John Bloodstone is a cop who is put on suspension after he uses a blow torch to stop a group of hostage takers. Bloodstone's next assignment begins when his boss, Commissioner Garth, calls him in and introduces him to FBI agent Harrington, and Garth and Harrington assign Bloodstone to transport a mob informant named Marrietta Copella to a new location. Soon after Bloodstone picks Copella up, Bloodstone and Coppella figure out that Garth and Harrington have set them both up to be killed, because Garth and Harrington are afraid Copella will mention their names in his testimony, and Garth thinks Bloodstone is too dangerous and nosy to keep on the force anymore. What Garth and Harrington have forgotten is that Bloodstone carries a pistol that is capable of blowing basketball sized holes into people.
Marked by the mob...hunted by the FBI...but what they feared most, was each other.
27 September 1991 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $41,378,
29 September 1991
Gross USA: $41,378
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Did You Know?
Robert Reed's last movie before his death from AIDS. See more
During the opening Hostage scenes, a TV reporter does a "live" report while wearing sunglasses. This has long been considered a Taboo in the news industry. See more
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I'm a Honky Tonk Man
written and performed by David Heavener
published by I.S.P.D. Publishing
produced by Jack Gale and Jim Pierce
available on Playback Records
distributed by Laurie Records See more