A double agent had enough of the danger and horrible terrorism she's making under orders in multiple countries,her breaking free was not easy ,and the people she thought she knew are far from what she expected.
Nadia El Gendy,
This high octane thriller focuses on Lucas, (Sam Worthington), a solitary assassin, hired to kill a young woman, Ella, (Odeya Rush). When he can't bring himself to pull the trigger the plan falls apart, setting in motion a twisted game of cat and mouse. Now both are marked for death and forced to form an uneasy alliance. Relentlessly pursued across Europe, their only hope for survival is to expose those responsible for brutally murdering her family and bring them to justice.
Filming took place in Yorkshire and Hungary. See more »
10m50 into the movie you see the number plate of the jeep. It's supposed to be from Switzerland but there doesn't exist a state with the abbreviation "GN" neither are there letters below, numbers only. See more »
[in the trunk, voice trembling]
Hello? Are you there? Why aren't we moving? What's happening?
[straining as he's getting ready to shoot heroine in the driver's seat]
Just... Talk to me.
I don't know what to say.
Tell me about your father.
I hate my dad. All reason I'm in this stupid trunk is 'cause of him! It's all his fault... Such an asshole. Then my mom dies and he marries a total bitch. God I hate them... They don't even want me around.
Sometimes dads make mistakes.
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The Hunter's Prayer is a British-American action thriller film directed by Jonathan Mostow, based on Kevin Wignall's novel "For the Dogs." "The Hunter's Prayer" follows Lucas (Worthington), a solitary assassin, hired to kill a young woman, Ella, (Rush), who is unaware that her family's questionable business dealings have cost them their lives. However, when Lucas can't bring himself to pull the trigger, the two form a bond and escape across Europe together, hunted by those responsible for her family's murder.
Rated R (for violence, drug use and language).
This Film Is Absolutely An Excellent Thriller For All The Family. Parents Should Watch It With Their Children,there is no sex at all and the violence is much better than that of Abu Ghraib Prison Torture In Iraq .
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