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Assassins' Code (2011)

R | | Thriller | 2011 (USA)
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A corporate assassination forces opportunistic double agents from three nations to fight to retrieve a high-tech computer disk containing schematics for a deadly weapon.

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Paul Thorn
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Karl Kim
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Arlo
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Tony Brill
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Daniel Dodd
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Ernest Altman
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Tiffany Yee ...
Jennifer
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Angela
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Salma (as Christine Whitney)
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Eileen Barker ...
Elizabeth Rose ...
Maria
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Charles
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A hero with a shadowy past... A merciless opponent... A doomsday weapon... When a corporate assassination forces a disbanded military squad to converge on a U.S. city, ruthless spies from three nations struggle to retrieve a high-tech computer disk containing schematics for a powerful missile. To hide from his past sins as a government assassin, former agent Paul Thorn withdrew to an anonymous quiet life. When a dying associate delivers plans for a lethal technological secret a long list of people on both sides of the law struggle to gain control and Thorn is drawn back into the deadly world of international espionage where he is forced to battle North Korean agent Karl Kim, a long-time nemesis whose sense of honor and desire for revenge over shadow his duty to obtain the disk. Serpent Rising is a fast paced action thriller where nothing is as it seems, betrayal is the standard, and lives are expendable. Written by Tri-M Entertainment

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Rated R for violence, language and brief nudity | See all certifications »
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$1,200,000 (estimated)
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Cheap, derivative action fare
12 May 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

ASSASSINS' CODE really is a boring action B-movie. It feels like one of those cheap straight-to-video efforts from the 1990s, although it was made in 2011; for a thriller, it's amateurish in the extreme, and almost totally devoid of suspense or decent action scenes.

Despite the title, the plotting is along the lines of the old 'retrieve the computer disk' variety. Some of the characters are supposed to be North Korean agents, but none of it rings true. I appreciate that they went ahead and cast a few Asian actors in lead roles, but none of them give the kind of decent performances you'd expect even from this type of movie.

What we do get are a whole lot of mindless shoot-out scenes with dull choreography, and various cameos from old genre stars: Martin Kove, Richard Moll, John Savage, Christopher Atkins. There's no real reason to tune in.


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