Coming together to solve a series of murders in New York City are a police detective whose family was slain as part of a conspiracy and an assassin out to avenge her sister's death. The duo will be hunted by the police, the mob, and a ruthless corporation.
The story of "Payne & Redemption" surrounds the psychological trauma endured by the film's main character, a weathered New York Detective, and his journey to seek redemption, after having ... See full summary »
yeah, you read it right, Max Payne: Hero, is better than the Official Max Payne movie by John Moore.
This is some kind of "videoclip" for the music "Hero" by Nicleback and it's well made, probably one of the best "videoclip" ever made (in the credits, there is the menu song of Max Payne 1). The action is just like the video game and it reminds me of the movies of John Woo (well, Max Payne have some inspirations from the work of John Woo).
Like i said, this is 100 times better than the official movie, i can make a list why the official Max Payne movie sucked, but if you compare the official movie to Max Payne: Hero, you will notice that in the official movie, there is no John Woo style of action, but there are other flaws in the official movie. Watch it now on youtube or something else, it's worth it.
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