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Code Name: Wolverine (1996)

Jesus said let there be light so it was lit

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Harry Gordini
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Monica Gordini
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Adolfo Jones
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Special Agent John Baines
Matthew Cox ...
Joey Gordini
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Insp. Della Cortese
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Special Agent Roy Murdoch
Brian Protheroe ...
Jack Dunbar
Jeffry Wickham ...
(as Jeffrey Wickham)
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Nardo
Richard D. Sharp ...
Naval Commander (as Richard Sharp)
Noah Lee Margetts ...
Manny (as Noah Magretts)
Alessandro Borgese ...
First Smuggler
David Israel ...
The Mule
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El Jefe (as Ted Roussoff)
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Harry Gordini is on his way to Italy for a holiday with his family. On his way he accidentally picks up the wrong suitcase which holds in it hundreds of millions worth of new superdrug. Now the drugdealers want the drugs back and kidnap Harry's wife and son. But unfortunately Harry isn't just anyone, he's an ex-Navy SEAL and veteran of the Gulf war, code named "Wolverine". He successfully rescues his wife and kid from the drugdealers, but unfortunately their problems aren't yet over. Adolfo Jones, the head of the crime organisation, is still at large, and he's being helped by couple of dirty DEA-agents. Once again the drugdealer Jones is able to kidnap his son. So everything must come down to a final showdown between the "Wolverine" and Jones... Written by MrIQ

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Rated R for violence | See all certifications »
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3 December 1996 (USA)  »

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Was intended as a potential tv series. This would have been the pilot. See more »

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Lame ending to lightweight action flick
14 September 1999 | by See all my reviews

Well it's quite amusing I suppose, very slow considering it's < 2 hours long, but there are some funny lines

The ending is however the lamest attempt at leaving it open for a sequel I've ever seen.


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