In this action flick, JUDE ST. CLERE discovers he has a daughter by his junkie ex-girlfriend. He vows to take care of her and leave his shadowed past behind him. Completely broke and with ... See full summary »
In this action flick, JUDE ST. CLERE discovers he has a daughter by his junkie ex-girlfriend. He vows to take care of her and leave his shadowed past behind him. Completely broke and with his daughter starving, he reluctantly takes on one last job which quickly entwines him dead smack in the middle of a bloody mob war. Knowing that his chances of making it out alive are slim, he plunges in guns blazing - because sometimes the only way out is to go all in. Written by
I got to watch a screener of "The Lackey" and being it's an indie film I was sort of just checking it out for the hell of it but I have to say I was pretty impressed with it. Most time indie films stray from action and high-impact movies because of budget constraints but "The Lackey" bull dozed through that stereo type with great fighting sequences, gun play even explosions that didn't look half-ass but seriously legit. And the cast was really believable in which I applaud because they really put an effort into finding Character Actors and not just a bunch of good looking people wanting to be actors. I don't know what the budget was but it looked like a million dollar movie. Nice Job.
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