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|
|Writers||:||Marcus Shakesheff, Catherine Maher|
|Casts||:||Marcus Shakesheff, David Newton, Laurence Patrick, Lee Bane, Aaron Gassor, Simon Pengelly, Lewis Cook, Jeff Harry, Claire Carreno|
Right from the start the characters exhibit as much emotion as a cardboard box. the fight scene at the beginning was choreographed by Donald Duck and it doesn't get any better. The only reason I watched it and continued to watch it was for the beautiful scenery of Newport. I don't have much else to say about this movie, I expect its not easy putting a movie together but this seemed to lack a lot of things maybe it was the directors day off, I mean how many MI6 agents do you see driving an old Renault Megane Convertible.
And you have to love the exotic Newport accent...lol. But on a serious note AVOID this movie like the plague, bad accents, bad scenery, bad acting, terrible props, fighting scenes reminiscent of the old John Wayne cowboy fight scenes, the one in the back of the car is a classic. If you persevere with this movie then you will have a good laugh although it will have been unintentional