A man who thinks he is a bad ass agent working for the agency extract his primary objective is to steal plan 3100 and kill the mafia leader Andrew "lemon" Garaliano. his wife and kids leave... See full summary »
Ayden Tyler Hatch,
Jason K. Wixom
Joe Marshall and Frank Washington are two tenacious police detectives who seek at all costs to stop the Katana, a renegade Yakuza gang composed of violent and sadistic killers who want to lead the drug trade in Los Angeles.
This 1.5 hour magnificent wonder is truely Neil's best work so far. Breen eloquently combines beautiful cinematography, incredible acting, and moving music. The film explores complex topics such as artificial intelligence, corporate greed and corruption, heartfelt romance, and betrayal. The film contains multiple nods to Breen's other movies, and directly references "Pass-thru" in one of the more memorable scenes. The special effects and CGI were groundbreaking, and Neil's editing talents truely shined. The film imbues the audience with zesty approval, and a need to explore Breen's work further. Neil entices the audience to dive deeper into the "Twisted Pair" universe with his unusual mystique. Furthermore, the nonstop action kept the audience at the edge of their seats, eyes glued to Neil, as he risked his life to defeat the forces of evil, and reconcile with his long lost brother. This film will go down in history as one of the all time greats. Well worth the ticket price!
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