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Blood of Redemption [Blu-ray]
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Dolph Lundgren plays a body guard and trusted confidant to the family of the patriarch who's killed. He tries the entire movie to figure out who did it, and discovers, to his disappointment, the perpetrator who he had trusted for years, and eventually was shot by. But, no worries, he rights things with his old friend and new enemy, and comes out clean in the end. I think the ending was the best part. But, you might disagree. Check it out...you might be more clever in figuring out who the bad guy is.
Sergio gets the word from the senator he must end his activities as he can no longer protect him. Also 30 minutes into this feature we find out Kurt works for the FBI. When Sergio gets killed, this becomes a very bad and confusing who-dun-it, with Axel wanting to find his former boss's killer using a picture board and red lines.
This is a good guy vs. bad guy vs. bad guy vs bad guy vs bad guy film. (There's actually a couple of more bad guy factions to this as everyone is on their own side, but I think you get the point.) The scenes were interesting and well done while the over all plot has holes and was immaterial.
Please note that the FBI does back ground checks. They don't hire people with crime connections and certainly wouldn't allow them to work on their own family's case. Nor does the FBI have just paper file folders on people. They do have a computer.
Okay as a rental for fans of Billy Zane.
Parental Guide F-bomb, sex, nudity (Jelly Howie. Jenny Shakeshaft, Reena Tolentino + other silicon beauties)
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I hate repeating myself but once again more brain dead stuff to love.Published 22 months ago by David W. Barsness
First thing you need to know is that this is a "B" movie. The second thing that most people know already is that you do NOT go to Dolph Lundgren movies for the quality of... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kenneth Harrigan