Debt collectors French and Sue get to work doing what they do best _ cracking skulls and breaking bones _ as they chase down the various lowlifes who owe money to their boss, Tommy. They're summoned to Las Vegas to collect from a dirty casino owner, who happens to be a vicious ex-lover of Sue's. Meanwhile, a notorious drug kingpin is on the warpath to kill French and Sue to avenge his brother's death. Facing danger from all angles, the pair will have no other choice but to fight their way out of an explosively dangerous situation.Written by
We all knew this would be a UK B-grade production, so the wannabe critics and their 1's need to give their heads a shake! Yes it was flawed, and I expected that, but totally undeserving of anything lower than a 6 imo. Even with its flaws, I was still impressed with the cinematography, and the score and music was surprisingly entertaining, especially for a B-grade film. The directing was decent, but the writing had some issues, especially with some long dragged out scenes. Pacing and runtime were on point. The various fight scenes were excellent - for a B grade film. The chemistry between Scott Adkins and Louis Mandylor is awesome. To me it's like the scrappy Dumb and Dumber duo. Sure the humor was cheesy, but I laughed every time and pretty much had a perma-smile when these two just talked back and forth to each other. This is a fun Sunday popcorn flick and I recommended it for sure. It's a well deserved 7.5 rounded up to an 8/10 from me. To see more of my 1000+ ratings, 900+ reviews, and my review criteria, simply click on my username.
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