I just watch The Expendables on Netflix on Demand. It's pretty much the usual action hero shoot 'em up, but with the Save The Princess angle added to it, just to make the mercenaries a bit less mercenary in nature and appearance.
What surprised me, but really shouldn't have, is that the movie played out damn close to a D&D session (pretty much any edition). The good guys (player characters) disposed of the "mooks" with single blows, took multiple blows to kill the minor henchmen, took an encounter to take out the major henchmen and took out the main baddie after a huge battle with many bullet wounds and a knife through the back.
Heck, they even stormed a castle and had to go through the dungeon. Stallone was even wearing body armor. Change the clothes and the weapons and it was D&D.
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