RIDDICK

Director David Twohy
Year 2013
Starring Vin Diesel, Karl Urban
Rating R
Run Time 119min
Age Policy

18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.

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RIDDICK is the third movie installment in the highly regarded series that launched with PITCH BLACK (2000) and was followed up with THE CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK (2004). Vin Diesel reprises the title role and teams up once again with director and writer David Twohy for this highly anticipated movie.

The plot focuses on the anti-hero Riddick; he has been left for dead on a desert planet where he finds himself fighting for his life against alien predators far more viscious than any human he has ever faced. Riddick is forced to use a beacon to alert the very bounty hunters he has been evading to come and collect him as this is the only way he can possibly escape. The mercs that arrive are even more lethal than any Riddick has faced before, and onboard one of the ships is a captain who has a very personal score to settle.

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