According to What’s on Netflix, the Russell Crowe action thriller Land of Bad is set to make its subscription-based streaming debut on Netflix next month. Directed by William Eubank, who co-wrote the script with David Frigerio, Land of Bad stars Liam Hemsworth, Russell Crowe, Luke Hemsworth, Ricky Whittle, and Milo Ventimiglia. The story centers on Captain Eddie “Reaper” Grimm (Crowe), a US Air Force drone pilot providing air support to a Delta Force team in the southern Philippines. Following a critical mishap, Sergeant JJ “Playboy” Kinney (Liam Hemsworth), a young Air Force TACP officer, becomes part of an extraction team relying solely on Reaper’s remote air support.

What is the movie ‘Land of Bad’ about?

Starring Russell Crowe and Liam Hemsworth, Land of Bad plunges viewers into a harrowing 48-hour struggle for survival during a covert Special Forces operation in the South Philippines. When an elite extraction team is ambushed deep in enemy territory, rookie officer Kinney (Hemsworth) finds himself outnumbered and desperate to save his comrades. With an airstrike imminent, Kinney’s only lifeline is the expertise of Air Force drone pilot Reaper (Crowe), who must navigate them through treacherous terrain and relentless threats, where every decision could be their last.

What is the Netflix streaming release date for ‘Land of Bad’?

After premiering in US theaters on February 16th, 2024, and transitioning to PVOD on March 19th, the film will be available for streaming audiences this June. Netflix is all set to debut Land of Bad on July 18th, 2024.

Is ‘Land of Bad’ on Netflix, Prime Video, or Max?

Distributed by The Avenue and opening to mostly positive reviews, Land of Bad will be available on Netflix on July 18th. For the time being, Netflix is the only streaming platform that will host the movie until the rights expire and Prime Video or Max picks it up.

Is ‘Land of Bad’ available to rent or buy digitally?

Yes. If you don’t have a Netflix subscription, you can Buy or rent Land of Bad now at slashed prices of $7.99 and $5.99, respectively. Additionally, if you are into physical media, you can Buy the DVD for the film here.

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