It’s a little strange seeing Sylvester Stallone’s name under the screenwriting credits at the end of “The Expendables 3.” Here is a guy who broke into Hollywood by penning “Rocky” and then refusing to sell the script unless he got to play the lead role. In short, the man can write.
Of course, if there’s anyone qualified to spearhead the effort to keep Reagan-era big screen machismo alive, it’s Stallone. Your typical ’80s action hero wasn’t interested in a lot more than mowing down lots of bad guys and dropping bad one-liners, and Stallone was among the best at that particular ...
Also read: Hollywood’s Scenic Secrets Bared