When a bank is hit by a brutal heist, all evidence points to the owner and his high-powered clients. But as a group of FBI agents dig deeper into the case - and the deadly heists continue - it becomes clear that a larger conspiracy is at play.
Steven C. Miller
At a bachelorette party in a nightclub, the bride tells 2 guys offering blow to go away. They abduct her. The groom's 2 big brothers looked after their kid brother as kids and do so now again as veterans, "looking" for her and the 2 guys.
Harry Turner works for the CIA like his father Leonard. He wants to do fieldwork but he's constantly being denied. He is stationed in Prague and his father's good friend keeps an eye on him. Later they receive word that Leonard, who was in New Jersey making sure a piece of hardware called Condor arrives, that Leonard and the Condor's been taken. The Director tries to find it and Harry wants to help but won't let him. So he bolts and goes to New Jersey. The director decides to let one of their agents who is Harry's ex to find Leonard and the Condor. She was also told to find Harry and send him back to Prague. But when she finds him, he convinces her to let him find his father and the Condor.Written by
Kellan Lutz said of his character: "Harry Turner is a CIA analyst who really wants to be a CIA in-field agent. All Harry wants to do is be like his father, who doesn't want his son to have anything to do with being an agent. His father wants to protect him, which is what really drives both characters' decision-making. And when his father becomes a hostage over the CONDOR and other elements come into play, Harry takes it on his own accord to go after his dad and be that in-field agent he knows he can be." He added: "My character's very complex," said Lutz about Harry Turner. "At a young age he witnesses his mother being killed in front of him and was almost shot as well. He deals with a father who is an international spy and wasn't around much. Harry was alone a lot and had to grow up pretty fast." See more »
Near the end when Harry shoots the Russian bad guy, he fires a Beretta 8000L Cougar (beveled slide). In the next shot he is holding a Glock pistol (squared-off slide). See more »
We have reason to believe you are not who you say you are, Mr. Parker. Your wife and son, Mr. Leonard Turner, CIA. I have men posted outside their door, back in Virginia, United States.
For you to get this close, you must have friends, informants, collaborators, inside my organization. I want their names.
[hands him a pen]
[suddenly stabs him with the pen and subdues everyone in the room]
You look so stupid with that pen in your neck.
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International versions run longer at 92 minutes, 10 minutes longer than the American release (82 minutes). See more »
This is one of the worst movies of the year, if not the decade. If this doesn't end Carano's and Lutz' career, nothing will.
Dull, boring, totally inconsistent and full of gaffes. They seem to have shot this for a low budget and then had to finish it off in 2 days. There are so many holes in the plot that the viewer is expected to write half the script of the movie.
Action scenes are okay, but they look incredibly choreographed and lack credibility. After a 5 minute fight, the actors look as fresh as having come out of the shower.
Lackluster performances from all main characters, even DB Sweeney who usually us pretty solid. This movie is a waste of time.
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