all the ones Kyle pictured above.

Even Walking Tall.
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Despite Suzi's informative list, my original comment still stands. The Scooby-Doo crossover sounds hilariously awful though, so I may have to give that one a watch!

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I like all the ones Kyle pictured above.

Even Walking Tall.


Admittedly there are some I haven't seen, although I'm in no major hurry to check them out.
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All the ones I've seen have sucked harder than a Thai prostitute.

No need to ask where you went on holiday this year...
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No need to ask where you went on holiday this year...
Lancashire.

Big Thai community there...
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Admittedly there are some I haven't seen, although I'm in no major hurry to check them out.
They are what they are. Dumb action* movies which offer no profound message, just lots of action on a bigger budget than the JCVD, Seagal, Lundgren stuff thats being churned out.

I haven't seen any of the films with lesser known "actors" though. Just the Cena, Rock, stuff.

*Obviously See No Evil is a slasher pic though.
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