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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
Min-su Choi ...
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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Powers
Tiffany Yee ...
Jennifer
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Angela
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Salma (as Christine Whitney)
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Stacia
Eileen Barker ...
Elizabeth Rose ...
Maria
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Charles
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Doc Reynolds
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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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Boring B movie bomb
3 August 2014 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

I decided to buy this movie because not only did it contain an interesting B movie cast (John Savage, Martin Kove, Christopher Atkins, and Richard Moll), but that the store that was selling it was only charging a dollar. Boy, it sure didn't take long into watching this movie before I was regretting my decision. It's a really cheap affair, with cinematography that at times resembles one of those shot on video B movies from the 1980s. No one in the cast gives a particularly good performance, with the lead actor coming across as incredibly stiff and emotionless. But the biggest problem with the movie is that it's really boring. Though the DVD case promises "fast action and furious martial arts", the gun battles have absolutely no power and excitement, and while there are some fisticuffs here and there, I don't think any of them qualify as being martial arts. Unless you want to be bored out of your mind by endless scenes of people talking, I would strongly recommend you give this movie a miss.


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