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G.O.D. (2001)

A lonely truck driver teams up with a retired security expert to derail a sophisticated white slave trafficking operation.

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Jalal Merhi ...
Ray Stanton
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Adrian Kaminski
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Norman Williams
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Lisa Belmont
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Austin Kaminsky
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Linda (as Lisa Crosato)
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Hitman #3
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Ann Stanton
Stuart Nemtin ...
Trevor Brennan
Maureen Cusack ...
Donna Brennan
Joanna Mason ...
Adele Belmonte
Chuck Depape ...
Nigel Torton
Scott Elam ...
Stavro
Ian Case ...
Wayne
Patrick J. Phillips ...
Howard Rittman (as Patrick Phillips)
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A lonely truck driver teams up with a retired security expert to derail a sophisticated white slave trafficking operation.

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Life holds no promises.

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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8 October 2002 (USA)  »

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Guaranteed Overnight Delivery  »

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At the end when the actors are talking near a car, the right car door is opened. While open, it reflects a boom mic. See more »

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References The Seven Year Itch (1955) See more »

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Well... it was filmed in the city I live in...
1 March 2003 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

...and that's about all the positive stuff I can say about this movie. Actually, scratch even that, because the murky and dark photography make my city look horrible. Speaking of "horrible", that's what can be described about everything else in this movie. Jalal Merhi is horrible; not only is his acting bad (sometimes his accent makes it impossible to make out what he's saying), his martial arts sequences are unbelievably amateurish and boring.

Olivier Gruner, on the other hand, gets NO opportunity to perform martial arts. Yes, they hired a martial arts actor, and NOT ONCE does he do any martial arts! David Carradine looks badly weathered and ill, sluggishly doing the little he's given.

Though running just 90 minutes, I swear it felt more like 150. The movie is so slow, so boring, so uneventful that it soon became agony to watch. Even masochists would have a problem sitting through this. Even die-hard fans of Gruner or Carradine would be better off passing this up. As well as fans of Merhi - that is, if he has any left after the long string of absolutely awful movies he's made during his "acting" career.


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