Acts of Betrayal
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(Jan 01, 1997)
In a small sleepy desert town, everyone has something to hide. But Eva Ramiraz (Maria Conchita Alonso) has a secret so deadly that it could cost her her life. Now she's on the run and about to expose the truth behind the power and the scandal behind it all. Her only hope is the help of a special Marine-trained FBI agent (Matt McColm) to out-run and out-smart those who will stop at nothing to silence the one person who knows too much. It's a race against the clock before these acts of betrayal become deadly.
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Maria Conchita Alonso portrays the wife of a mob leader on whom she has ratted and is being protected by the Witness Protection Program in order for her to testify at his trial. Maria is brash, haughty, talks like a sailor, and is not one of those sniveling little mealy mouses. No, Maria never stops yapping and complaining and blaming her hunky agent for her dilemma. Said hunky agent is former stuntman Matt McColm (Subterfuge, Red Scorpion II) as Cooper, a man who never smiles and thinks only from the book. His stoic macho manner complements Alonso's sexy aura quite well and they make a good team. Muse Watson plays the former marine commander who is heading the crew to terminate Alonso before she can testify.
Nothing new is given here but McColm and Alonso act with energy and conviction and the action scenes are fast and furious. Quite a good movie for one you've probably never heard of, but if you like your action fast and furious, you'll enjoy this sleeper.