Vietnam vet Frank Vega now runs an East L.A. community center where he trains young boxers to survive in and out of the ring. But when his prize student falls in with the wrong crowd and turns up dead, Frank teams up with his pal Bernie to take matters into their own fists and prove that justice never gets old.
|Release Date||:||April 8, 2014|
|Production Company||:||Silver Nitrate Films, Sense and Sensibility Ventures|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Craig Moss, Renetta G. Amador, Nancy Breaux|
|Casts||:||Danny Trejo, Danny Glover, Andrew Divoff, Jacqueline Obradors, Jonathan Lipnicki, Charlie Carver, Dante Basco, Sarah Dumont, Herbert Russell, Patrick Fabian, Leon G. Thomas III, Jeremy Ray Valdez, Han Soto, Dennis Keiffer, Ignacio Serricchio, Melany Ochoa, Lisa Raziano, Elizabeth Barondes, Federico Berte, Damien Bray, Al Coronel, Sophie Dee, Sergio Garcia, David Scott Gaudin, Zedric Harris, Mikal Kartvedt, Gary Kasper, Jillana Laufer, Justin Lebrun, Judd Lormand, Loni Love, Ken Moreno, Michael Rader, Justyn Michael Richards, Con Schell, Korey Simeone, Ryan Slater, Matthew Tompkins, Hawk Walts, Brock Lumarque|
|Plot Keywords||:||vietnam veteran, sequel, murder, inspired by true events|
I am at a loss to place this film, I'm not even sure if I enjoyed it or not, or if I could recommend it.
This is an action film with a ridiculous plot where some old guys have to go and beat up some other guys; but that really isn't important.
This isn't a 'serious' action movie like Die Hard or Transporter but it isn't a full send up like Black Dynamite or Gravy Train.
The production is strange. Normally when someone throws a grenade you get a slow motion sequence of the grenade in flight, followed by a close up of the villains face, then a few seconds of explosion. Here grenade leaves hand the next frame is bad guy blowing up.
There is lots of action, the fight scenes are fast and furious but aren't particularly well choreographed. Glover and Trejo deliver their cheesy lines and punch people adequately enough.
Don't take this too serious and you may enjoy. I did... I think.