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A descent Cop movie with Trejo and Banks delivering the goods.
So the movie is not a blockbuster, but its not a crappy B-movie either. It fit's somewhere in between. It's a flick for guys with a few laughs thrown in amid gritty action scenes, we even get a few 'bullet' time shootouts that are pretty nicely done.
Danny Trejo is Danny Trejo. What else can you say? That stoic face delivers good lines and those hammer-fists deliver country-boy style beat-downs.
Jonathan Banks works nicely opposite Trejo delivering a performance just as edgy as he gave in Breaking Bad. These two together on screen just doesn't get any better in my humble opinion.
You can just tell these two guys, along with the rest of the cast, had a boatload of fun making this action packed film and prove once again that producers don't necessarily have to use high-end special effects and martial arts to make a great action flick. Give me a good story and some solid acting like this film delivers.
Like a fine wine, Trejo and Banks only get better with age. I look forward to seeing these two in a film together soon.
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