Red, a safe cracker who has just been released from prison, is trying to hold his family together as his past catches up with him in the form of Luc, a psychopathic contract killer who's seeking revenge for the death of his brother.
When a gas station is held at gunpoint by a desperate man in need of cash, a lonely and unstable gas station attendant, tired of being overshadowed by her more outgoing co-worker, finds an opportunity to make a connection with the robber.
Sometime in the near future, paraplegic prison inmate Matt Mills meets "The Board" of Satoshi-Telefair Industries, who thank him for joining the Program. Under pressure and with a promise to make him walk again, Mills agrees to volunteer. He is injected with a synthetic nanomaterial and suffocated, only to wake up with restored use of his legs, yet alone in a steel cell in the first spoke of an experimental apparatus - The Wheel. A series of assailants inflict a multitude of damage to Mills' body and torment his mind, yet the synthetic nanomaterial not only restores his damaged organs, it re-engineers his strength. The experiment might be designed to kill, but Mills is determined to survive - and get back to his daughter before The Board finds her first.
Written by Amit Ofir
Performed by Amit Ofir (as Wolves)
Published by Raw Juice Music
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Had potential but went nowhere. Lead actress atrocious.. BORING.
Arquette must be hard up for money if he takes roles in this massive waste of a film. The premise is ok at start but then it treads water and the budget starts to show.
It actually becomes kinda boring and I found myself looking at phone and had it on in background.
The lead actress was absolutely awful. Her acting was so wooden, so bad. I actually thought she was a robot or something.
The fight scenes were average at best. Tedious even.
The song at the end also sucked. Ha ha
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