A man is, after 14 years in special ops and 6 years wrongfully imprisoned, in the middle of a Chinese triad/corrupt police shootout saving a Russian gangster's son and liberating a Chinese girl and a bag of money. The girl asks for help.
After serving 6 years for a crime he didn't commit, Shane Daniels is released from jail with an apology from the State of Arizona. Within hours of his freedom, he unluckily bears witness to a cop killing by Chinese mafia who have a kidnapped girl and a bag of drugmoney. In this action packed thrill ride, Shane agreed to help the girl to get her uncle back to safety. To do that he gets some help from Russian mafia, whose boss owns him a favor for saving his son from the Chinese cop killing action that happened before.Written by
Some of the filming was done in Canada; the film concludes with a shot of the Chateau Lake Louise. See more »
Several times during the final battle Shane breaks arms and hands of several of the Duda, including the Colonel (the sound of breaking bone is clearly heard) yet seconds later they are all able to use the same hand or arm to fight and shoot weapons. See more »
[about to steal their car after brutally beating up two-would be muggers]
I'm taking this car, bitch!
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I'd give this 'movie' a zero,...
ANYTHING with Mr. 'SEA-GULL' is so pointless, so god-awful...it's beyond me how it gets made (in this case Mr.S. was the executive producer - a-ha! THAT'S how). Must be to satiate his...(ugh!) 'fans.'
Here is yet another opus where Mr. S. - and ONLY Mr. S. - as some super-secret top-of-the-line Special Forces überman can save the heroine from the 'Dick Dastardly' of this LATEST (but not last) Steven S. cardboard classic.
The only purpose this straight-to-video opus does, is allow the viewer the privilege of PAYING to see Mr. S., rather than watch him for free on cable. It also keeps some people in work at the .99 stores.
It IS a great film (if you get-off on z-grade films that you don't take seriously, but, unfortunately, Mr. S. DOES (why?).
Don't waste money on such trifle - just burn it instead. Or, help the homeless - give THEM the money you'd waste on this...masterpiece - Then go home and watch 'snow' on your set - it'll be more interesting than watching These yabbos 'emote' in.
Last, remember, Mr. Sea-GAL is on cable (!) with his own show, where he has a REAL job - as a bloated, sad 'cop' (with a camera crew?!?!?) in some small town. Yup, only in Ameri...
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