Minneapolis Deputy Police Chief, Lucas Davenport, has to face off against a duo unlike any he's ever encountered; a lethal hit woman and a ferociously cunning killer determined to hunt him down.

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Minneapolis Deputy Police Chief, Lucas Davenport, has to face off against a duo unlike any he's ever encountered; a lethal hit woman and a ferociously cunning killer determined to hunt him down.

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One of the FBI agents is named Special Agent Leonard Heisman. The father of Mark Harmon (who himself played football at UCLA) was a Heisman trophy winner as a tailback for the University of Michigan. See more »

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In the final garage escape scene when Harmon shoots at the Jaguar on two levels of the garage, the same scene is used twice. (Look for black truck backed in.) See more »

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Great acting and story - crappy location . . .
9 April 2013 | by (Las Vegas, NV) – See all my reviews

I enjoyed this exciting story - excellent to have such strong roles for women - instead of trite female roles where the women are protagonists who best or beat up all the men - here are some in the antagonist or villain role - that out smart everyone - until they don't. Great script and excellent story. I like Mark here acting more natural than his part on NCIS where he is pretty much iron britches Gibbs. Here he's more human. The thing about filming in Canada is the light never looks very good. This film has that "made in Canada" look that all the Jesse Stone pictures have. It would've been a lot better actually filmed here in the US. I hope he makes more of these movies using the same character - really fun.


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