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When an attorney discovers her client committed murder to close a deal she flees to Las Vegas pursued to two relentless hitmen.








Cast overview, first billed only:
Missy (as Jennifer Sommerfield)
Tom Badal ...
Paul Marius ...
Christopher B. Aponte ...
Mario (as Christopher Aponte)
Killer Cop
Dink O'Neal ...
Tony Harras ...
Ryan Devine ...
Curtis Hannum ...
Pick-up Driver
Michael Groves ...
Gas Station Guy
Jay Richardson ...
PR Guy


When an attorney discovers her client committed murder to close a deal she flees to Las Vegas pursued to two relentless hitmen.

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She's young. She's an attorney. She's packing a 12-gauge shotgun.



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Rated R for language, violence and sexuality | See all certifications »




Release Date:

23 January 2001 (USA)  »

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Heiße Flucht nach Vegas  »

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It was bad, but not quite that bad
6 November 2005 | by (Barstow, CA) – See all my reviews

Yes, this movie needs some work but it's not as ultimately horrid as most of the reviews here would make you think.

I'd never ever heard of this flick, nor ever seen it in a major video rental chain. I only saw it for sale at a place that sells VHS movies along with DVD's, music, games, etc. Anyway, I loved the video box cover, and figured I'd rent it from NetFlix first. I'm glad I did because I didn't care for the movie much; however, it's a decently made movie. The character of Texas was terribly portrayed; he got on my nerves a lot. Well, actually, not necessarily him, but the terrible accent that came out of his mouth. Sometimes the other actors had trouble, but they were okay. I really liked the way the character of Daniel delivered his lines. Missy was very likable and pretty and all, but it was really hard to believe she was an attorney; she seemed a bit on the bimbo side with her very high-slit skirt (and that's even before it had to be torn and revealing more of her beautiful legs). Then there were a couple of just plain dumb things that happened, like how she was able to remove the one guy's shotgun from its rack in one second and without him noticing, for example. The sex scene was really ridiculous and I kept thinking they must both really stink by the time that occurred. Anyway, despite my gripes, I was able to sit through it and I'd say it was adequate for it's short running time. The ending was a bit messy and unfinished. Since I'm from the town of Barstow, CA I really liked that it was mentioned in the movie. I don't like to judge a movie until I know more about it; it's budget, its production situations, etc. That's why I like DVD commentary tracks so much. I've seen movies that I really thought were pathetic until I found out what the cast and crew went through and/or all the crap that goes on in "the movie business" and how they were able to somehow at least get the movie done and all. What really bugs me is when a movie such as "Independence Day" turns out to be such a letdown and real bore and they can't hide behind "well, we didn't really have a budget..." or some similar excuse.

By the way, despite what a previous message poster said, there were scenes where the shotgun was reloaded.

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