Directed by Jesse V. Johnson and written by Derek Kolstad, The Package features Austin as Tommy Wick, a nightclub bouncer and enforcer for Seattle crime boss Big Doug (Eric Keenleyside, Dreamcatcher, Firewall). When Big Doug instructs Tommy to hand-deliver a secret package to the mysterious international crime lord "The German," (Lundgren), he does so with the hopes that Big Doug will forgive the debt Tommy's brother Eddie (Lochlyn Munroe, White Chicks, Freddy vs. Jason) owes.
Word of the clandestine delivery spreads and soon "the package" - and those who carry it - becomes the target of rival gang leader Anthony (Michael Daingerfield, The Messengers). Anthony will stop at nothing to ensure its capture. Facing incredible odds, Tommy races against the ticking clock - and a small army of hit men, mercenaries, assassins and sadists -- to complete delivery. But does The German have other ideas about what to do with the package?
Pretty Persuasion movie trailer - starring James Woods, Selma Blair, Ron Livingston, Evan Rachel Wood, Jane Krakowski, Adi Schnall. Directed by Marcos Siega. Theatrical Release Date: 8/12/2005
Decent thriller about an army officer whose prisoner escapes in transit, which leads to the discovery of an international conspiracy. Another exciting performance by Hackman!
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"The Return of the Native", the new motion picture from Lickerish Media; a tale of seduction, obsession and betrayal, set in a depression-era mountain town, adapted from the classic novel by Thomas Hardy.The Return of the Native is the second feature from sibling writer/director team Deena Bermudez and Ben Westbrook. It was shot entirely in the hills of Central Pennsylvania.
A courier for a local crime lord (Steve Austin of TV’s WWE, THE STRANGER) must deliver a mysterious package while being chased by a horde of unusual gangsters. Also starring Dolph Lundgren (THE EXPENDABLES FRANCHISE, ROCKY IV) and Monique Ganderton (TV’s SMALLVILLE).
Director Thomas Napper's Lost Angels: Skid Row is My Home takes an uncompromising yet life-affirming look at the lives of eight remarkable individuals--people who have found a way to make a life for themselves within the community of homelessness. The film shows how their descent into society's basement has been exacerbated by the forces of gentrification and the increasing criminalization of homeless people, while exposing the draconian changes to the mental health care system that have brought us here. With the support of a vast array of advocates, especially the services of LAMP, many residents of Skid Row have found a way to stick together and fight back. Narrated by actress Catherine Keener, Lost Angels demonstrates how proactive approaches to homelessness - most specifically that of providing housing - are helping many to recover from mental illness and substance abuse and to find stability. For many, Skid Row is, perhaps improbably, the last place to find refuge and build a life of meaning...proving that sometimes home is where the help is.
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