Extraction | Official Trailer | Screenplay by JOE RUSSO Directed by SAM HARGRAVE | Netflix



Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is a fearless black market mercenary who embarks on the deadliest mission of his career when he’s enlisted to rescue the kidnapped son of an international crime lord. Directed by Sam Hargrave, this action-packed, edge-of-your-seat thriller is produced by Joe and Anthony Russo, the visionary directors of Avengers: Endgame.

Screenplay by JOE RUSSO
Directed by SAM HARGRAVE

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Extraction | Official Trailer | Netflix

A hardened mercenary’s mission becomes a soul-searching race to survive when he’s sent into Bangladesh to rescue a drug lord’s kidnapped son.

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28 thoughts on “Extraction | Official Trailer | Screenplay by JOE RUSSO Directed by SAM HARGRAVE | Netflix

  1. Spoiler, i dont really get the main plot, why in the hell powerful drug lord kidnapping the son of money less prisoned drug lord who cant even hire mercenaries..

    But damned that continuous cgi action scene like in the midway movie was spectacular!!

  2. Look at the stars
    Look how they shine for you
    And everything you do
    Yeah they were all yellow

    I came along
    I wrote a song for you
    And all the things you do
    And it was called "Yellow"

    So then I took my turn
    Oh what a thing to have done
    And it was all yellow

  3. There is no Bangladeshi actor here.
    Can't they take any Bangladeshi actor and the Bangladeshi voice is not real.This is Indian Kolkata language.

  4. What nonsense it's not my Bangladesh 😡 that's seen not dhaka Bangladesh
    bcz police & uniform not Bangladeshi police 😛 it's our Bangladesh not African country 😳😳

  5. The action/fight scenes are actually really pretty good at times. Cinematography is way above average, the way it pans from one character to anothers pov, continually, then converging again.

  6. The children of Bangladesh are not like that shown in this movie, like killing people with guns. Again they are more respectful with their mother language. The director could have been more careful.

  7. This one is a utter garbage for a film.

    Unless it had been their agenda to belittle some countries, the makers should have studied Bangladesh's very obvious social indices that are way ahead of any South Asian countries including India.

    Bangladesh is a country many Asian countries dream to be when it comes to social harmony and development.

    Very disappointing to see such degrading of Bangladesh.

  8. Actions and acting in this movie is very good, but if I think like a people of Bangladesh, You are miss lots of details about Bangladesh- Dhaka. About the (Bangla) language, some time seance are not match with Bangladesh and Dhaka. As a viewer, I enjoy this move, but as a Bangladeshi, I miss lots of things.

  9. You guys are representing Bangladesh Badly 😡😡. Bangladesh is more developed then India. First now about Bangladesh. Then make a movie 🙄🙄😡😵😡

  10. Chrissie, if you read this man, please make more of these action movies haha. Fight scenes really well done, love the intensity.

  11. Hey Netflix I hope you can see this , I just wanted to say WHY DON’T THE UK AND US HAVE THE SAME SHOWS I JUST WANNA WATCH SOME NARUTO WITH NO ADS MAN.

  12. i hope there will be part two of this movie where ovi mahajan will try avenge the boy who killed tyler

    and the boy who killed tyler becomes the leader of mafia after the death of former mafia leader which was shown in the end.

  13. The director of this film thinks that he never came to Bangladesh and he never saw Dhaka in Bangladesh. If I had served in any force in Bangladesh, I would have filed a case against Netflix

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