When a bank is hit by a brutal heist, all evidence points to the owner and his high-powered clients. But as a group of FBI agents dig deeper into the case - and the deadly heists continue - it becomes clear that a larger conspiracy is at play.
Steven C. Miller
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,
Harry Turner works for the CIA like his father Leonard. He wants to do fieldwork but he's constantly being denied. He is stationed in Prague and his father's good friend keeps an eye on him. Later they receive word that Leonard, who was in New Jersey making sure a piece of hardware called Condor arrives, that Leonard and the Condor's been taken. The Director tries to find it and Harry wants to help but won't let him. So he bolts and goes to New Jersey. The director decides to let one of their agents who is Harry's ex to find Leonard and the Condor. She was also told to find Harry and send him back to Prague. But when she finds him, he convinces her to let him find his father and the Condor. Written by
Actor and stuntman Dan Bilzerian portrays Agent Higgins, the spy tasked with minding CIA agent Harry Turner (Kellan Lutz). Bilzerian witnessed first-hand Lutz's transformation from desk jockey to ass-kicking agent, while filming their fight scene in the van when Harry escapes from the agency. Bilzerian said: "Kellan works out and he's not scared to get his hands dirty. Obviously, he's an actor not a stunt man, but he's a strong, capable, skilled guy and he can do his own stunt work. He's playing a Jason Bourne-type of character where he ends up taking out a van full of CIA field agents, and then beating up a bunch of bikers, but he's got the strongest motivation there is, he wants to save his dad. Kellan was a really great fit for that character. I want fights in a film to look realistic and the fight scenes in Extraction (2015) were very realistic, really cool. Kellan was a champ. At one point, he took fall after fall on to the concrete and didn't say a word about it. Not once. You can see he works hard and is serious about his craft, but he's also a lot of fun, a good guy." See more »
Near the end when Harry shoots the Russian bad guy, he fires a Beretta 8000L Cougar (beveled slide). In the next shot he is holding a Glock pistol (squared-off slide). See more »
We have reason to believe you are not who you say you are, Mr. Parker. Your wife and son, Mr. Leonard Turner, CIA. I have men posted outside their door, back in Virginia, United States.
For you to get this close, you must have friends, informants, collaborators, inside my organization. I want their names.
[hands him a pen]
[suddenly stabs him with the pen and subdues everyone in the room]
You look so stupid with that pen in your neck.
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I'm okay with a simple mma and tits action flick, but....
But you have to stick to the formula for making what's at heart a C movie actually entertain the target audience, drunk dudes. That formula? Simple storyline, bare bones dialogue, and expertly choreographed fight scenes that come no more than five minutes apart. The script was terrible from beginning to end. Bruce Willis tells a bad guy "Don't you ever threaten my family", just before delivering the kill shot. Immediately I got a bad feeling, because the line should have been "Nobody threatens my family" in order to make sense as far continuity. That may seem like a small detail to someone who isn't a writer but trust me, words matter. The dialogue never gets better and though most of the fight scenes are okay, enough of them are badly staged that it detracts from the only thing that makes the film worth seeing. The acting was below average with the exception of Bruce Willis, who phoned it in but is still a veteran. Gina Carano was under utilized, which seems to keep happening to her. There are too many bad movies that are still a lot of fun for you to waste time on this one. 4 out of 10.
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