Nothing can prepare a man for the horrors of war--and as Joey Smith, a damaged Special Forces deserter and now a homeless drug addict, wanders London's bustling streets in complete anonymity--an unexpected discovery will soon help him get back on his feet. Little by little, as Smith struggles to rebuild his shattered life in a stolen identity as an unstoppable Chinese Mafia enforcer, the brutal death of a dear friend will, inevitably, force him to avenge her murder, dragging him deeper and deeper into a dark world of pain, guilt, and suffering. In the end, do God's plans for redemption include "Crazy" Joey, too?Written by
On two occasions, in the police radio 'voiceover', Joey Jones is referred to as long-term missing from the 'Defence Department'. There's no such thing in the UK-it's always referred to as the MInistry of Defence. See more »
[Christina in taxi on her way to airport destination Africa opening envelope with a letter and Photos from Joey Smith]
Dear Christina... I just wanted to say thank you for taking the photographs Considering I smeared the pictures they turned out pretty well. Gave all the best ones to my daughter. So... you are left with the ugly ones... and the scary ones. Sorry
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I will actually watch this a second time . It has a strong moving element to it.
This has to be one of the underrated movies this year which was quite magnificent to watch. I usually watch Statham's flicks for the action and adrenaline rush but this has an element called perfect pacing. The pros for me was the -Acting performances were better than I expected -Great setting and Strong theme -Music was well done -and lastly the action was well choreographed to make it seem believable. Do give this movie a try. It's not like the previous movies Jason Statham's done like The Transporter, Safe, Crank, But this movie just shows what Mr. Statham is capable of when shooting in an area he is familiar with. I don't know why the U.S. version changed the title to Redemption. I liked Hummingbird a lot better because it has an explanation to it in the movie.
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