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When a relaxing getaway turns deadly, a former Marine must risk his life once again to save his wife and best friend from a modern day pirate; all the while trying to hold himself together as he faces the ghosts of the war he left behind.
Casper Van Dien,
Despite the fact that a man named Henry has long been retired, he is still one of the most dangerous and wanted killers. He settled away from people in the forest near the lake. Once, as usual, he was busy with his business, when suddenly a strange sound was heard. Upon arrival, he saw a wounded girl who had fallen from her sleds. She needs urgent help, which Henry is unable to provide in these conditions. She must be delivered to the city hospital, as soon as possible. But in this case, he risks being detected. But he cannot leave a poor girl to die.Written by
A big fan of Jean Reno I am but this wasn't that good and was just too slow. It's also a rehash and similar to other movies. Most notably I found it similar to Polar with Mads Mikellson except that Polar was far far better than this movie.
This one is just okay and far from Reno's best work, it's certainly no Leon that's for sure, on the other hand I dearly hope we see a sequel to Polar.
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