- General info
Action icon Scott Adkins stars as Thomas McKenzie, a highly trained former DEA agent, hiding in a witness protection program in London with his daughter. His world is turned upside down when a group of thug's break into his home and he is forced to kill them. His arrest exposes his true identity to the criminal underworld, including mob boss Cooper (James Cosmo), McKenzie's arch-enemy and father-in-law. Cooper sends top assassin, Bishop (WWE Superstar Wade Barrett), to kill McKenzie. The two battle it out through the streets of London in a deadly game of cat and mouse. Can McKenzie survive and keep his daughter alive long enough to see her again?
- Scott Adkins, Stu Bennett, Daniel Caltagirone, James Cosmo, Mem Ferda, Ty Glaser, Olivia Mace, Stephen Marcus, Bruce Johnson, Sean Cronin, Gurt Bance, David J Biscoe, David William Bryan, Richard Carter, Lee Charles, Marc Edwards, Franco Flammia, Aaron Gassor, Ellie Goffe, Rudy Valentino Grant
- James Nunn
- James Harris, Mark Lane, Michael J. Luisi
- Nathan Brookes, Bobby Lee Darby
- Action & Adventure, Thrillers
- Release Date:
- Run Time:
- 91 minutes
- English Hard of Hearing
- DVD Regions:
- Region 2
- Aspect Ratio:
- Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
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Like a Jean Claude van Damme remake!
- Eliminators review by CS
You can see from the first few minutes, that this is not a big blockbuster movie, but it does slowly pan out and seem as though what we're going to get is a stylish British style Thriller instead, given that it's based mostly in London. However once the action starts, it becomes clear that this is nothing more than yet another beefcake, martial arts, action movie, brainless, with an overdone storyline and bland script! In fact it felt just like an old Jean Calude Van Damme film remade, rather than something new and the fighting sequences were right out of JCVD's book of kicks! The ending was predictable and a let down really, this all felt as though it was someone first attempt at making a movie and instead of coming up with something new and original, they simply copied a much rehashed and overdone formula, to give us a bland Sunday afternoon B-Movie!
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