Ruthless killer for hire (Danny Dyer) breaks the rules of his profession and falls for a beautiful young woman. Discovering the notorious gangland brothers (Martin & Gary Kemp) had hired ...
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Ruthless killer for hire (Danny Dyer) breaks the rules of his profession and falls for a beautiful young woman. Discovering the notorious gangland brothers (Martin & Gary Kemp) had hired him to kill her father, his world breaks down and he must turn against his criminal employers and their gang to save the woman he loves.
Most of the shots of Danny Dyer riding his bike were filmed on Nine Elms Lane, in South London, with a few shots of surrounding Battersea. His first killing is in Angeltown, in Brixton. Briefly you can see a small slice of the MI6 building as he rides over Vauxhall Bridge. See more »
I cannot believe i just wasted and hour and a half of my life watching this. I could have spent that time doing something more productive like watching paint dry.
J.K. Amalou should be ashamed to have written and directed such an atrocious film. Terrible acting throughout which is not surprising given the cast plus gaps in the plot. Poorly produced and badly directed. This film is officially the worst film i have ever seen, overtaking Teeth and Batman & Robin.
I cannot believe this scored so highly with a 3.4, this film deserves no more than a 1/10. Lets hope J.K. Amalou takes stock and never ever makes a film like this again.
The only positive i can find was the end credits.
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