When a trailer begins with Samuel L. Jackson telling you, “Kick some ass, get the girl, and try to look dope while you’re doing it,” you know you’re in for the best kind of cheesiness a huge Hollywood action movie can offer. It’s not like a whole lot of people were really clamoring for xXx: Return of Xander Cage, but the newly released trailer gives more than a few reasons why it looks like it’ll be truly glorious self aware popcorn fun.

Vin Diesel returns to the franchise after a 14-year absence (he skipped the first sequel, which was headlined by Ice Cube) as Xander Cage, the former extreme sports athlete turned international super-spy who comes out of self-imposed exile after being recruited once again by Jackson’s NSA agent Augustus Eugene Gibbons to recover a doomsday weapon codenamed Pandora’s Box.

We get all of the patented plot points that should happen in a Vin Diesel movie. Vin’s loner character assembles a crazy team of specially trained operatives, they get together to pull off some death- and physics-defying stunts, there are ample explosions, and they eventually hang out together and drink Corona or some equivalent alcoholic beverage.

Get extreme and watch the new trailer below:

The fun of Return of Xander Cage is that it almost prides itself with looking exceedingly dumb. Mind you, this is only the trailer and it features Diesel’s former extreme sports guy spy somehow surfing gigantic ocean waves on a motorcycle, skiing through the jungle, and pulling some sick moves by skateboarding across the side of a moving bus. If it didn’t have a winking spirit, it could come across as tedious, but the trailer has a gleeful anarchy about it that guarantees the movie won’t take itself too seriously.

To top it off, xXx: Return of Xander Cage features a fairly interesting international cast that also includes Donnie Yen, Ruby Rose, Nina Dobrev, Rory McCann, Tony Jaa, Toni Collette, Deepika Padukone, and, of course, Jackson. It shreds into theaters on January 20, 2017.

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Sean is a Brooklyn-based writer with several degrees in English literature. When he’s not digging up culture stories for Inverse, he’s listening to Harry Nilsson and mining obscure movie facts for Mental Floss.