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As Darious Stone, an ex-soldier who was wrongfully imprisoned, Cube brings the force of his presence.Whatever he says, however lame the line may be, it tends to have a lot of resonance.Of course, that doesn't mean I'm unable to differentiate between a good movie and a bad one. It veers more towards the bad, which is why I'm giving it 2 out of 5 stars.

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Then make sure you are using the correct dependency as well: I think this solution is a bit out of topic (the question is specific to the erroneous Gradle plugin version).Maybe you should post another question for the Maven-related problem you experienced!Obviously, there are more than likely some moments from that even Diesel himself wouldn't be able to carry out, like skiing off of a cell tower, or skateboarding against a moving bus, Yet there are plenty of practical stunts that Vin looks to be executing himself, as we still see plenty of moments testifying to his stunt executing prowess.All thanks to his insatiable thirst for thrills and spills that the audience can rave about.Anyway, thank you for your contribution: I'll check the classpath thing as soon as I'm back in office!

This is the weirdest thing ever and I never expected it to work but this: distribution Url=https://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-2.2.1worked and got everything fixed (it was the '\' after https).

If you do decide to put down or dollars to see it, while watching it you may not laugh , one of the producers of this sequel gave the message to Vin Diesel: "You're not so special that we can't replace you." And they did, and the money making machine moved forward.

The title of "Triple X," you see, is interchangeable. Jackson) can bestow it upon the ultra-badass outsider who earns it.

This person of course must possess a devil-may-care attitude sufficient to pursue the business of being an ass-kicking secret agent.

(The ability to deliver a one liner is a plus, too.) This time around it's Ice Cube.

is "aggressively average" &#Array; a term borrowed from one of my favorite authors, Sarah Vowell &#Array; but it is actually worth seeing.