After being mysteriously framed for a terrorist bombing, a Foreign Service Officer must evade government capture and death by a ruthless assassin in order to stop the real perpetrators’ master—and much deadlier—plan.
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||May 29th, 2015 (Limited) by Alchemy|
||July 15th, 2015 (Wide) (Belgium)
August 13th, 2015 (Limited) (Australia)
October 17th, 2015 (Wide) (Japan)
October 18th, 2015 (Wide) (China)
January 28th, 2016 (Wide) (Hong Kong)
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||May 29th, 2015 by Alchemy|
||PG-13 for violence, some action and brief strong language.|
(Rating bulletin 2345, 10/22/2014)
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||Secret Agent, London, New York, Terrorism, Framed, Fugitive / On the Run, Early / Simultaneous Video on Demand release|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Millennium Films, Winkler Films|
June 23rd, 2015
As I've mentioned countless times in the past, the summer is the worst time of year for the home market. Outside of an occasional spring hit, there's very little worth talking about. It's much too late for last year's holiday hits, it's much too early for the summer blockbusters, and there are not even a lot of TV on DVD releases to pick up the slack. However, as bad as the average is, this week is much, much worse. There are no first-run releases of note. There's no real limited releases, TV on DVD releases, or classics coming out either. I had nothing to review this week. The top contender for Pick of the Week is Ex Machina, which is only coming out on Video on Demand. It's that slow on the home market. The other two contenders are Lupin the Third: The Castle of Cagliostro on Blu-ray and Timbuktu on Blu-ray.
May 29th, 2015
There are not a lot of films on this week's list; however, there are several that are earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. Heaven Knows What and I Believe in Unicorns are both coming of age films. Tu dors Nicole and Wet Bum are both Canadian films, the latter of which is only playing in Canada at the moment. Finally, there's Results. Its reviews are not as good as the other four, but its chances of earning some measure of mainstream success is likely greater.
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