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Kerberos (2010)

Ex-Con bank robber Mike Finn is trying to go straight, but is forced to make hard choices when a young girl is kidnapped by his former partners. The girl's father is a cop, though more ... See full summary »

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Kely McClung ...
Mike Finn
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Lester Armstrong
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Tony Menacci
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Katie Menacci
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Burns
Jess Dillard ...
Grant
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Rob Adonis
Attila Alexander
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D'lonzo
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Lo Wei
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Ex-Con bank robber Mike Finn is trying to go straight, but is forced to make hard choices when a young girl is kidnapped by his former partners. The girl's father is a cop, though more corrupt than all of them, and Finn's race to save her is complicated by old debts, new love, local cops, and federal agents. Written by Kely McClung

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The Gates of Hell Go One Way

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Unbelievable
26 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

I was lucky to see both the rough cut and the final cut of the movie with Brad Fallon (Producer). The acting and the effects are spectacular considering the budget of the movie.

I am amazed by Kely's truly amazing talent: Director, Actor, Editor. The movie is violent and by no means can you tell this is a low budget movie. The movie starts off telling the story of an innocent girl that witnesses the killing of a many by corrupt cops. Michael Finn (Kely McClung an ex bank robber)is brought in the middle and goes on a mission to save the girl after falling in love with her. Michael Finn finds himself caught up between the dirty cops and his old partners in crime.

This movie is a must watch.


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