Amidst the sweeping cityscape of cosmopolitan Hong Kong, an ex-Marine falls in love with a ballerina from China. Against mounting cultural and religious pressure, the two star-crossed lovers risk it all in pursuit of true love.
Stanley J. Orzel
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While wealthy Manhattanite brothers Dylan, Logan and their friends make the trek across town for a Brooklyn concert, they run into Simon, a notorious gangster. Dylan, in an ill-advised bid for a criminal relationship with Simon, sets up a drug deal. The deal soon goes awry, and a livid Simon wants them dead. In a desperate attempt to get back to Manhattan, the group must flee deeper and deeper into the belly of New York City's labyrinthine-like subway system in a terrifying life-or-death race against their pursuers. Written by
Horrible movie, poor acting and too much unnecessary screaming
The males in the movie didn't have any wits and they lacked bravery The females in the movie were too girly in a way that was just ridiculously, I mean continuously screaming unnecessarily, it made me want to come through the computer and smack the hell out of women to shut them up. Screaming like that would make the enemy know exactly where you are in the real world.
The movie was just stupid and a waste of time and money, good thing I watched it for free because I would have been highly upset if I had paid money.
In all fairness it's clear to why none of the actors or actresses in this movie ever made it big in the business, heck can't none of them act
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