Sam and Leo Cleary have grown up hating each other, and neither likes their juvenile delinquent kid brother, Douglas, to whom they've only recently been introduced. The sons share the same ...
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Melvin, a reluctant Superhero, lives only for crime, women and drugs - until he realises that the only way he will ever get to see his estranged son is to go straight and fulfil his potential as a crime fighter.
Luis Da Silva Jr.
A former bounty hunter who finds himself on the run as part of a revamped Condemned tournament, in which convicts are forced to fight each other to the death as part of a game that's broadcast to the public.
Sam and Leo Cleary have grown up hating each other, and neither likes their juvenile delinquent kid brother, Douglas, to whom they've only recently been introduced. The sons share the same father, a womanizing drunk, but all have different mothers. Their father died a rich man and when they're brought together by their sister Nina to learn which of them will inherit the old man's fortune, they are handed an unpleasant surprise. A requirement of the will is that the three estranged siblings go into business together as bail bondsmen. Their first job is to bring in a parole violator who has left Leo with a $250,000 debt. Their search will take them into the mountains of Mexico where they encounter a drug lord and uncover a kidnapping plot, masterminded by an embittered entrepreneur that will endanger them all.Written by
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The bail for Rodriguez would be refunded upon proof of his death. Leo had no reason to fret over his money, unless the brothers "vanished" the body for some reason. See more »
It's due tomorrow.
Hmm? What's due tomorrow?
My paper on what my dad does for a living. It's due tomorrow.
Oh, yeah. Uh, I own a company... that uh... owns a lot of other companies.
What kind of companies?
Retail, mostly. Clothes, shoes, pharmaceuticals. Some high tech stuff.
Okay, but what do you actually do?
I make money. It's difficult to explain to someone your age.
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It's not a bad story, but it's for Cena fans only.
John Cena stars as the oldest of three bothers, whose father just died and creates a will that would make all three rich if they can get along together long enough to go into business together for two years.
It's sounds like a comedy, but Cena plays a cop while his brothers are a bail bonds man and a thief, who while trying to track down a skipped bail end up evolved in taking down kidnappers.
It reminds me of another movie, the Marine 3. It has the same format in which the WWE recruits one of it's superstars to head up one of their movies but the movie is littered with so much stuff that The wrestling superstar gets overshadowed a bit (as a safety net just in case he cannot hold the film down)
Although Cena is a way bigger attraction than The Miz, he was far more center stage in this movie and does not need as much help, but I guest they wanted to make sure as the film does have a lot of drama.
It's more complex: Three bothers who don't know each other well because of their drunken father, trying to get along, when they all got their own serious problems. A business man not paying attention to his son, cause he's too busy making cash, gets kidnapped by the people he screwed over, plus many more elements as the film goes on.
It's not that bad of a story, that adds dimensions to Cena's one track acting methods. He's not much of an actor but he stays in the Cena character, which is what you came for.
I wold have expected the focus on all three brothers would have met getting bigger names to play the other two brothers, but that's not what happen. Amy smart was the only other well known actor I see in the film, but her part its very small.
Otherwise it actually not a bad picture, better, definitely if you are a Cena fan.
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