A getaway driver finds himself in harm's way when he gets caught up in a job involving casino heist money leading to a debt over his head.


Keith Sutliff


Keith Sutliff





Credited cast:
Keith Sutliff ... Markus Hunter
Julien Cesario ... Frank
Matthew Webb ... Watts Riley
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cheyenne Buchanan ... Dixon Jones
Tom Conlan ... Virgil
Martin Copping ... Zander
Stefanie Estes ... Rachel
Tien Pham ... Vernon Boyd
Demetrius Stear ... Edwin
Reine Swart ... Staci


Markus Hunter, a getaway driver/gunman (Keith Sutliff), lives a solitary life in Los Angeles California doing jobs around town and across the world. Known for his excellent reputation as a driver/gunman, a former employer of his, Frank, contracts him for a job involving casino heist money from a debt that was never paid to him. After making a few contacts, Markus ends up recruiting some help from a nearby colleague (Watts) of his which he's done many jobs with in the past. Things don't go according to plan for Markus, leading to people looking for him, his known associates, and the only person he trusts in life (Staci). As the story unfolds, Markus attempts to sort out the chaos leading to more turmoil. Markus comes to realize he must make the ultimate decision which matters most to him in life. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for language throughout

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Terrible movie + manipulated ratings
25 October 2019 | by MikeBAusSee all my reviews

I, like others, took the (initial) 8.7 rating as being indicative of a quality piece of cinema. In fact, my expectations were such that I, sad to say, watched this entirely from beginning to end. As the movie progressed, through endless and pointless driving scenes and occasionally broken up by new characters woodenly reciting lines that were not only cliched but didn't really help to build up any story, I grew increasingly disbelieving. Surely there would some pivotal moment that would occur to kick things into a higher gear? There was not. Surely there would be a revelation that would give all the proceeding driving / corner turning / gear shifting / checking of traffic / poker-faced acting some context and meaning. There was not. Once I realised that nothing was going to happen I was so close to the end of the movie I thought I might as well keep going. No surprise that the ending is just as terrible as the rest of the movie.

Redeeming points - the visuals of LA at night (which is the only state you get to see anything in the movie - it's ALL filmed at night time) are nice. The sound track was pretty good, I thought, and perhaps the sole reason I managed to keep going.

Normally I would not leave such a scathing and nasty review, however it's clear from the ratings that 'someone' manipulated things to get it to 8.7 in the first place. As this number is about 7.7 higher than what the actual rating should be, this is a real no-no.

Avoid, avoid, avoid, but do keep an eye out for the sound track.

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26 June 2019 (USA) See more »

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The Refuge See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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