When Mikey is kidnapped and held for a ransom by ruthless crime boss Eddie King, JP turns to the brothers’ old pal Sal, a plain clothes detective for help. In order to rescue his brother, JP must risk everything and unleash his vengeance against King’s relentless army of gangsters.
||January 6th, 2017 (Limited) by Lionsgate Premiere|
||January 6th, 2017 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment|
||R for brutal bloody violence, language throughout and drug use.|
(Rating bulletin 2447 (Cert #50663), 10/19/2016)
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||Mafia, Revenge, Kidnap, Ransom, Crime Thriller, Rescue, Early / Simultaneous Video on Demand release|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Lionsgate Premiere, Grindstone Entertainment Group, Emmett Furla Oasis Films, River Bay Films, Tinker Productions Limited|
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March 29th, 2017
It’s a good week for Pick of the Week contenders, as there are seven such releases on this week’s list. Unfortunately, none of them really scream out as The Pick of the Week. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is by far the biggest, but it is only out on Video on Demand right now, while Hidden Figures is the best, but again, it is only on VOD this week. There are also a couple of busted Oscar-bait films, Archer: Season Seven is only getting a DVD release, while the previous seasons came out on Blu-ray. In the end, I went with Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume XXXVIII, partially to celebrate the return of the show.
January 6th, 2017
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that the first weekend of January is a slow week for limited releases. It’s too late to qualify for this year’s Awards Season and the competition for late entries into the Oscar race is intense. I, Daniel Blake is the best of a limited field and is certainly worth checking out, while Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America is also worth it, if you like documentaries.
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