A mysterious gunman, Aman, is the son of a nun who breaks her covenant with God to ensure his survival. This act brings a curse upon Aman - all those that die by his gun will return. Soon, he is hunted by a gang of his undead former victims, led by the vicious Kansa. Aman enlists Fabulos, a new young warrior, to fight by his side. Written by
In October 2006, while filming this movie, Wesley Snipes was indicted on a litany of tax-dodging charges, and a warrant was issued for his arrest. Production on the film began before the Grand Jury returned the indictment. On Dec. 8th, 2006 Snipes flew into his hometown of Orlando on a private jet and voluntarily turned himself in. Snipes pleaded not guilty to all charges; he was released on $1 million bond and allowed to return to Africa to finish this movie. See more »
In the end of the movie when Aman leaves his gun is back in his holster when just moments before the holster was empty. See more »
A man might take the news of his own death... badly.
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Life is short and we do not have much time for gladdening the hearts of those who are traveling the dark way with us. Oh, be swift to love! Make haste to be kind! Journal intime. Henri-Frédéric Amiel (1821 - 1881) See more »
Growing up watching Demolition Man, Art of War, Balde trilogy, and the fan, I became a die-hard fan myself of Mr. Snipes. I felt bad of how Mr. Snipes career took a plunge after his Tax evasion case and sentence... But I had big hopes for his return...
This movie was a total destruction of any hope... it is a B-Movie at best... Some of the worst acting I've ever seen, No story Nothing... Except for Mr. Snipes presence, honestly I'm not sure his presence counts in pros or cons.
If you have the least respect for Mr. Snipes, take my advice and DON'T WATCH THIS DISASTER.
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