When you see headliner names like Mickey Rourke, Eric Roberts and Louis Mandylor, you'd expect a fairly decent B-grade film with the trio as leads. Wrong. If there was such a thing, this would be a F-grade film. Firstly, Mandylor may have had 30 seconds tops of screen time. Roberts, maybe 2 minutes, if even that, total screen time. Rourke, maybe 3 minutes total, tops - in a miserably long and dragged out 97 minute religious propaganda film. I'm questioning if they even knew they were being cast in a religious propaganda film.<br/><br/>Writer, director, producer, and actor in this film Aziz Tazi wrote a sloppy convoluted plot-issues riddled cringe-worthy story which didn't know what it wanted to focus on; wrongfully accused? High level corruption? Religious conversion? Prison escape? Retribution? It was just a sloppy convoluted mess.<br/><br/>The directing, cinematography and editing was probably the worst I've ever seen. You will shake your head when you see how some of the scenes were filmed. The score and sound were atrocious. The cast were not properly directed, and most looked like it was there first acting gig. Aside from the top trio (non)leads, the (at)best and only convincing performance was by Patrick Kilpatrick, who basically carried the performances on his shoulder.<br/><br/>I've reviewed over 1,000 films on this site, and this has to be in my top 10 worst films of all time. I's a very generous 2/10 from me, all going to the absentee trio stars and Kilpatrick.
Action / Crime
Action / Crime
A charming ladies' man, Frank has no intention of settling down. That's until he meets a beautiful and intelligent Arab woman, Sarah, one incandescent night. Their romance takes off and Frank decides to propose to Sarah during a journey in her home country. One night abroad, corrupt Arab police discover the couple in a compromising situation. They provoke an incident that snowballs. As the protagonists try to escape, the police open fire, accidentally killing Sarah. Fearful of an international backlash, the police frame Frank for murder, aided by a crooked American judge, with his own selfish business motives. The judge summons Frank back to the U.S. to serve his unjust sentence. Assaulted as soon as he arrives in prison, Frank is saved by his cellmate Ayman, a moderate Muslim convert who unwillingly enrolls him in the powerful gang of Muslim fundamentalists he uses for his own protection. Desperate to prove his innocence, Frank resorts to breaking out of prison to seek revenge on ...
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