Ten years after their casino heist, four escaped convicts trace their former partner to a desert town, where he is now a lawman with no memory of his criminal past.

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Keith Parmer

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Keith Parmer
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Credited cast:
Courtney Hope ... Halle
Jean-Claude Van Damme ... Stillman
Alfred Molina ... Doc
Abby Miller ... Peaches
Lennie James ... Bishop
Mindy Robinson ... Party Host
Catalina Sandino Moreno ... Carmen
Peter Vack ... Madsen
Tracey Walter ... old man Henry johnson
Josh Henderson ... Boyd
Grant Bowler ... Cole
Freya Tingley ... London
Susan Ruttan ... Church Lady
Brad Carter ... Mechanic
Tokala Black Elk ... Mezcal (as Tokala Clifford)
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Ten years after their casino heist, four escaped convicts trace their former partner to a desert town, where he is now a lawman with no memory of his criminal past.

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Rated R for violence and language including some sexual references | See all certifications »

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Connections

References Ocean's 11 (1960) See more »

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Jesus Is On the Mainline
Performed by Samantha Tart
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Arranged by Tree Adams (BMI)
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Good - Worth a Watch
21 June 2014 | by shroyertourSee all my reviews

Back in the day, a movie starring Jean-Claude Van Damme was an action flick with lots of martial arts. He was the good guy in it. And it actually starred Van Damme.

More recently, Van Damme has made some movies with him as a flawed protagonist, and then several more as the main bad guy.

This movie is a decent Drama/Suspense film, with Van Damme as a secondary character, and a tries-to-be-good bad guy. He is just above the "character actor" role, probably in my mind only because he is JCVD.

The bad guys here go looking for the guy who barely escaped and still has the money, after some hold-up years ago where everyone else goes to prison to stew and fester about their revenge. There are enough variations on this basic idea to keep the viewer interested. Lennie James does a good job as the town Sheriff, easy going, hard to ruffle, and who you somehow know you just don't want to mess with. There is actually a little action here and there, but it is realistic (no martial arts) and serves mostly to add to the suspense.

With no JCVD, this would be a movie worth a watch. An interesting plot, with good acting, and nice cinematography. Seeing JCVD do his "actual acting" thing is also fairly enjoyable. He manages to entertain with his french (Belgian) accent and a simmering manner that seems to add depth even to a character that has little.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 May 2014 (Portugal) See more »

Also Known As:

Agria symmoria See more »

Filming Locations:

Piru, California, USA

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Budget:

$8,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$38,158
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