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The Marine 4: Moving Target (2015)

Mike 'The Miz' MizaninMelissa RoxburghJosh BlackerMatthew MacCaull
William Kaufman


The Marine 4: Moving Target (2015) is a English movie. William Kaufman has directed this movie. Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin,Melissa Roxburgh,Josh Blacker,Matthew MacCaull are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. The Marine 4: Moving Target (2015) is considered one of the best Action,Crime,Drama,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Jake Carter is assigned to protect a "high-value package," a beautiful whistleblower trying to expose a corrupt military defense contractor. But a heavily armed team of mercenaries has been hired to kill her, along with anyone who gets in their way, and it's going to take a fearless one-man fighting machine to stop them.

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The Marine 4: Moving Target (2015) Reviews

  • The shooting never ends, literally.


    Audiences should be aware that The Marine 4 is the epitome of B-movie, it has a simple premise and is designed to entertain with least amount of effort. To its credit, the movie does serve that purpose. It offers lots of shooting spree as well as decently choreography melee combat, even though some of its logic are admittedly flawed and the protagonists wear magical plot armors. Jake Carter (Mike Mizanin or The Miz) is starting a new job as a security guard for high value target, a whistle-blower by the name of Olivia Tanis (Melissa Roxburgh). Soon he realizes that the implication Olivia could do is far reaching, and he must do his best to keep her safe. Acting from The Miz is surprisingly good. He's a pretty suitable lead, creating the disheartened veteran persona well. This is better than most exaggerated roles of action genre, although he does look a bit confused at times. Matthew MacCaull as the antagonist is above the rest. He presents a conniving personality that presentably irritating. Melissa Roxburgh as the female lead however, is distinctly bad. Her character is supposed to be a brash woman with brave attitude, but it turns out to be an annoying and highly unsympathetic bickering damsel. The rest of cast is your typical mercenaries. Summer Rae makes an appearance as well, while she has so few lines, she does look the part of fit femme fatale. Plot and action are severely unrealistic. People are shooting for half of the movie, it's not even a hyperbole. Scenes are basically Jake and random mercs spraying bullets at each other, without the need of reloading and unsurprisingly Jake has far better accuracy. The fisticuffs are marginally better as the fights are choreographed with good impact. The Marine 4 is, as expected, ninety minutes of mindless shooting and punching, nothing more. It's not Bourne, but it will do for mindless fun.

  • What, no reloading?


    OK, granted I love shoot em up movies for the mindless entertainment on rainy days curled up with popcorn and no expectations for great performances. But this is a waste of talent and nothing more than proving script writers without talent can ruin an actor's career.. The Miz, a better actor than this movie deserves, struggles with the poor plot and Summer, well I am not sure why she is even in this movie other than to mumble a few lines. I would have refused the role as it is a career buster and not career enhancer. She could have had a real role other than jumping into and out of scenes cocking a gun. I am a WWE fan and have seen what good movie scripts and talented wrestlers can do together. This is not one of them. Sorry, no spoiler as the movie is so predictable and lame, it gives itself away. I hope Miz and Summer ( I am a huge fan of both ) find better movie opportunities despite their contract obligations to appear in such trash.

  • WWE makes another lame movie


    Once again, WWE proves that they have no skills with movies. Mike "The Miz" Mizanin is predictable in another movie with high energy and low talent. We have all seen the "acting" these wrestlers do on TV, so now we are supposed to sit thru an entire movie of bad acting, horrible reactions, and dialog that falls flat. Summer Rae has looks, and that is all. The DVD cover is almost identical to the GI Joe films (even using the tag line "There is no greater force than an all American hero", which is very similar to "A real American Hero") I will not give spoilers, because you will predict how it will go 5 minutes into it. So what will be next? Marine 5 starring Torito? Marine 6 with Fandango? WWE should give up movies, and the lame "storylines" on their Raw and Smackdown shows. This movie is only good if you need something to stabilize your wobbly coffee table. The box is just right for that. And the DVD can be put on wall (shiney side out) as a small mirror, so you can see the fool who bought this DVD.

  • Another unnecessary sequel, but one that is at least watchable. I have seen, and expected, much worse.


    "Do you trust me now?" Jake Carter (Mizanin) is a marine who is charged with protecting Olilvia Tanis (Roxburgh), a high profile whistle blower who has numerous death threats against her. When someone in Jake's organization is revealed to be a traitor he has to not only fight off the traitor but also keep Olivia safe so she can testify. This is a movie that is pretty much what you expect. An hour and a half of stuff blowing up and violence with a little plot. The main problem with these movies is that there is really no suspense. When you get to the fourth movie in a series you pretty much can predict how it will go from the beginning. This is no exception. On the other hand though, I have seen much worse direct to DVD sequels and this one was at least entertaining enough to keep me awake. Overall, another unnecessary sequel, but one that is at least watchable. I have seen, and expected, much worse. I give this a B-.

  • Should Be: The Marine 4: Out Of Ideas


    The Marine 4 is a by the numbers and straight to DVD action flick starring some Wrestling stars and a relatively unknown rest of the cast. It concerns an ex-Marine called Jake Carter (Mike Mizanin) who has become a bodyguard. On his first assignment his team is tasked with protecting a young whistleblower called Olivia (Melissa Roxburgh) who has information regarding corruption in the defense industry. Predictably there is a squad of mercenary assassins who are trying to kill her or capture her. Even more predictable is the fact that the mercenaries eliminate everyone other than Jake Carter and the whistleblower he is protecting. Of course there is a traitor in the group who has betrayed them. No shocker there. From the first attack the movie becomes a non-stop bullet fest with a lot of shooting and no reloading. The script is unimaginative and the dialogue bad. The acting is cringe worthy at times and there are action scenes which seem borrowed from other action movies like The Terminator (attack on the police station by the mercenaries), and First Blood (chase through the woods, with a lot of deadly traps set by the hero). Overall The Marine 4 is a mediocre movie with implausible scenes and no character development. Some of the characters are annoying and their actions and behavior makes no sense, like Olivia knocking out Jake even though he saved her life but she still doesn't know whether to trust him or not. Another annoying thing is that in a course of one night, the hero manages to set so many traps in the forest where they are making their stand that the film looses any believability, not that it had that much to begin with. The fact that the villains in the film seem uncertain as to whether they want to capture or eliminate their target is also annoying. If they want her captured they shouldn't be shooting thousands of rounds at her. If they want to eliminate her, why do they loose the ability to shoot when they are in range of her. Overall a lame effort and a waste of time. 3/10

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