A stolen seismic weapon is activated in Yemen. A hostage freed there tries in vain to warn against it's global effect. It starts seismic activity at the Californian fault line where her daughter and ex are monitoring it. Can they stop it?
When she reaches the end of her lifespan, a scientist rushes to Mexico, in order to save the half-breed alien seductress he raised as his docile niece, but soon awakens the deadly, sexual predator inside her.
Amber city is the last city on earth with a breathable atmosphere. In this climate of fear and paranoia, Isan Epel finds herself trapped by her employers, Schilman's inc, after working in ... See full summary »
Ida Marie Bakkerud,
Ingrid Enger Damon,
Technology brings us closer. Or perhaps it brings strangers, a little too close. But how much can you really trust someone? With a new ride share service, you never know who you'll be getting in a car with. Or if you'll ever get out.
Brian Frank Visciglia
In a white hot flash of light, and with no warning, one minute our moon is there, the next it's gone. Then, a second flash. And that's the last thing anyone on Earth can remember. 11 months... See full summary »
Earth 2019, 3/4 of it's households have a robot. The AI supercomputer, Kronos, considers humans the biggest threat to Earth. A century later, few humans are left. Calia seeks the last human stronghold as does Kronos.
Frank Marasco arrests Kane Cartel who is then sentenced for execution. To stop this, Carlito Kane and Manual Kane kidnap the daughter of the California Governer and Frank's grandson, Mario. Frank Marasco (Bullet) takes law into his own hands to save them.Written by
Danny Trejo is the reigning king of the B's. And I'll watch anything he's in, no matter how poorly-written, no matter how amateurishly-directed, and no matter how ridiculously, incoherently edited.
And that's the sloppy road Nick Lyon haphazardly lays for the undemanding fan of very familiar plots. So if you really don't care about utterly absurd, incredibly illogical, and comically lazy story lines, the entry-level acting might not even register. But on the way to the traditional "Commando"-like action-movie denouement every 12-year-old boy expects, you'll ask yourself:
Why is there always a long-haired, German super-villain lieutenant in organized crime? How did Frank Marasco's car just happen to be where he needed it? How can two bad guys with handguns out-shoot a squad of body-armored, assault- rifle-toting cops? Why am I watching this to the predictable end?
Well, I can at least answer the last question: so you can hear Danny Trejo bark the immortal line, "This is America! Speak Mexican!"
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