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7 October 2012 (Poland) See more »
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When killers collide, every bullet counts.
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Cuba Gooding Jr. ... Ray Carver

Dolph Lundgren ... Aleksey Andreev

Claudia Bassols ... Janice Knowles
Andrew Bicknell ... Mikhail Suverov
Catalin Babliuc ... Liev

Louis Mandylor ... Demyan Ivanov

Leo Gregory ... Bobby Suverov
Lia Sinchevici ... Mila
George Remes ... Gregori
Alin Panc ... Vlad Tavanian

Billy Murray ... Leo Crosby
Florin Roata ... Junior
Alexandra Murarus ... Nadia

Aaron McPherson ... Peter
Andrei Ciopec ... Waiter
Bogdan Uritescu ... Nicholai Dvorak
Jimmy Townsend ... Ivan
David Medina ... Matous
Bogdan Farkas ... Goon
Justin Bursch ... Crony
Patricia Poienaru ... Juliana
Slavi Slavov ... Goon 2
Annalee Gooding ... Bus Passenger
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Zane Jarcu ... Crony (uncredited)
Kelly Riemenschneider ... The Father of Janice Knowles (uncredited)
Lulu Riemenschneider ... Young Janice Knowles (uncredited)

Directed by
William Kaufman 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Derek Kolstad 
Chad Law  uncredited
Evan Law  uncredited
Benjamin Shahrabani 

Produced by
Mark Bakunas .... associate producer
Craig Borden .... associate producer
Justin Bursch .... producer
Mike Callaghan .... executive producer
Francisco Gonzalez .... executive producer (as Francisco J. González)
Kevin Kasha .... executive producer
Brad Krevoy .... producer
Chad Law .... associate producer
Evan Law .... associate producer
Reuben Liber .... executive producer
Patrick Newall .... producer
Patricia Poienaru .... line producer
Roman Viaris-de-Lesegno .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
John Roome 
 
Cinematography by
Mark Rutledge 
 
Film Editing by
Russell White 
 
Casting by
Gillian Hawser 
 
Production Design by
Anca Perja 
John Welbanks 
 
Art Direction by
Cosmin Sarbulescu 
 
Set Decoration by
Alina Pentac 
 
Costume Design by
Ana Ioneci 
 
Makeup Department
Gabriela Gociu .... makeup artist
Marga Stefan .... hair stylist
Andrea Dardea Tesdall .... key makeup artist (as Andreea Dardea)
Andrea Dardea Tesdall .... makeup designer (as Andreea Dardea)
Nicoleta Toader .... assistant hair stylist
 
Production Management
Titi Radoaie .... unit production manager
Kelly Riemenschneider .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Craig Borden .... first assistant director
Remus Enus .... first assistant director: second unit
Samuel Haun .... title sequence director
Balazs Juszt .... second unit director
Roxana Leotescu .... first assistant director: second unit
Maria Nita .... second assistant director
Sai Selvarajan .... second unit director: photography
 
Art Department
Oana Babes .... art department coordinator
Dan Toma .... property master
 
Sound Department
Patrick O. Bird .... supervising sound editor
Brett Butler .... sound mixer
Gelu Costache .... sound recordist: second unit
Naomi Dandridge .... adr mixer
John W. Frost .... supervising sound editor
Liviu Lupsa .... boom operator
Mykl Rogers .... sound editor
Eric Stolz .... sound re-recording mixer
Lionel Strutt .... adr coordinator
Cristian Tarnovetchi .... sound mixer
Sam Vargas .... sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Nick Allder .... special effects supervisor
Liviu Lungu .... special effects foreman
Adrian Nica .... special effects technician
Adrian Popescu .... special effects supervisor
George Tudoran .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Aurelian Cojocaru .... digital compositor
Adrian Costea .... lead matchmove
Felix Lepadatu .... visual effects supervisor
Razvan Margineanu .... digital compositor
Claudiu Olaru .... matchmover
George Palcut .... digital compositor
Alexandru Ion Radu .... visual effects production manager
Robert Sarbu .... environment artist
Garrick Campsey .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Florin Barcun .... stunt performer
Artimon Catalin .... stunts
Mihai Diaconu .... stunts
Madalin Dragan .... stunt performer
Doru Dumitrescu .... stunts
Marian Dumitru .... stunts
Mark Hicks .... stunt double: Cuba Gooding Jr.
Dian Hristov .... fight choreographer
Dian Hristov .... stunt coordinator
Mihai Iliescu .... stunt performer
Mihai Ionita .... stunts
Duma Iulian .... stunts
Marin Petrica .... stunt player
Doru Raceala .... stunt driver: camera car
Valentin Raileanu .... stunt performer
Slavi Slavov .... stunt performer
Valeriu Tomescu .... stunts
Teodor Tsolov .... stunt rigger
Andrei Vintileanu .... stunts
Daniel Visan .... stunt performer
Daniel Visan .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Cos Aelenei .... still photographer
Ciobanu Alin .... electrician
Doru Andreescu .... gaffer
Dragos Badea .... second assistant camera
Dan Barcutean .... camera car operator
Cristian Batran .... assistant camera
Catalin Ciobanu .... Best boy electrician
Butnariu Daniel .... second assistant camera
Dalila Dulgheriu .... epk cameraman
Adrian Ion .... electrician
Adrian Sandor .... first assistant camera
Bogdan Stanciu .... steadicam operator: "b" camera
Belu Veronica .... video assistant
 
Casting Department
Domnica Circiumaru .... casting: Romania (as Domnica Carciumaru)
Laura Grosu .... extras casting
Liliana Toma .... extras casting
 
Editorial Department
Kristina Allison .... head of post-production
Kelly Riemenschneider .... colorist
Katherine Walker .... first assistant editor
Katherine Walker .... post-production coordinator
 
Other crew
Mihai Busuioc .... production accountant
Sorina Dumitru .... location manager
Razvan Lazarescu .... assistant accountant
Aaron McPherson .... acting coach
Cleopatra Medvetchi .... script supervisor
Selina Ringel .... assistant to Francisco J. Gonzalez
Monica Tatu .... script supervisor: second unit
Iulian Timofte .... key set production assistant
Steven W. Ulrich .... trainee
 
Thanks
Cj Stewart .... special thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Assassin" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for violence, language, brief drug use and sexuality
Runtime:
91 min
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Trivia:
Release theatrically in South Korea and South Africa.See more »
Goofs:
Errors in geography: When Carver leaves by car in the last sequence the plate says CZ, indicating that the car is in eastern Europe. However, the road sign reads "One Way Only" which is a sign that does not exist in Europe.See more »
Movie Connections:
Remake of Crazy Six (1997) (V)See more »
Soundtrack:
First Name TroubleSee more »

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Great action movie, 14 July 2013
Author: TdSmth5 from US

Cuba plays an assassin for hire. He's hired by one Czech mobster to take out the rival faction. When he fails at killing his main target this one knows what's up and a war between mobsters break out. Cuba meanwhile thinks his job is done and goes back to what he does in his spare time, follow and watch over a pretty girl. Turns out that on one of his missions years ago, he was hired to kill her dad, and the girl saw him. It's something he never got over.

What he doesn't know is that the surviving mobster and his brother have hired Dolph to take revenge, kill mobsters and Cuba. They also get a hold of Cuba's handler. Cuba eventually is forced to come out of the shadows when some thug gives the girl a hard time. Of course she doesn't recognize him but she's attracted to him. Dolph is in the meantime wreaking havoc and killing mobsters left and right. When they finally meet, Cuba decides to let him live (!). That's when Cuba decides to finish the job and kill some more mobsters, setting things up for a second meeting with Dolph and the eventuality that the girl will find out the truth.

One In the Chamber is a great B action movie. And it looks like the B movie universe survives only thanks to action movies. Erotic B movies have completely disappeared, and so have B horror movies leaving us only with C-and-below horror movies. Hollywood is busy spending half a billion dollars making the umpteenth CGI movie about something silly destroying entire cities. This movie is your good, honest, old fashioned mano-a-mano action movie. No CGI, no anorexic girls beating up on bouncers, no nonsense. The script is very good, the direction is excellent, the locations beautiful (Romanian streets), and the cast does very well. Dolph as always just enjoys every role he gets. Cuba can act but frankly is just a tad bit outmatched by Dolph who must be 3 times the size of Cuba so I doubt that a knee to Dolph's abdomen would even be noticeable to him. The secondary cast also does well, especially Louis Mandylor and Andrew Bicknell. And Claudia Bassols is just gorgeous. Is One In the Chamber perfect? No, but it's so much better and much more entertaining than almost all the stupefying summer blockbusters and action movies Hollywood cranks out by the dozen.

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