"The least believable part of Extraction is that at no point do any of the 183 people that Chris Hemsworth kills mention how ridiculously good looking he is…" That's what Netflix said in a recent tweet about their new balls-to-the-wall action extravaganza that's set to become their biggest movie ever (90 million households watched the film in the first four weeks). The pleasantly ludicrous shoot-em-up finds Hemsworth weaving through a barrage of bullets in his role as Tyler Rake, a mercenary tasked with recovering the son of an Indian drug lord. Suffice to say, he doesn't take a softly-softly approach to his mission. The body-count is truly apocalyptic. Consequently, there's some pretty stiff competition when it comes to the "least believable" elements of the film (one single-take action scene includes a car chase, a dramatic rooftop escape, another car chase, hails of bullets, a knife-fight and a crazy number of explosions…). Yet one area that requires no willing suspension of disbelief is Hemsworth's wristwear. Throughout Extraction, Australia's favourite action-hero wears a Casio G-Shock Rangeman GW-9400. From a functional perspective this is a spot-on choice. The Rangeman series is billed by Casio as being able "to stand up to the most…

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