Steve Austin stars as U.S. Border Patrol agent Jim Rhodes, a tough divorce mourning the loss of his murdered partner while struggling to raise his rebellious daughter in the mountains of ...
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When former black ops operative Cross (Seagal) and his partner Manning (Austin) are assigned to decommission an old prison, they must oversee the arrival of two mysterious female prisoners.... See full summary »
Jack Conrad is awaiting the death penalty in a corrupt Central American prison. He is "purchased" by a wealthy television producer and taken to a desolate island where he must fight to the death against nine other condemned killers from all corners of the world, with freedom going to the sole survivor.
A former bounty hunter who finds himself on the run as part of a revamped Condemned tournament, in which convicts are forced to fight each other to the death as part of a game that's broadcast to the public.
Steve Austin stars as U.S. Border Patrol agent Jim Rhodes, a tough divorce mourning the loss of his murdered partner while struggling to raise his rebellious daughter in the mountains of Montana. But when a crew of trigger-happy fugitives takes Rhodes and his daughter hostage, a rugged wilderness will explode in all-terrain vengeance. Is there any wounded animal more dangerous than a lawman left for dead? Written by
Gil Bellows (Maxwell Lord), Michael Eklund (Richter Maddox / Will), Michael Hogan (Slade Wilson), Adrian Holmes (Basqat / Griff), Brent Stait (Dr. Fate), Emilie Ullerup (Catherine Grant), and Donnelly Rhodes (Milash) have all guest starred on Smallville. See more »
When Lawson (Michael Hogan) is found dying before he is shot he says the money is gone, while sitting on top of a cliff with water at the bottom. After Lawson is shot Kim Rhodes (Marie Avgeropoulos) says "Lets go to the end of the river and see if it's there." Assuming it was thrown in the river. When the bag in retrieved you can clearly see that the bag is dry. See more »
Texas. Somewhere near the border.
There it is at eleven hundred. Doesn't look like much, but our informant swears it's a clearing house for human trafficking.
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I put off seeing "Hunt To Kill" for a long time, after coming across several negative reviews of it; I only rented it the other day when I was able to rent it very cheaply. After seeing it, I can understand what provoked those negative reviews. To be fair, not everything about the movie is disappointing. The production values are pretty good, the British Columbia locations the movie shot at are attractive to the eye, and Steve Austin shows he can play a tough and charismatic protagonist. If he can get on projects with good scripts and directors, I predict he could have a healthy B movie career ahead of him. Unfortunately, "Hunt To Kill" is not well-written or directed. The movie is surprisingly dull for the most part, with endless bickering between the characters and very little action for the first hour. What action there is isn't well-constructed, with poorly chosen camera angles and edits. Eric Roberts fans beware: He only appears for just a few minutes.
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