A Vietnam veteran who becomes a local hero after saving a man from attackers on a city bus decides to take action when his best friend is murdered and the police show little interest in solving the crime.
Charles S. Dutton,
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A damaged homicide detective (Johnny Messner) must prevent a grieving father from unleashing a "robotic virus" that he believes will destroy the terrorist cell that murdered his son, but at an unimaginable cost.
Timothy Woodward Jr.
The story of a Los Angeles hit man. Corrado is the best there is in the city of LA. Pimped by his nefarious handler, Frankie, he performs jobs ranging from tune-ups to outright hits. Frankie loves Corrado for his lack of mercy, for his coldness and readiness to do the job no matter what. Now Frankie has a pearl of a job for Corrado - hit the aging kingpin Vittorio Spinello in his own house. Make it look like Vittorio's death is an accident, get out, and $500K is his. Corrado readily accepts. Corrado is about to perform the hit when he is interrupted by Vittorio's brand new live in nurse, Julia, and winds up shooting Vittorio dead and escaping out the window to leave Julia holding the bag. Julia doesn't have to wait long for Vittorio's son Paolo to discover her standing by his father's corpse. In an unreasonable rage he accuses her of killing his father, or at least being complicit in his death. Corrado overhears this on the other side of the window he has escaped from, and somehow ...Written by
Brooklyn Bridges' bulletproof vest was made by Pinnacle Armor especially for the film to accommodate Michael Bailey Smith's 50" chest. See more »
When Paolo finds out Julia is from Nebraska, he asks his boys "Where the f*** is Nebraska?" A few seconds later he tells his boys to find Julia "and her f***ing Cornhusker boyfriend." However, if Paolo had never heard of Nebraska, it is unlikely he would have ever heard the term "cornhusker". See more »
My name is retribution. I'm your unsettled debt. My name is vengeance. Some would send me for you. My name is Corrado. There are two kinds of people in this world: those that abide by the law, and those that don't. For those that abide by the law, you have collection agencies, courts, jails, and rules. For those that don't, you have me.
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In the Sopranos, Christopher had a dream of writing and producing movies. Of course, it was laughable that he'd ever be able to do it. As I watched this execrable piece of excrement, that kept coming to mind. I wish IMDb had ratings in the negative numbers range so I don't even have to give it a "1". i suppose the lighting was OK. Everything, and I do mean EVERYTHING else was horrendous. I only made it about twenty minutes in before I started throwing up in the back of my mouth, and had to end the torture. The acting from everyone was terrible, especially Tom Sizemore and the woman who played the nurse. As for her, you'd think they could have at least found an attractive woman without the duck lips and greasy hair! Johnny Messner, poor actor that he is, made me laugh every time he uttered a line from the amateurish script. The sound throughout was abysmal; gunshots sounded as if you were hearing them come from the bottom of a well. In conclusion, this is definitely a movie worth missing. The average TV movie from the 1970's is far better. I just can't believe they sunk $1.1 million into it!! Maybe Frank Stallone's salary was the main expense.
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