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.


James Nunn





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


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

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

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Did You Know?


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 »


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


Ode To The Enemy
Written by Gary Robinson (as Gary J. Robinson) and Jonathan Vaughan
Performed by PoisonFlow
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Fun little action thriller
26 February 2017 | by dangkoenSee all my reviews

Being unimpressed by "Hard Target 2" I was apprehensive about Adkins' new low budget effort.

This is quite an enjoyable gem with some clever (fight) sequences, kudos to the bottle cap moment during Wade Barrett's first action scene & the aerial tramway fight. There's also a nice tension going on in the film at times, which does make you want to keep watching.

The downside offcourse is the acting is not great & most characters won't stay in your memory very long. Also Barrett's villain was quite cliché with his taunting. In the end though it's not what action fans usually look for in a low budget actioner & "Eliminators" is certainly good viewing material for Scott Adkins fans, who will see their favorite martial arts star go up against wrestler Wade Barrett in two raw put together fight sequences!

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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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