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RiddickIn the previous part, Riddick became the Commander of Necromonger but he has still been haunting worried about his home planet, Furya. One day, Vaako says that he knows where Furya is and he wants to have a deal with Riddick to become the new Commander, then he will reveal the position of Furya and a ship to take Riddick there. In spite of suspecting Vaako, Riddick strikes the deal and starts the journey with some liegeman to find the home planet. Can he go back to his home? What will happen in this planet?Keywords:
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Directors of "Riddick"David TwohyBirthdate: 18 October 1955, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Creators of "Riddick"David TwohyBirthdate: 18 October 1955, Los Angeles County, California, USAJim WheatBirthdate: 1952
Critic Reviews of "Riddick"GrantlandJanuary 06, 2014
He's spent the bulk of his career hiding in franchises, hypermasculinizing himself. We can live with this. But this new movie makes you wonder whether Diesel can.New YorkerSeptember 16, 2013
David Twohy's film is scarcely original, but the sheer survivalist grind of our hero, against comical odds, becomes appealingly mad ...Chicago ReaderSeptember 12, 2013
A vibrant stylistic mishmash that works brilliantly in chunks but is ultimately too scattered to sustain any cohesion.Rolling StoneSeptember 06, 2013
Riddick, an alternately kick-ass and clumsy piece of sci-fi claptrap that puts its empty head down and gets the job done.Chicago Sun-TimesSeptember 06, 2013
Fans of lean, mean, testosterone-steeped sci-fi action are likely to find Riddick kind of a blast, however -- even though it offers few surprises.Boston GlobeSeptember 06, 2013
The movie's cheap but has a sense of humor, and it's smart enough to let Riddick just get back to being a badass.The Film StageJune 27, 2016
What's disappointing about Riddick is that it never seems to figure out why we would want to follow the main character, outside of his propensity for violence and snark.CinemixtapeApril 17, 2016
B-level sci-fi doesn't have to be this tedious or banal.eFilmCritic.comJuly 15, 2015
Seems like a side adventure.Philadelphia WeeklyApril 28, 2015
Diesel's a guy who orders everything with extra cheese. Especially his dialogue.ForbesAugust 05, 2014
If you are a fan of sci-fi, of horror, and/or of the mix of the two genres, you should find plenty to enjoy here and I recommend the film to you.The VergeJanuary 22, 2014
Maybe the return of Xander Cage will be better.
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