James Bonomo (Sylvester Stallone) a New Orleans hitman’s partner was killed by Keegan (Jason Momoa) a skilled ex-mercenary. Keegan also killed a New York City Detective Taylor Kwon (Sung Kang)’s partner.
So it only made sense for them to team up and go after the bad guy. And Hell has not fury like James Bonomo when he is avenging the death of a good friend and partner. He has no rules to play by but his own and he reacts to the moment. However Detective Taylor Kwon does have rules to go by and executes them in the beginning and as close to the law as possible.
But James takes out the trash and solves problems and this is one issue that will be bloody and messy. No one will hide from this man who is a sphere of fury rolling over the top of his enemies like a 5 ton ball of fiery steel.
When he tells his daughter Lisa Bonomo (Sarah Shahi) about his partner being killed she reminded him he promised her he would get out of this business. With revenge on his mind he goes after his prey and does not care who tries to stop him---he will not be deterred.
But when Keegan takes Lisa---James’ daughter to use as bait to lure in James ---the fireworks begins--- and I am afraid the bad guy Keegan has bitten off more than he can handle. James would walk over hot coals to get to his daughter.
James does not trust anyone and he said that is how he stays in the game of life over death. One could almost feel sorry for the bad guy because I know he has met his match.
I cannot wait to get the DVD of this movie and I hope everyone enjoys Sly in this one---he just keeps on getting better and better.
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