the Expendables Movies have a pretty bad reputation. However, its spectacular cast, exciting action, and great lines make for a highly entertaining action series. Sure, the film’s cast easily entice many people to watch the film, but it’s the thrilling action and brutal kills that keep many coming back.So without further ado, fuel your muscles and polish your weapons as we rank the best kills the Expendables franchise.
10 X-Ray Machine – The Expendables 2 (2012)
The final action is Expendables 2 is sensational. Witness the biggest action stars and heroes of the 80’s including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Chuck Norris and Sylvester Stallone racking up huge kill counts as they gun down their enemies . But there’s no better moment than a very creative X-ray machine kill.
In Chuck Norris’ one-man massacre, the legendary martial artist kicked a bad guy onto an airport security conveyor belt before injecting him with lead. What makes the kill so memorable is that the audience saw it through an X-ray machine.
Lacking decorum and creativity compared to the other kills on this list, this brutal kill still ranks high. During the kill, Dolph Lundren repeatedly and relentlessly stomped on the head of one of his allies and on the glove box of a moving car. While the kill was ultimately great, the final cherry on the cake was when Lundren exclaimed, “Insect!” to his dead companion.
8 Bike vs Chopper – The Expendables 2 (2012)
Shooting vehicles at helicopters in action movies is nothing new.we see it in live free or die, it returns here Expendables 2. This time, however, Sylvester Stallone revs up the motorcycle’s engine and sends it flying towards a helicopter that shoots Stallone and Jason Statham.
Instead of destroying or blowing up the helicopter right away, the motorcycle slams it into the ground, causing the helicopter to dive violently, causing a massive explosion.
7 Full Speed Ahead – The Expendables 3 (2014)
Expendables 3 Undoubtedly the weakest of the team. However, it does have its moments. Most notable is the exhilarating train action sequence, which features Wesley Snipes making his stellar debut in the action blockbuster franchise.
Filled with rage and vengeance, Wesley Snipes’ character ran to the front of the train and killed the train conductor before jumping onto the machine gun turret mounted on the front of the train. So this sent the train speeding into a heavily fortified fort, which Wesley Snipes took down with a turret. Snipes’ captors and torturers notably stand directly in the middle of said fort as the train speeds toward him, running over him and destroying the entire fort.
6 Barnes Finger Gun – The Expendables 2 (2012)
The title might not imply a particularly great kill, but this inventive and bad kill Expendables 2 Really good. Sylvester Stallone and Jason Statham are caught between a rock and a hard place at the climax of an exciting opening action sequence. Surrounded by numerous militiamen, Stallone and Statham must find their way out.
However, Stallone’s brilliant idea was to have his fingers in the shape of guns. Universal finger gun sport. From there, Statham’s character asks, “Is it loaded yet?” to which Stallone’s character responds, “We can only hope.” Stallone then takes aim at the enemy with a finger pistol, and with a quick “thrakakar thrakakar,” the militia is blasted to pieces by a sniper rifle wielded by Liam Hemsworth’s character. One of the most creative kills in the series.
5 “Come here!” – The Expendables 2 (2012)
As mentioned before, the final behavior Expendables 2 An over the top action movie fan’s dream. Undoubtedly, one of the finale’s many highlights was the brutal and jaw-dropping battle between Sylvester Stallone’s Barney Ross and Jean-Claude Van Damme’s villain. That’s Wei Lane. Two action legends battle it out, and the villain falls to Barney Ross in the end.
Perhaps the best way to describe this vicious carnage is to compare it to the Scorpion special. Mortal Kombat Video game franchise. After seemingly losing the fight and being taunted by Winton’s villains, Stallone grabbed a metal chain and wrapped it around Winton’s neck before pulling the legendary martial artist towards Stallone and thrusting a knife into the opponent’s chest.
4 “Damn” Chuck Norris – The Expendables 2 (2012)
Remember that hilarious Chuck Norris meme? the Expendables Franchises rely heavily on them. Throughout the series, there are many great moments and dialogue from this skilled martial artist and action hero. That is, when Stallone’s Barney Ross asked Chuck Norris’ Booker, “I heard another rumor that you were bitten by a king cobra?” Norris replied, “Yes. Yes, I was. But after five days of suffering, the cobra died.”
One of Norris’ best moments of all time, however, comes when he single-handedly defeats an entire army and a single tank, pinning down Ross and his death squad. When all hope is lost and the Expendables run out of ammo, the attackers are faced with a barrage of bullets coming out of nowhere, while a mysterious protector blows up the tank.But as we watched Chuck Norris stroll leisurely through the smoke toward the iconic The Good, the Bad and the Ugly theme, everything makes sense.
3 Front Propeller – The Expendables 2 (2012)
another moment from the brilliant finale Expendables 2 Two martial artists, Scott Adkins and Jason Statham, finally got their chance to face off. The fight is filled with brilliant choreography and physical action from both martial artists, but the highlight, without a doubt, is the brutal death of underrated action star Scott Adkins, whose head was shredded by a spinning helicopter propeller.
2 Man and Knife – The Expendables 2 (2012)
the Expendables The series is filled with many memorable great lines, but none more brilliant than Jason Statham’s “By the powers that have been given to me, I now proclaim you, man and knife.” Yes, cheesy, but that’s the nature of this franchise. So, as expected, after delivering that line, Jason Statham’s Lee Christmas sets out to syncopate a church full of bad guys.
1 Barrage – The Expendables 2 (2012)
There are a lot of overkill kills in an action movie. The kind that makes you think: “Okay. That’s a bit much”. However, having said that, we absolutely love every bit of the film’s overkill. Whether it’s John Wick shooting an assassin with a dragon’s breath shotgun, only to have that enemy run back into his line of fire, waiting for John to shoot him again, or even Judge Dredd firing a flare into the criminal’s mouth, melting him from the inside face in an action epic, SWAT Judge. Yet few killings have been more brutal or more callously unnecessary than this one. Expendables 2.
After The Expendables defeat the villainous thugs who attacked an unarmed town, they discover there is only one left, Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundren, Nan Yu, Randy Couture and Terry Cruise both turned and emptied the magazine onto the poor soldier’s flailing torso, blood and guts spraying everywhere, leaving just a giant hole.