Charismatic Cardboard & Xander CagexXx: Return of Xander Cage
is brings the series back to its B-movie roots.
After years of playing video games at friends’ houses, my family got a GameCube in 2002. Finally I could play all the Tony Hawk
’s Pro Skater 3 that my nine year-old heart desired, though I honestly played way more Pro Skater 4. Too uncoordinated (and too afraid) to skateboard, I had a Razor Scooter. The time I didn’t spend outside was split between games, television, and movies. I was the target audience for xXx.
Thirteen years and a little maturity later, I am stoked for xXx: Return of Xander Cage
Sure, the first film had its fair share of flaws. Some articles, like this retrospective from The Dissolve (Rip), note that the film failed to deliver on its promise of the James Bond of the 21st century. The