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It's about a woman (a pretty darn attractive woman, might I add!) who's framed for murder, so she has to spend the entire movie running from the cops and CIA agents.
I like how RIGHT from the very beginning the storyline and the action kicks in. Don't miss the introduction segment!
Of course the movie isn't without its faults, many of which occur during the action segments themselves. A lot of scenes focus on what I like to call "camera aimlessness". You experience lots of shooting taking place on screen, but the camera then immediately darts in another direction so quickly that you don't actually get to see the shooting scenes themselves, so you end up feeling cheated by them.
Also the storytelling has its faults as well, such as the one segment when the woman breaks into a guys room, points a gun directly to his head, and then actually tells the guy not to move because she has to use the bathroom! She then gets a shower! They become friends later however. Still, the guy should have taken off running at that point instead of sitting in bed and actually waiting for the woman to come back out.
Anyway, it's a fun little action flick. These faults don't really hurt the film overall.
Mancuso is a veteran of more than 100 films and TV movies, including some decent roles in films like 1992s "Under Siege" (he plays the sleazy CIA guy), "Marquis de Sade" (1996) and "A Young Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" (1996). I remember him best from his 1986-7 series "Sting Ray". Mancuso plays a sleazy CIA agent out to get a disk from the fleeing female agent played by Frida Farrell.
Farrel is a European actress who came to the US in the mid 90s. For her role in this film she won an award as "Breakthrough Performance" from the Action on Film International Film festival.
Some good supporting work is put in by Rhett Giles, G. Anthony Joseph, and Steve Boergadine, but all their efforts are undercut by the cheap settings and poor production values. Note - anytime a film has 13 people listed as "producer", "co producer", co executive producer" and/or "chief poo bah" you know you are going to be in trouble.
The film is written, directed, and edited by 28 year old Justin Rhodes. This was his first time working on a feature film in any of these capacities, although he had worked on several shorts.
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I am not happy !
Had not heard much about this movie, so expectations did not exist... It was suprisingly good movie with fun action.Published on April 12, 2013 by Kersh