With the U.S. on its knees, suffering from complete societal collapse and rampant anarchy, the nefarious Weyland Corporation has created a vast and impenetrable prison-city called "The ...
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With the U.S. on its knees, suffering from complete societal collapse and rampant anarchy, the nefarious Weyland Corporation has created a vast and impenetrable prison-city called "The Sprawl", where more than 400,000 inmates are left to rot. Under those circumstances, the secluded community's undisputed ruler is the unknown iconic driver known only as "Frankenstein", who is still the king of the deadly Death Races, now broadcast over the Dark Web. Then, a new powerful contestant arrives--the mysterious, Connor Gibson--who is hell-bent on beating Frankenstein himself at his own game; however, this is easier said than done. Does Connor have what it takes to humiliate the master of the races before millions of spectators?Written by
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[Lists is describing Gibson to Goldberg for Baltimore Bob]
Connor Gibson. In for felony... whatever. Two counts, six counts, who's counting? He's in here with the rest of us. I wish I had a few more b-bullet points for you, but he's a question mark.
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I was surprised by this movie. it was better than inferno and I did not expected that.
this movie was so bad it was good.
lots of violence...nudity....porno stars....action and blood u will carve for more.
one of the best B-movies of this genre in terms of entertainment.
It's supposed to be a sequel to the 2008 film but in reality it's a stand alone film.
the guy the newcomer who challenged frank was great.
if u like this stuff then this is for you.
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