Still reeling from the death of his wife, U.S. military veteran Dane Hunte (Daniel Joseph) now works as a truck driver to support his young daughter, Eden (Trinity Valenzuela) while his brother-in-law, Todd (Michael Urie) looks after the child. One night, a violent home invasion at Todd's house results in his partner, Ross (Ryan Spahn), in a coma and Eden kidnapped. The tenacious Detective Fini (Scout Taylor-Compton) is assigned to the case and begins tracking down leads. But as the hours tick by and no suspects are taken into custody, Dane decides to take matters into his own hands. Unencumbered by the law, he follows clues into the city's criminal underbelly and soon finds himself closing in on the perpetrators. The two investigations become entwined in a heart-pounding race against the clock to save Eden and serve justice to those responsible for the crime.Written by
Nothing special to see in this movie except typical action and bit of mystery. Although some characters look like they had more potential than they shown, they did not put it into use. Bit too twisted and not connected story with holes. For example although in beginning we see war and soldiers, later they have nothing to do with the movie, no story or association with them in any way. Just some random bit boring story that definitely could be better, especially if story went in some flow, instead of being to typical, random, twisted. Bit emotional but even that part is explained in sudden manner, too quick and not related to story that much.
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