Welcome to St. Jude, a town where rival gangs rule the streets, where the chief of police is a cold-blooded killer, and where citizens have learned to keep their heads down. Then comes out-of-towner Ryan Hong. His vintage car attracts attention. His unbelievable marital arts skills cause a sensation. Sensing a human weapon, the rival gangs bid for Hong’s allegiance. But Hong is committed to honoring an old promise to a mentor he met in prison: that he will "do good” wherever possible. With a lethal combination of street smarts and martial arts, Hong vows to lift St. Jude’s citizens out of fear... even if he must turn into a one-man army to do it.
||May 11th, 2012 (Limited) by After Dark|
||R for brutal violence, pervasive language, some sexuality/nudity and drug use.|
(Rating bulletin 2203, 12/21/2011)
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