Evan Reed is a disillusioned ex M.I.6 agent who has become a mercenary for hired. Hired to steals file containing incriminating evidence linking the Prime Minister with illegal weapons contractors, Evan realizes he is in way over his head.
|Release Date||:||December 1, 2016|
|Production Company||:||Soundbirth, Beat'em Up Films|
|Production Countries||:||United Kingdom|
|Casts||:||Marcus Shakesheff, David Newton, Laurence Patrick, Lee Bane, Aaron Gassor, Simon Pengelly, Lewis Cook, Jeff Harry, Claire Carreno|
Imagine the brothers Grimsby. You then remove the slapstick humour and replace it with alleged humour. There's no million dollar sets or crew..... its actually a cheap camera and one bloke with a fag in his mouth. You mix in the Welsh chav from Newport(proper welsh wales)and his love for his possibly polish girlfriend. In many ways this film faithfully recreates a night out in Newport except there's more lager in the real one. The cast seems to be made up of professional bouncers and their mates. As a result they manage some OK to good fights (they actually do this bit fairly well). There's more Newport in case you forgot what it's like. While it's not the best film but OK for ironing in front of the telly. I also enjoyed hearing a lot of welsh accents. Given a five for a good effort.