A comedy about a veteran NYPD cop whose rare baseball card is stolen. Since it's his only hope to pay for his daughter's upcoming wedding, he recruits his partner to track down the thief, a memorabilia-obsessed gangster.
Juan Carlos Hernández
A recently paroled ex-con who has trouble adjusting to the wacky normalcy of life outside of prison. He has spent the last three years behind bars after getting caught committing a crime and taking the rap for his much more dangerous pal.
Ex-Navy Seal Bobby Kalinowski lives a quiet, peaceful life as a landscape architect in an LA suburb with his wife Dawn and 16 year old daughter Brianna. Tonight they are invited out for an evening on the town by new neighbors clay and Elise Freeman to a happening club downtown. Little did they know that this would be the start of a life or death ordeal for the group. While at the club, Dawn is accosted by one of the club owners, Ethan Bordas. When Bobby intervenes and accidentally kills Ethan defending his wife, his enraged older brother, Seth, puts a one hundred thousand dollar bounty on his head. Now Bobby must escape LA while being pursued by every criminal, wise guy and thug in the city. Bobby decides to separate from his wife and neighbors and revert to his Navy Seal training to survive. To complicate matters, Seth has a corrupt police sergeant preventing Bobby from getting any help from the law! However, they all underestimate the fighting skills and abilities of Bobby ... Written by
In the case scene in the car park we see Rob Van Dam's character running down the stairs and the other three hiding in the jeep. When the two bikers pass the lights are turned on in the jeep, But in the next shot they are off and only come on when they start the engine. See more »
Let him go.
What? Fuck is wrong with you, man?
I said I changed my mind, let him go!
He's worth a hundred fuckin' thousand dollars, I'm takin' him in!
Am I not speaking English?
I don't care what you speaking, you big goofy motherfucker. I said I'm takin' him in...
[draws a gun and blows Razor's head off]
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I wasn't exactly disappointed with the film but it looks better on the case then it is on film. There were a few things wrong. One of which is the fact that when you look at the cover for the film you think that Batista is the main focus of the film. His not rob van dam is the main character but Batista is made to look more powerful which didn't work for me. There were some shaky camera shots that could have been fixed with the use of a steadicam or a tripod. One the upside it had a slight graphic novel feel about it with it's lighting in the strip club scene and the opening credits are quite graphic novel looking. The performances are very good I just think it could have been tightend up and made a better impression on the audience. It has an interesting look and feel.
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