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After the mysterious death of her undercover cop husband, a female martial artist must protect her daughter from corrupt police, politicians and hired assassins who will do anything to conceal the truth.
Helfi C.H. Kardit
A father is without the means to pay for his daughter's medical treatment. As a last resort, he partners with a greedy co-worker to rob a casino. When things go awry they're forced to hijack a city bus.
Robert De Niro,
Jeffrey Dean Morgan,
Vazgen "Vaz", a Mobster turned businessman, is pulled back into his past life, when his eldest son is accused of killing a Russian gangster. Now he must find a way to save his family and all that he's built. Written by
Terrible acting, terrible sound track, terrible casting ---even with Eric Roberts--- terrible writing. I wondered why someone took this amount of time and effort to produce a dog of a film? If you put money up and hire a cast and crew, why not make something worthwhile? I pondered this and came up with a few scenarios. A rich aunt, uncle or other family member who believed in the writer/director? A rich aunt, uncle or other family member who the writer/director threatened with revealing a dark secret? Or was this a way to launder illicit funds? I'll never know and don't care about why as much as I hate to see so much effort and money used to put out such a poor movie. We all know how hard it is to make a film from concept to final print; but this movie never even attempted to move past high school film class. Give it a miss.
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