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  (in credits order)

Dolph Lundgren ... Maxwell

Vinnie Jones ... Vincent Camastra

Randy Couture ... Jack Reiley

Gianni Capaldi ... Eddie

Carly Pope ... Beverly

Susie Abromeit ... Kathy

Daniel Bonjour ... Frank

Holly Lynch ... Vicky

Cinthya Carmona ... Ashley (as Cinthya Bornacelli)

Michael Rivera ... Agent Haraday

William McNamara ... Agent Waters

Ken Lally ... Hitman #1

Jake Jacobson ... Jake the Doorman

LaDon Drummond ... Captain Johansen
Cody Davis ... Drug Pusher

Domiziano Arcangeli ... Madsen

Chuck Saale ... Lt. Thompson

Giorgio Serafini ... Sanchez (Taco Truck Guy)

Alton Clemente ... Ralph the Bartender
Philip Forteza ... Trailer Perp

Esteban Cueto ... Jimmy the Bouncer

Clint Glenn Hummel ... Agent #1 (as Clint Hummel)

Patrick Mulderrig ... Agent #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Victoria De Mare ... Afterhours Dancer

James Evans ... Sgt. Graham
Aaron O'Brien ... Hitman #2

Mindy Robinson ... Afterhours Dancer

Al Burke ... LAPD Officer Lifor (uncredited)
Brie Cubelic ... Screaming Girl (uncredited)
Matt Fleuret ... Hitman #3 (uncredited)
Matt Foyer ... (additional voices) (uncredited)

Mario E. Garcia ... LAPD Officer Alfaro (uncredited)
Ludewick Graham ... LAPD Officer Williams (uncredited)
Derek Jacobsen ... Man at Bar (uncredited)

Mark Jacobson ... (additional voices) (uncredited)
Oliver S. James ... LAPD Officer Kindred (uncredited)

Roberto Kawata ... LAPD Officer Shizuko (uncredited)
Jimmy Lui ... Russian Bouncer (uncredited)
Scott Mallace ... Tony (uncredited)

Rick Mancia ... LAPD Officer D. Burdett (uncredited)

Travis McHenry ... Frank's Friend (uncredited)
Frank Mercuri ... LAPD Officer White (uncredited)
Marguerite Nocera ... Mrs. McPhatter (uncredited)
Jesse Peri ... (additional voices) (uncredited)
Majid Raees ... Poker Player #1 (uncredited)
Jimmy Rinaudo ... Scalese's Goon (uncredited)

Alejandro Romero ... Busser (uncredited)

Galen Sato ... Brother (uncredited)

Mark Rhino Smith ... Doorman (uncredited)

Lester Speight ... Big Johnny (uncredited)
Deina Torres ... LAPD Officer Escobedo (uncredited)

Christine Uhebe ... Girl at Party (uncredited)
Trixx Ian Vitolo ... Lap Dance Patron (uncredited)

Corey Weber ... DEA Agent (uncredited)
Kelly Wood ... Taylor (uncredited)

Directed by
Giorgio Serafini 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Agustin  written by

Produced by
Agustin .... producer
Christopher Branch .... executive producer
Gianni Capaldi .... producer
Sebastien Chartier .... executive producer
Randy Couture .... producer
Geza Decsy .... executive producer
Phillip B. Goldfine .... producer
Dolph Lundgren .... producer
Nick Reed .... executive producer
Benjamin Sacks .... executive producer
Bryan S. Sexton .... co-producer
Original Music by
Brian Jackson Harris 
Justin Raines 
Michael Wickstrom 
Cinematography by
Marco Cappetta 
Film Editing by
Scott Evans 
Casting by
Mario E. Garcia 
Production Design by
F. Joseph Burns  (as Joe Burns)
Art Direction by
Allison Arachea 
Set Decoration by
Allison Schenker 
Costume Design by
Samantha Kuester 
Makeup Department
Yesica Gallegos .... makeup artist
Ashley Ann Harris .... second assistant makeup artist
Charlotte Orlove .... makeup artist
Ren Rohling .... makeup department head
Ren Rohling .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Kacy Palmieri .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mike Campbell .... second second assistant director
Valerio Esposito .... second unit director
Stephenie Galvan .... second assistant director
Jason Sklar .... first assistant director
Art Department
Sabine Asanger .... property master
Harold Erkins .... art department production assistant
Hill Vinot .... prop maker
Kelley Walsh .... assistant property master
Marline Zayayou .... art department assistant
Sound Department
Brian Hackett .... production sound mixer
Sean Higgins .... sound re-recording mixer
Sean Higgins .... supervising sound editor
Matt Hovland .... foley artist
Brian N. Lam .... sound effects editor
Daniel J. Porpora .... boom operator
Sergio R. Rocha .... adr mixer
Nathan Smith .... foley mixer
Dan Snow .... sound supervisor
Alex Weiss .... sound effects design
Visual Effects by
Aaron McLane .... visual effects supervisor
Ryan Wilmott .... visual effects artist
Jordan Hassay .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Tj Austin .... stunt double: Randy Couture
Fariborz Azhakh .... stunts
William De Vital .... stunt rigger (as William Devital)
Matt Fleuret .... stunts
Meegan Godfrey .... stunts
Chris Guzzi .... stunt double: Gianni Capaldi
Anthony Kleeman .... stunts
Ken Lally .... stunt fighter
Jimmy Lui .... fight choreographer
Jimmy Lui .... fight coordinator
Jimmy Lui .... stunt coordinator
Tony Messenger .... stunt double: Dolph Lundgren
Benny Urquidez .... stunt coordinator
Josh Yadon .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Jesse Baritz .... camera pa
Sergio De Luca .... b camera operator
Jorge Devotto .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Clayton Walking Eagle .... second assistant camera
Matt Fore .... b camera operator
John Ngo .... camera assistant
William Novy .... gaffer
Justin O'Neill .... aerial drone pilot
Leoncio Provoste .... first assistant: B camera
Errol Sabinano .... second unit dit
Francesco Sauta .... camera operator
Francesco Sauta .... digital image technician
Tonaci Tran .... aerial camera operator
Marcos Valadez .... grip
Casting Department
Laura Ambrosy .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Kyle Walczak .... first assistant editor
Music Department
Jeffrey Hayat .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Mario E. Garcia .... transportation captain
Other crew
Laura Ambrosy .... pre-production assistant
Travis Cochran .... production assistant
Lucy Doty .... central city studio owner
John Follo .... police technical advisor/trainer
Kevin Hindley .... script clearance
Joshua L. Laolagi .... production assistant
Marguerite Lliteras .... central city studio operations manager
Ralph Lliteras .... central city studio manager
Sunshine Lliteras .... central city studio props department
Maximilian Reid .... production assistant
Chuck Saale .... technical advisor: police
B.J. Thomas Jr. .... production assistant
Christopher Villalba .... production assistant
Eric Wysocki .... production assistant
Dave Chan .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Raging Cops" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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Rated R for strong violence, pervasive language, sexuality/nudity and drug content
96 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »

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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
This is a low-budget movie with great production values • 7.5/10, 19 December 2013
Author: Dark-Matter from the Universe

The last thing I expected from an action flick boasting the names of Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture and Vinnie Jones, was to see for perhaps the first time, each of them play characters that suited them perfectly, in the same movie. Even though this trio are listed as the stars, that privilege goes to the pair who were not only very good, but were the actual stars of Ambushed. Gianni Capaldi (Blood of Redemption) and Daniel Bonjour (The Back-up Bride). This is the norm with any movie really, where the bigger named actors get to emblazon the poster, but make no mistake, everyone puts in a commendable performance. It was also good seeing (or should that be hearing?) everyone using their native accent, (except Lundgren) although, picturing Vinnie Jones do anything but a "Saff Lundon" (South London) accent would be stretching the imagination to unimaginable proportions. It's a refreshing change to hear natural accents as we each live in a global community.

Jones was cast in a well known action flick a while back playing a mean looking character, who didn't speak a word until the very end, but the former soccer player bad-boy, turned actor, need only scowl to get his mug in a film. More power to you Vinnie. Then we have Gianni Capaldi, a Scotsman playing a Scot, who would have made Scorsese consider recasting Joe Pesci when explosive violence was called for, as Capaldi kneed groins, kicked and head-butted (Glasgow kissed) his way through Ambushed. But also showed a surprising range for a straight-to-DVD affair. Dolph Lundgren, a man who needs absolutely no introduction (and can be spotted from the Space-Station on a clear day), was his usual self, only much better. Or to quote Depp's Mad Hatter, he was "much more muchier."

Out of the trio of "names," Lundgren has more screen-time. Next it would be Randy Couture, as he plays corrupt Detective Jack Reiley, a cop gone off-the-rails, thanks to a huge cocaine habit which must be maintained. He gets to put on some great wrestling moves, especially at the end of Ambushed, where he and FBI Agent Maxwell (Lundgren) go toe-to-toe in a teen-boy's wet dream. Vinnie Jones plays, you guessed it, a mob boss, Vincent Camastra, he just wants his large consignment of drugs back, which were stolen from his murdered underlings by Frank (Bonjour). Frank and Eddie (Capaldi) have a mere two days to sell the drugs at street value, or their days breathing air are numbered. (George Jung in Blow perchance?).

I have only one real gripe about this movie, it starts to get bogged down in side story that serves little purpose, like the rookie partner of Maxwell, or Maxwell's undercover girlfriend. But really, aside from crime-scene tape that goes under parts of bodies, and clearly under a handgun (nitpicking I know, but it's funny), this Agustin penned, Giorgio Serafini helmed effort, is a great little movie that entertains from beginning to end. There wasn't a single wasted scene, no dragging out the story, in fact, there were two or three movies with all the material Serafini had to work with. Direction wise, this was a solid job, as Serafini coaxed decent performances from all involved, although, because everyone was playing to their strengths, his job was surely made a lot easier. The casting was perfect, the editing quite creative at times. Kudos to the director on this one. The premise is, Frank rips-off a major drug supplier. He and Eddie must sell it quickly or be killed. Frank (who gives a very interesting monologue) has a fiancé, Ashley, played by the sultry Cinthya Bornacelli, who he wants to finally settle down with, finds himself deeper in the business than he ever intended to be, and the FBI are closing in on he and crazy Eddie. A dirty cop wants in on the action, and he is also under investigation by the Feds.

Ambushed (Hard Rush) Directed by Giorgio Serafini Cast Dolph Lundgren, Daniel Bonjour, Gianni Capaldi, Randy Couture, Cinthya Bornacelli and Vinnie Jones Release Date 12 November 2013 Grade: B

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