A crime thriller that centers on a man whose memory has been lost due to a bank heist gone wrong. The character will need to piece together the missing 10 minutes from his memory in order to determine who sabotaged him.
Brian A. Miller
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Colonel Branson (Thomas Gibson), head of a secret and covert division of the NSA, keeps the Shadow Wolves operating albeit now independent and rogue. His anger after his daughter was killed in Afghanistan training civilians drives him to defend "his" America and her borders by all means legal or otherwise. When ISIS terrorists begin to sneak across the US Border into Arizona, Branson alerts the Shadow Wolves to track and stop them. Branson sends Eric Shaw (Cody Walker), his most deadly and effective agent, to join up with the Shadow Wolves. The Wolves are led by Nabahe (Graham Greene), a Navajo honored military veteran, and an old colleague of Branson's. At the same time in London Lady Milton-Simon (Louise Lombard), head of an MI6 anti-terrorist division, sends out her elite agent, Major McLaren (Tom Hutch), to track a terrorist named Khan (Solomon Shiv) who has a personal vendetta against the US and the Shadow Wolves. Lady Milton and McLaren learn Khan is heading to Mexico to be ...Written by
Shadow Wolves executive producers McKay Daines, Tom Reeve, and Michael Corrigan strived for authenticity. They worked together with Co-Executive producer and Native American actor Ray Tracey to create a realistic representation of the Native American culture, as well as a sensational thriller about covert terrorist plots. See more »
Imagine Matt Stone and Trey Parker's brilliant Team America, only without the satire, humor, self awareness or interest. Filmed like a really , with dire scripts, leaden direction and with a cast who simply can't act - even the good actors seem aware they're taking part in a total turkey and are phoning in their performances. Stupdendously bad - a textbook lesson in bad drama.
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