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Review: This is your basic crime thriller movie about a man trying to find his daughter who has been mistakenly identified as dead. If you've seen Craig Fairbrass movies before, then you know what to expect. He basically goes round kicking ass and the performances aren't anything amazing. It does seem quite low budget, even though James Caan and Jason Patric are in the movie, but you do end up sticking with it because the storyline takes time to unfold. The action does seem real and the storyline isn't totally bad, but it isn't one of those movies that will stick out in your mind. Average!
Round-Up: Even since the failure of Speed 2, Jason Patric has fallen off of the radar and he only pops up in movies every now and again. After the promising Lost Boys his career hadn't really taken off due to bad choices and an acting style that isn't that unique. James Caan just seems to take any role that comes along, but he will always be remembered for the Godfather and Misery. Craig Fairbrass will always be type casted because of his big build and his cockney accent. We will never see if he can really act until he does something out of his comfort zone.
Budget: $4million Worldwide Gross: N/A
I recommend this movie to people who are into there crime/thrillers about a an English man trying to find his daughter in America. 2/10
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