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A group of elite warriors parachute into an unfamiliar jungle and are hunted by members of a merciless alien race.

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Boston Globe - 9/10 by Wesley MorrisAntal is a professional who respects your dollars. In a season where the blockbusters are as flat as month-old soda, that’s the most romantic gesture a commercial filmmaker can make.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 8/10 by Jennie PunterPredators never gives us the satisfaction of knowing what motivates the alien hunters to use humans for sport, but at least it has fun showing us that humans can, indeed, be the most dangerous game.
New York Post - 8/10 by Lou LumenickAfter 23 years and three attempts, Predators finally delivers a solid sequel to the Arnold Schwarzenegger B-movie classic.
Austin Chronicle - 7/10 by Marc SavlovSummer was made for this kind of film, and Predators is almost exactly what you need to fix this otherwise busted summer cinema season.
Portland Oregonian - 7/10 by M. E. RussellWhile Predators isn't nearly as vivid or fresh as the original, it's certainly its strongest sequel.
Boxoffice Magazine - 7/10 by Pam GradyPredators is sometimes silly and hardly original, but it delivers the thrills.
Movieline - 7/10 by Michelle OrangeAmid the macho poses and reloading of his unbelievably enormous weapon, I was distracted by the notion of Brody’s participation as a kind of privately satisfying performance art (a similar impulse found James Franco doing a guest stint on "General Hospital").
Time Out - 6/10 by David FearThe odor of musty, late-’80s nostalgia may still hover around this already threadbare brand, but you simply don’t see movies that leave both the curious and the fans who truly care this viscerally satisfied anymore.
L.A. Weekly - 6/10 by Nick PinkertonDoing The Most Dangerous Game is, for action directors, what covering "Satisfaction" is to bar bands; if you hit most of the notes, it'll do.
Empire - 6/10 by Kim NewmanA solidly okay Saturday night effort, but unambitious considering the talent involved. Maybe Rodriguez should direct Predator Resurrection, but get a science fiction writer to script it.

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