Goro, a criminal mastermind, plot to steal a massive cache of gold from the Rossini family. Unbeknownst to Goro and his soldiers of fortune, one of Rossini's guest is a highly trained foreign operative who fights to not only save the hostages and the gold, but his imperiled family.
In 2014, the project was entitled "4 Towers" and was set up to star Dolph Lundgren as the villain, Scott Adkins as the lead hero, and Gianni Capaldi. Willem Dafoe was also rumoured to be cast. James Coyne was to direct. By the spring 2015, Rutger Hauer, Steven Seagal, Costas Mandylor and Vinnie Jones were the stars attached with Giorgio Serafini set to direct. The project stalled until 2018. See more »
In the beginning, the police car is a Fiat Bravo when leaving, and a Lancia Delta when arriving. See more »
Only Dolph's mother could love this
We watched this not expecting cinematography brilliance, but simple non-cerebral entertainment. But it was so bad. It looked as if Dolph either has severe body damage and constant pain, restricting his movement, or he just didn't give a damn about a modicum of realism. When sneaking up on the bad guys he makes no effort to achieve stealth; he just walks around! He doesn't hide but still doesn't get hit by lots of automated weapons fire then offloads a couple of pistol rounds and the bad guys fall around dying. There is no blood when bad guys are stabbed and bodies dragged away. It is just as if no one cared about any pretense of realism. We laughed most of the way through this movie. But, hey, I guess that counts as some form of entertainment.
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