|Genres:||Action, Crime, Thriller|
|Crew:||Cinematography: Anastas N. Michos | Director: George Gallo | Writer: George Gallo | Executive Producer: Julie Lott | Casting: Donald Paul Pemrick | Casting: Dean E. Fronk | Editor: Yvan Gauthier | Producer: David E. Ornston | Producer: Richard Salvatore | Executive Producer: Barry Brooker|
Victoria is a young mother trying to put her dark past as a Russian drug courier behind her, but retired cop Damon forces Victoria to do his bidding by holding her daughter hostage. Now, Victoria must use guns, guts and a motorcycle to take out a series of violent gangsters—or she may never see her child again.
I actually like Ruby Rose, not a great actress for sure but can be entertaining but she seemed to have quickly devolved into direct-to-video territory with this and her previous film, The Doorman, neither would've gotten a theatrical release even without COVID-19. Anyway, this one could've been passably entertaining if not for the terrible editing, atrocious photography (not sure what was with the green tint or over-saturation of colors in other scenes.
Also doesn't help it was predictable. Oh, and Morgan Freeman takes another paycheck, this one spending his entire time in a wheelchair and pretty much in one location. 2.0/5