After surviving a fall from a plane 3000-feet over the ocean, a former CIA operative turned government contractor re-infiltrates a dangerous North Mexican drug trafficking ring to find his ... See full summary »
Maya, a beautiful Russian ballerina, is pursued by the Russian mafia after they kill her husband, a successful American businessman, and financial documents worth hundreds of millions of dollars go missing. Maya is framed by corrupt cops and imprisoned, and then when she is due to be released, her daughter is kidnapped, and she must fight to save her life. However, those who seem to be her friends may really be her enemies...Written by
I've seen a lot of bad films, heck I've seen a lot of bad Christian Slater films, but this could very well be his very worst
But he's not in it for that long of duration of the movie, neither are Cole Hauser or Angus McFayden
No this is primarily Sofya Skya's vehicle, both as the director (alongside someone else) and as the main star, and I think maybe she wasn't experience to handle both at the same time or something cause it didn't turn out very good (to put it mildly)
They tried to relaunch this movie under Assassins Run with a flashy poster with Cole Hauser and Christian Slater fatigued up armed to the teeth, but that does not represent this movie whatsoever neither of them even hold as much as a gun in this movie, so that's just them trying to sell this as a tough action movie when in reality it's really pretty darn boring
The best part of the movie is the credits where they play a nice little acoustic ballad, color my surprise when I read the song credits and that was a song sung by Sofya Skya as well!
I'm sitting here thinking should I give it a 1 or a 2 but there was nothing good about it (except for the song in the credits which doesn't count) so yeah I'm just gonna give it a 1
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