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A methodical female assassin is stalking and killing members of a ruthless criminal organization. The killer, a mysterious young Russian woman, dispatches her victims with Black Widow brutality, working her way through the ranks of thugs, and drug dealers. One of her victims survives. A wealthy, retired crime boss, Virgil. He shares a past with the Russian Woman and her betrayal breaks his heart. Furious and paranoid, Virgil cannot trust even his closest associates. So, he enlists a crooked homicide detective, Beck, to track her down before the police get to her. Written by
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Everyone. Kill everyone. That's what he taught me. No time for doubts, no time for hesitation, no time for feelings, no time for friends, no time for family. The only way you can make sure you won't be betrayed, is to kill everyone around you. "Everyone must die," he said. "Everyone."
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Guy runs with a bunch of clowns called "Nazis for Jesus".
Raina (Stana Katic - "Castle", Quantum of Solace)is out for revenge.
She takes it in the opening on a former lover (Tom Berenger), who
manages to survive only, as he jokes, because of his lifestyle - a big
belly! He puts Beck (Paul Sloan) on her tail, but she is hard to catch
as she pops up all over the city like Jason, slashing her way through
various bad guys, even Tom Sizemore, who imagines himself a player
after leaving a group of Nazis who sell crack to teen girls before
turning them out.
At the same time, we are seeing Amanda Brooks really do a dance on some
others. She & her boyfriend Lee (Michael Biehn - Aliens, The
Terminator) have an interesting way of removing tats; some massive
gunfights, and lots more deaths.
A good slasher/gangster film.
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