Sly takes action into his hands

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R ocky star Sylvester Stallone has lashed out at Hollywood's high-tech movie makers for ruining big-screen action. The muscle-bound actor and director, 63, says computer wizardry is boring audiences and has called for a return to the kind of movies he and celeb pal Arnold Schwarzenegger made back in the Eighties. And to prove his point, Sly is predicting his big summer romp, The Expendables, will have action fans demanding more real action. “This film is more physical than whatever else is out there,” says Sly, who stars alongside Arnie, Mickey Rourke and Jason Statham among others in the trigger-happy romp. “There are not a lot of computer tricks. Films today have become too sophisticated. Audiences now just want to see something that's real. That's why all the men in this can do their own stunts. They are real people and they take some serious hits.”

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