The tranquil haven of AL's Diner, harboring a scant collective of employees, patrons (including a hit man and his partner, a beautiful woman with a dark secret) and a devout Christian ...
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Mark Fisher disappeared from his home in a brilliant flash of blue light almost two years ago. His friend Seth Hampton was the last to see him alive. Now a string of grisly, violent murders... See full summary »
The tranquil haven of AL's Diner, harboring a scant collective of employees, patrons (including a hit man and his partner, a beautiful woman with a dark secret) and a devout Christian family, is thrown into chaos when a callow gang of four enters with a duffel bag of invaluable contents. After the gang's attempt to deliver the contents to the powerful and shady Maslow is derailed when one of them murders a cop inside the diner, suspicions and revelations arise among the group. While the gang struggles to keep control over the situation as more the police arrive, they quickly realize this is the least of their problems when Maslow comes to claim the contents of the bag. Written by
If you like the female assassin genre in the tradition of Hanna, La Femme Nikita, Aeon Flux, Elektra - the list goes on and on - and if you like them you'll enjoy The Final Shift.
Margot, a beautiful young genetically engineered killer, teams up with an aging hit man and mayhem ensues. There's a bit of tongue-in-cheek about the whole process especially the sci-fi underpinnings of the story and the family relationships are a hoot. They'll make you realize your own family just ain't that bad. No spoilers here but I will there are a lot of laughs mixed in with shootings, fistfights, explosions and whatnot. Not a bad way to spend a few hours on a Saturday night if you have the chance.
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