When the manager of Honda vehicles Stanley Hill returns to Columbus, Ohio, he is welcomed by his beloved wife Vivian at the airport. Vivian is an advisor of Governor Merserve, who has reduced the crime rate in Ohio, and now she is analyzing the environmental effect of a duct of oil in Columbus. When they are at the parking lot, they are approached by three scumbags that kill Vivian. Stan identifies one of the thugs to Det. Gibson and Det. Walker, but they release the criminal telling that they do not have enough evidences to keep him locked up. But Stan is a former CIA operative and he seeks out his former partner Dennis to find justice to Vivian. Soon they find a network of corruption in very high level and Stan decides to eliminate the problem.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
There are two actors who've worked in supporting roles for this film who have previously done voice acting and/or motion capture work for first person video games; Christopher Meloni, (featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops III), and Patrick St. Esprit, (featured in Battlefield 4). See more »
In the barber shop, right after saying "There's definitely no stealing in the shop, either", Christopher Meloni exhales cigarette smoke. In the immediate next shot there is only slight residual smoke, high-up in the room. See more »
Written and Performed by Chris Lake
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A Bloody but entertaining crime/comedy
They should make a sequel. They're a funny killing duo. It kept me watching but did they want us to take them seriously? I laughed at some of their banter with each other. Almost like Stan & Laurel, even Abbot & Costello, only lots of guns, fights and blood.
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