DVD
The Marine Unrated
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  • Rated: Unrated
  • Genre: Drama, Action
  • Year: 2006
Audio
English: DTS 5.1 HD / Spanish & French: Dolby Surround
Blu-ray
The Marine
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  • Rated: Unrated
  • Genre: Drama, Action
  • Year: 2006
Audio
English: 5.1 DTS HD Lossless Audio / French & Spanish: Dolby Surround 5.1
Subtitles:
English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled

Synopsis

WWE champion John Cena dominates the big screen as Marine John Triton. Wherever there's danger, Triton is usually smack dab in the middle of it... and he doesn't play by rules! After he's unwillingly discharged from Iraq, Triton's beautiful wife Kate ("Nip And Tuck's" Kelly Carlson) is kidnapped by merciless jewel thieves led by a vicious killer (Robert Patrick)! Now, Triton must fight to save her, utilizing his most powerful weapon Ä– himself!

Disc Information

**Theatrical Widescreen Feature
**Unrated Widescreen Feature
**Declassified: The Making of The Marine

**John Cena Features:
*The Champ is Here
*Chain Gang Soldier
*Basic Training
*Aussie Day Off
*World Premiere at Camp Pendleton
*Stuck in the Elevator

**WWE Promotional Featurettes:
*Overall Plot
*Triton Profile
*Robert Patrick/John Cena
*Fight Scenes
*Kelly Carlson/John Cena
*Cena Stunts
*Fan Reactions
*Explosions

**Cena vs. Triton
**Shoot Locations
**Theatrical Trailer
**Commando trailer
**Man On Fire trailer
**Get the Action - Fox TV on DVD

Cast & Crew

John Cena ... John Triton
Robert Patrick ... Rome
Kelly Carlson ... Kate Triton
Anthony Ray Carlson ... Morgan
Anthony Ray Parker ... Morgan
Abigail Bianca ... Angela
Jerome Ehlers ... Van Buren

Reviews

Elizabeth Weitzman New York Daily News | October 16, 2006

A happy surprise.

Mark Olsen Los Angeles Times | October 16, 2006

It's not a good film by any practical standard, but The Marine is bad in just the right way, a mindless throwaway that's at least smart enough not to take itself too seriously.

Peter Hartlaub San Francisco Chronicle | October 16, 2006

The genius of the film is in its unapologetically obvious crowd-pleasing moments.

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