Dean has PTSD after a wet-job gone bad in Bosnia. Waiting for his police girlfriend at a diner, some bad guys inject him with a hallucinogen. It sends him back to traumatic experiences in Bosnia and he reacts violently.
Dean Cage is a former CIA operative who suffers from extreme PTSD. While in a program to resolve the stress of the loss his future brother-in-law Scott, he plans to meet Scott's sister at a diner to discuss their plans for marriage. But, he is mistaken for an FBI agent who is trying to stop the sell of a powerful narcotic EX.Written by
Harvey Taylor, Phoenix, AZ
The voice used throughout the movie for actor Adewale Ajbaje is that of Idris Elba. See more »
When Dean is running down the hall after shooting the guard and taking his weapon, he is not carrying the weapon, though it was in his hand when he flips the switch to secure the door. When he gets to the doors to let the patients out, he's holding the weapon again. See more »
Written and Performed by Leroy and Danoyd
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I rented out this movie expecting a piece of junk. I actually got an involving movie. Wesley Snipes is good in this movie. The girl who plays his love interest (who appears on NYPD Blue and I can't think of her name) is also good. Snipes plays a former special forces agent who is mistaken for an assassin. He is injected with a drug that makes him hallucinate. His girlfriend is a cop who is the person he can trust with people trying to kill him left and right. This movie was obviously made on a low budget and it shows sometimes with some fake looking special effects. The plot comes dangerously close to idiot plot (where the movie would be over immediately if everybody wasn't an idiot)at times. However, you can't help but get yourself involved with this story. This beats the disappointing Blade: Trinity, which ended the series on a low note. This is worth a DVD rental. 7/10
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