It sucked!It'll be on cable.I liked it.It was good!It was awesome!! (1 People gave this 3.00 out of 5)


After you remove the knife from your back, wouldn’t you want to find the owner and return their property to them? In September 2013, that’s exactly what Riddick wants to do, right after he finds a ride.

Directing this 119 minute action/sci-fi/thriller is David Twohy.

The cast trying to survive the night is: Vin Diesel as Riddick, Matt Noble as Boss Johns, Jordi Molla as Santana, Katee Sackhoff as Dahl, Dave Bautista as Diaz, Nolan Gerard Funk as Luna, Karl Urban as Vaakov, Conrad Pla as Vargas and Bokeem Woodbine as Moss.

Once the leader of the Necromongers, is now left for dead on a dangerous planet. Needing a ride, Riddick, activates an emergency beacon, that shows who is calling for help. This brings one ship looking to collect his bounty and another looking for information that only Riddick can give. Looking to get back to his home planet Furya, and to handout some revenge. With all that he doesn’t really have time to deal with the people on the ships, so he’ll just have to take care of them…Riddidck style.

I enjoyed the previous movies, just as I did this one. Yet, after such the killer story-line that was in The Chronicles of Ridick, this one fell short. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still a cool movie and Riddick, still a badass. It just felt like a repeat of Pitch Black, with the same really good special effects. Cast did a great job and it’s a movie that I enjoyed watching. It just wasn’t the “awesome” movie I’d been waiting impatiently to see. In the end, I waited to see a “good” movie with a recycled story-line. That yet again, has a dangerous planet and a vast number of dangerous creatures, that our resident escapee must overcome. Either way, we’re still talking about Riddick, so catch the flick and enjoy his awesomeness as I did.

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