Sam Ramirez is a veteran cop in the NYPD with very little to talk to about. On a routine stake out, a drug deal goes bad; and he is forced to put his gun to work. Fellow officers soon learn that Ramirez killed Mob Boss Vince Gallo's brother, in revenge for the death of his partner. Now with a Mob contract on his head, and the police wanting him for murder, Ramirez must navigate the shadows of betrayal between the mob enforcers and the police; in a desperate attempt to stay alive and keep a promise to his dead partner. Compelled to fight, Sam's silence is broken by the sound of his gun. Written by
The story behind this movie contains certainly interesting aspects worth developing, but as soon as the bad guy starts fondling the breasts of a lady-cop and giving her el-shocks, with a lousy snitch watching her, you know this is horror for teenagers and it will be bad movie. The car chases are unbelievably fake and simply PC-racing stuff while Sam is on a killing spree. B-film? No C- or D-film with lousy acting, predictable lines and cliché-characters. Not worth giving a minute or your time. That is if you do not like this kind of stuff, a cafeteria catering you violence and simplistic lust with no brain and interesting people attached to the story.
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