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The Debt Collector (2018)

Not Rated | | Action | 14 September 2018 (UK)
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A classically-trained martial artist goes to work as a mob debt collector. The job seems easy enough, until a client drags him into a situation deeper than could ever be anticipated.

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Jesse V. Johnson
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Credited cast:
Scott Adkins ... French
Louis Mandylor ... Sue
Vladimir Kulich ... Tommy
Tony Todd ... Barbosa
Selina Lo ... Sandy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rustic Bodomov ... Manno's Sidekick #2
Alexa Bondar ... Bikini Girl
Rachel Brann ... Amanda
Kasmira Buchanan Kasmira Buchanan ... Burlesque
Danice Cabanela ... Jeanette
Brian Carroll ... Background LAPD
Katherine Castillo Katherine Castillo ... Waitress
Sean Crampton ... Bill
Esteban Cueto Esteban Cueto ... Manno
Michael DeCamp ... Manno's Sidekick #3 (as Mike Decamp)
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A classically-trained martial artist goes to work as a debt collector for the mob. The job seems easy enough, until one "client" pulls him into a situation deeper than could ever be expected. Also starring Louis Mandylor, Michael Pare, Tony Todd and Vladimir Kulich. Directed by Jesse V. Johnson. Written by anonomys

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Violence first. Questions later.

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English

Release Date:

14 September 2018 (UK) See more »

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When Sue picks up the movie poster, French makes fun of him for playing a Ninja back in the day. Scott Adkins played a ninja in two previous films. See more »

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While driving to Topanga, the car is on the RIGHT lane (1h03:34 - 1h03:38), then on the LEFT lane (1h03:41 - 1h03:44) and back on the RIGHT lane (1h03:45 - 1h03:48). See more »

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Better than the average martial arts movie
30 April 2018 | by CountJonnieSee all my reviews

Scott Adkins gets drawn into the world of debt collecting, and depends on his fighting skills and Louis Mandylors lessons to learn the rules. The world is however full of betrayal, and lines that Adkins won't cross.

What makes this better than average is that Adkins seems to have found the kind of role in which he is comfortable, and doesn't hide is British accent. The movie doesn't have very many fight scenes, but the fights you do get, are more realistic and grounded, instead of tricking and flipping.

But the best part is that the acting is surprisingly decent, and there is even some chemistry between the two lead actors, which makes watching their scenes and listening to their dialogue entertaining.

All in all this is a decent action movie.


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