Quinn Forte had it all: power, money, a brother who idolized him, and a woman who loved him. He also had enemies. In the course of one night, he loses everything. Betrayed by someone in his...
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Timothy Woodward Jr.
When some sharks are released into a the lake at the quiet town of Lake Tahoe, it's up to an overzealous cop who ignores the law, her love interest and a criminal to stop those sharks before the body counts rises further.
Sara Malakul Lane,
Lily Brooks O'Briant
A mysterious stranger rolls into town on a unique motorcycle. All he carries is the bible and a desire for justice. Past vengeance collides as Ryder rights an injustice from his past and liberates the small town from a malicious oppressor.
Quinn Forte had it all: power, money, a brother who idolized him, and a woman who loved him. He also had enemies. In the course of one night, he loses everything. Betrayed by someone in his inner circle, Quinn is set up and arrested. His father, the patriarch of the criminal empire is killed and his brother suspects that Quinn is behind it all. When he's released from jail he tries to escape the demons from his past, but that becomes an impossible task. Campbell, the ruthless new leader of "The Company" won't let him leave in peace. So instead of escaping them, Quinn fights back. He joins forces with his former henchman and friend, The Swede, and takes on his enemies head on. Written by
Despite being intended and framed for a 2.35:1 aspect ratio, all the Blu-ray & DVD releases have been in 1.78:1. See more »
When Quinn and Campbell meet "Not Mr. Huang" in the abandoned warehouse, Quinn takes cover behind a white support beam when fired upon.
In the first close-up of Quinn we clearly see three bullet holes in the support beam.
The next cut-scene with Quinn reveals that the three bullet holes have disappeared, and instead been replaced with one bullet hole on the side of the beam.
In the last close-up of Quinn, the three bullet holes have reappeared. See more »
I am a fan of Dolph Lundgren. While he may not be a master Thespian, he is a perfectly good action star, and that's why I rented "Blood of Redemption". Sadly, this is a considerably lesser vehicle for him. Lundgren here looks tired and worn. I know he's aging, but he's come off a lot better in other recent movies. Probably his tiredness comes from the fact that his surroundings here were not adequate. This was a very low budget production (only a $2 million budget), and while I will praise the filmmakers for squeezing every last penny out of their limited funds (the lighting and photography *do* look good), much of the movie still looks cheap. I could have lived with that had the rest of the movie been good, but it isn't. The script is way too talky, slow-moving, and boring. While it does offer a twist towards the end, I think many viewers will be able to predict the "surprise" long before it comes. And the limited action sequences are choreographed and directed with absolutely no punch. It certainly doesn't help that the gunshots have been "enhanced" with obvious CGI effects. You have to wonder how Dolph and the rest of the memorable B movie cast were all convinced to appear in this utterly forgettable production.
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