A man wakes in a hospital with no memory, and quickly finds himself on the run in a locked down hospital with the Cartel on his tail.

  • Released: 2022-10-12
  • Runtime: 91 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Adventure, Thrillers
  • Stars: Josh Duhamel, Abbie Cornish, Omar Chaparro, Nick Nolte, Lou Ferrigno Jr., Bárbara de Regil, Robert Dobson, Pedro López, Edison Ruiz, Jero Medina
  • Director: Sam Macaroni
  • cynicsick - 16 May 2024
    Blackout drunk filmmakers?
    I'm not sure if these guys woke up from a binge and just decided they are gonna make a movie or are just taking the piss. The very first few seconds in the scene hits you with this terrible background music glaringly out of place. The music keeps changing theme throughout and it doesn't fit or make sense. The sound guy is totally lost.

    Terrible brainless camera work. The cuts constantly change with strange angles that seems random and again out of place. HORRENDOUS amateur jump cut sequences. The bad guys look like if elementary kids cosplay "bad looking tough guys" in movies.

    HORRENDOUS fight scenes and choreography. It's like watching wwe wrestling. It's hard to explain and I don't feel like going into details how bad it was. These types of movies could save itself regardless of plot or acting if the action and fight scenes are actually good, but in this, are the worst parts. Terrible movie.
  • bigtone-74885 - 2 April 2023
    Love an action film, but certainly not this one. Confusing and hard to follow, fast-mo slow-mo, pick one please. Multiple machine guns on full noise can hit two people in a corridor, but just make perfect shot lines down the corridor walls. Then the good guys should the bad guys dead straight up, no prob with the aiming then. And seriously, they can't get out of a hospital? Entire corridors vacant, flicking lights like in c-grade horror flicks, all the doors locked, oh no can't go anywhere. Unless it serves the director of course. It was easy to get to the roof. Bad ending, confusing, attempts at the dramatic but on my what a fail.