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Security (2017)

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A security guard protects an eleven year-old girl who is being targeted by a gang for participating as a trial witness.


Alain Desrochers


Tony Mosher, John Sullivan (screenplay)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Antonio Banderas ... Eduardo 'Eddie' Deacon
Ben Kingsley ... Charlie
Liam McIntyre ... Vance
Cung Le ... Dead Eyes
Katherine de la Rocha Katherine de la Rocha ... Jamie (as Katherine Mary de la Rocha)
Chad Lindberg ... Mason
Jiro Wang ... Johnny Wei
Gabriella Wright ... Ruby
Shari Watson ... Administrator
John Strong John Strong ... Lead Official
Andrew De La Rocha Andrew De La Rocha ... Uncle Will (as Andrew de la Rocha)
Mark Basnight ... SUV Agent #1
Atanas Srebrev ... SUV Agent #2
Steven Baduske Steven Baduske ... SUV Agent #3
Ivailo Dimitrov Ivailo Dimitrov ... Patrol car cop (as Ivaylo Dimitrov)


An ex-special services veteran (Antonio Banderas), down on his luck and desperate for work, takes a job as a security guard at a run-down mall in a rough area of town. On his first night on the job, he opens the doors up to a distraught and desperate young girl who has escaped and fled from a hijacking of the U.S. Marshal motorcade that was transporting her to testify as a trial witness. Hot on her heels is psychopathic hijacker (Sir Ben Kingsley), alongside his resourceful henchmen, who will stop at nothing to extract and eliminate their witness. Written by https://teaser-trailer.com

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Led by a war veteran, a team of mall security guards risk their lives to protect a teenage girl from being captured and killed by a deadly gang and their sociopath leader. See more »


Action | Crime | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

4 March 2017 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Assalto ao Shopping See more »

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Box Office


$15,000,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs




Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


Taiwanese actor Jiro Wang's first U.S. movie. See more »


From 1:10 and forward the girl's walkie talkie antenna is missing the hand, the remaining shots has the hand on the antenna. See more »


Eduardo 'Eddie' Deacon: [to Jamie crouching in the dollhouse] Nice place you got in here... A little small but very nice.
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Mall Cop meets Jason Bourne meets the A-Team
3 July 2017 | by TheTopDawgCriticSee all my reviews

This movie was enjoyable - specifically the story-line, but it lost its major appeal and potential with a poor screenplay with many plot holes, sub-par directing, and the choice of some of its actors.

The only decent actors in this film were Ben Kingsley playing the odd-ball villain Charlie, of which he's done before so I'm used to him, and the little girl Jamie played by Katherine de la Rocha.

Liam McIntyre as Vance (mostly in the 1st half of the film) and Chad Lindberg as Mason where just the wrong actors for their roles, or the wrong roles for those actors. Then there was that ninja mercenary who was just really unnecessary.

Now to be clear, I am a big fan of Antonio Banderas (Eduardo "Eddie" Deacon), but this was not the role for him. Playing the Mall Cop meets Jason Bourne was very unconvincing, especially during the fight scenes. Additionally, putting him in roles that he has to whisper is a mistake, because I can barely understand his dialog with his accent.

The screenplay and directing where very confused in what they were trying to accomplish. Had this movie been serious throughout, with convincing and appropriate actors/roles, this would have been a hit. But unfortunately, having Chad Lindberg play the big baby-nerd role, and Liam McIntyre with those dumb sideburns and annoying dialog at the beginning, I couldn't take this film seriously, especially after seeing that ninja mercenary with the dual samurai swords that he never even used. Had their roles been as serious or convincing as the sniper, or Gabriella Wright (Ruby), it would have kept me in suspense and enjoyment from start to finish.

Overall, the story is what kept me interested the most, and for that, it's a 7/10 from me.

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