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Xander and Serena enliven their otherwise lifeless flirtations by rolling live grenades back and forth across a table.CIA headquarters appears to have been moved from Langley to Manhattan without explanation.Executive producers, Vince Totino, Scott Hemming, Ric Kidney, Gloria Borders, Zack Roth.

Xander Cage (Diesel) was pronounced dead in “x Xx: State of the Union,” but as this film begins, his condition has been upgraded to “alive.” He’s been living off the grid for years, yet his past remains close behind, as the pasts of extreme-sports-enthusiasts-turned-secret-agents tend to do.

Intelligence officer Jane Marke (Toni Collette, affecting the salty deadpan of a weary suburban mom on her third margarita of the afternoon) tracks him down with an urgent new assignment: A mysterious gang of daredevils lead by Serena (Deepika Padukone), Xiang (Yen), and Talon (a sadly under-utilized Tony Jaa) have absconded with a secret weapon dubbed “Pandora’s Box,” which allows malefactors to drop satellites from the sky, and she needs Xander to recover it.

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Rarely do five minutes elapse without some sort of laugh-out-loud absurdity, and the distinction between the film’s intentional and unintentional comedy grows hazier as it goes.

Xander goes “undercover” in London by donning a ridiculous fur coat and bedding five bikini-clad computer hackers at once.

“x Xx: Return of Xander Cage” begins in outer space, and the camera follows a rogue satellite as it leaves orbit and plummets toward the exact spot on Earth where Samuel L.

Jackson and Brazilian soccer star Neymar are discussing Stacy Peralta skate films in a Chinese restaurant.

None of this makes any more sense onscreen than it does on paper, and therein lies this film’s undeniable numbskull appeal.

It’s unlikely that anyone aside from prodigal star and producer Diesel was screaming for a return of the “x Xx” franchise, which already felt Clinton-era-dated when it launched in 2002, and seemed to have fizzled for good after 2005’s Diesel-free sequel.

But it’s very clear what Diesel wants to do with it, and that involves taking more than a few cues from the star’s “Fast and the Furious” saga, which somehow turned from a standard-issue b-movie assembly line into action cinema’s best-loved steroidal soap opera.

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