The Colombian cartel runs a mission through Mexico to deliver cocaine into the United States while holding two young hostages. Their plan is exposed when a former Navy SEAL helps the DEA and Border Patrol rescue the two girls. When the cartel leader hears word of their capture, he plans to kidnap the former Navy man's family in return for his help with their next shipment. This time in a submarine. It is up to Bruce Stryker to help the cartel deliver their inventory into the United States in order to get his family back.Written by
This one is really good with a storyline. The film starts off with a family affair and then goes to drugs for "one hell of a ride" for Bruce, his family, the DEA and CIA - or so the narration tells us. The journey from where they start and where they end is completely amazing but not complete.
You will feel satisfied with a fresh ending or left out to dry in angst - depending on how you like your films served and how well you pay attention to Tom Sizemore's sleepless narration - which was fitting and perfect.
The complexity of the film is particularly challenging.
I am not up for a challenge when I watch a film, i just want to have fun. With that said company at hand loves this kinda of gold digging. So with my shaken side fellow film watchers - i was kept in the loop.
The acting level in this series is just damn great for an indie film and everyone including the Kids have acted exactly on point. No over acting no unnecessary drama but just simply blending into the characters of the story.
I don't care about the so-called trivia pointed out by others concerning this film. To me, they make no difference whatsoever to the enjoyment of this movie.
But there is one slip-up I do "kind of" mind. For this kinda of budget I would like to have seen more extras. However there was one or two wides with a meaty group.
A well cooked piece of story telling with solid characters that make you invest in them and the story.
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