1- The original is 'blood, sweat and tears', which is used when people are expected to sacrifice everything in a project for the common good. Churchill used it in WWII. As it's an action film, you get the blood and sweat, but no need to cry.
2- I think this is a play on 'flesh and blood', which mean immediate relatives. In the film you get the flesh and brains from the fighting.
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