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Another straight to DVD effort with Snipes not even trying to act
Terribly dull movie that I'm sure no one involved is proud of being a part of creating.
Appearantly Abel Ferrera was signed on to direct but jumped off after one week of shooting.
Can't say I blame him, if I had to make a movie with Wesley Snipes when he's in one of his infamous moods where he really doesn't want to act (as it appears he is in this movie) then who would really want to go on?
One facial expression the man holds throughout the whole movie, a facial expression of sheer boredom.
And that doesn't really excite the viewer either instead we're lead to feel the same way: bored.
A very simple story as well, goes from point a to b with not a single surprise in sight, it manages to pack in what most movies would take 45 minutes into double the time 90 minutes. Or maybe the right term is pack out? Anyways
Yeah it's a terribly uninspired b-action movie, even Zoe Bell whom I usually like kinda suck in this one.
I think it's the third straight to DVD movie where Wesley Snipes passes out for a while, I'm guessing he likes to do those scenes cause that leaves a lot of acting responsibilities on the rest of the cast and gives him time to go play Playstation in his set-trailer or whatever he does there.
Now that I think about it, it's my very least favorite Wesley Snipes movie and a complete waste of time for everyone involved and everyone watching.
Yeah give this one a pass, if you do want to try a Wesley Snipes direct to DVD movie go for HARD LUCK, that's actually enjoyable, or go back to the classics like PASSENGER 57 or BLADE.
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