Thomas, widower and ex federal agent, hides in London with his daughter. 3 men break in. Thomas kills them. His photo ends on TV. A US crime boss sends a killer to London.

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James Nunn
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Adkins ... Thomas
Stu Bennett ... Bishop (as Wade Barrett)
Daniel Caltagirone ... Ray
James Cosmo ... Cooper
Ty Glaser ... Stacey
Olivia Mace ... Hannah
Mem Ferda ... Giordani
Stephen Marcus ... George
Nick Nevern ... Detective Inspector Quinn
Lily Ann Stubbs Lily Ann Stubbs ... Carly (as Lily Ann Harland-Stubbs)
Sean Cronin ... Big Boss Man
Gurt Bance Gurt Bance ... Paramedic
David J Biscoe ... Police officer
David William Bryan ... Business Man
Richard Carter ... Giordani's Henchman
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Storyline

A former US Federal Agent must abandon the witness protection program and come out of hiding when his London home is invaded in error due to a wrong address. When the event ends with multiple homicides, the news triggers those hunting him to send Europe's most dangerous assassin to kill him. Now on the run with his daughter's life in jeopardy, a determined father must get her to safety before the people he's been hiding from track him down.

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Action | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, language and brief drug use | See all certifications »

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Trivia

The main character played by Scott Adkins looks at pictures of his deceased wife on his fridge in the beginning of the movie. The photos are actually of his real wife Lisa Adkins. See more »

Goofs

In the final fight between Scott Adkins and Stu Bennett. Bennett falls into the water and comes out completely dry. See more »

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Happy Just To Be Alive
Written by Doug Davis
Performed by Christopher Blue
Courtesy of Fervor Records
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Better Than Most Bargain Bin Action Flicks
23 December 2016 | by ActionFan-ReviewsSee all my reviews

At first I did not expect much from Eliminators.But As a fan of Scott Adkins brand of action, I'd say it ranks as one of his better films. This isn't the thinking man's type but more of a simple, straight forward, one man army 80/90s action movie . For that much it is entertaining and somewhat of a hidden gem. Adkins proves he is a solid yet underrated action star by providing some kick ass and innovative fights with some cool locations for it to take place in. Unlike most bland, low budget action films shot in eastern Europe this was actually shot in London which added to the movie. Sure, acting may not be a strength of the movie and the story may not be the most original but it is leaps and bounds better than other low budget DTV films like the crap washed up action stars like Seagal churn out every few months . Overall, Eliminators is a fairly decent entry into the sub-genre of the direct to DVD/VOD action movies. Adkins brings the goods and racks up a healthy body count and one of the better movies made by WWE studios.

6/10


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UK | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 December 2016 (Vietnam) See more »

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Eliminators See more »

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London, England, UK See more »

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$317,827
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