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2002

Action Hero of the Week: Quinn Abercromby

When dragons are unleashed and nearly wipe out all of humanity, Quinn Abercromby leads some of the few survivors in the UK but gets drawn into a plan to kill the dragons’ only male by a crazed American commando and his team.
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Musical Montage: Enrique Iglesias “Hero”

With a music video directed by Torque director Joseph Kahn, Enrique Iglesias’ massive hit Hero finds Iglesias and his love interest Jennifer Love Hewitt being tracked by a criminal played by none other than Mickey Rourke, who seemingly wants back a bag of cash the love birds stole from him.
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Musical Montage: Chad Kroeger ft. Josey Scott “Hero”

Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man movie in 2002 set the standard for a lot of things in the comic book genre, like filling the soundtrack albums with nu-metal/alternative rock songs, as the main single from the first film was the huge hit “Hero”, from Nickelback lead singer Chad Kroeger.
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Movie of the Month: Frailty

The late Bill Paxton starred and directed the 2002 horror thriller Frailty, which finds his character enlisting his two sons to help him slay what he says are demons, leading the FBI, including an agent played by Powers Boothe, to believe a serial killer is on the loose.
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Musical Montage: Rammstein “Feuer Frei”

Setting the tone for the xXx universe, Rammstein performed their song Feuer Frei in the opening sequence of the 2002 xXx and director Rob Cohen directed the band’s official music video as well.
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Action Hero of the Week: Sasha Petrosevitch

Sasha Petrosevich is an undercover FBI agent at New Alacatraz prison when a team of mercenaries storms the prison to interrogate an inmate who knows where over $200 million in gold bricks is hidden and Sasha must rally the inmates to stop them.
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Movie of the Month: Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

We’re commentating on the 2002 video game adaptation Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, where Angelina Jolie took on the Illuminati alongside James Bond as everyone’s favorite female treasure hunter.
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Musical Montage: Godsmack “I Stand Alone”

For The Scorpion King, director Chuck Russell originally wanted a revamped version of Godsmack’s “Voodoo” but lead singer Sully Erna instead delivered the hard rocking new song, I Stand Alone.
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