6 strangers are kidnapped and through governmental technology have proof they have all killed before and are told 5 will die this night, one may walk, and the six have 2 hours to decide who gets to live.
Angela is still haunted by the memory of being gang raped and almost killed years ago. At her therapist's advice, she joins group therapy, meeting similar women. She befriends one and they want more than just talk - justice/vengeance.
Jack Conrad is awaiting the death penalty in a corrupt Central American prison. He is "purchased" by a wealthy television producer and taken to a desolate island where he must fight to the death against nine other condemned killers from all corners of the world, with freedom going to the sole survivor.
The true story, based on a Deathbed Confession, about what really happened to Frank Morris and the Anglin brothers who escaped from Alcatraz Prison in 1962. They made it- but what happened next is shocking. Investigated by the US Marshals.
Tony Todd was cast two days before his first scene was to be filmed. See more »
Emma, you see this? You give that pig so much as a seductive wink, I'm gonna blow a hole in your head big enough to skull-fuck you in.
That's a small hole.
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Alternate endings shown on the DVD: 1) After Jack retrieves Carlos' ring, Emma reveals she was the one behind her mother and Jack's father's murders, and wanted to kill her father as well, but couldn't until Jack came along. Having finished her use for Jack, she executes him in cold blood. 2) The same as #1, except that just as Emma prepares to kill Jack, he gets the drop on her and kills her instead. 3) Emma does not ask Jack to retrieve Carlos' ring, but instead begins driving him to a hospital. They encounter a police car, but the officer turns out to be another cartel henchman in disguise; together with an accomplice, he kills Emma and Jack, and starts to burn the van. See more »
OK so the first half hour of this movie was tough to get through because the acting was very poor - or so I thought...
After watching the whole movie I rate the acting quite good, especially from Maiara Walsh, who was brilliant. Initially the two guys in the van appeared to be complete half wits and I thought it was the acting but thinking about it, some of it was the characters they were playing - who were morons...
Considering the very limited sets and budget, this movie delivers an enjoyable ride. Some of the violence effects are second rate and some acting is below par but generally good - and as I have mentioned - Maiara played a good part - and is drop dead gorgeous to boot :) 6 stars - OK this should really have got a 5 stars but gave it an extra one because of Maiara Walsh :)
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