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Torrent details: DVD Rip, Dual Audio, English sub
Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller
Director: Ric Roman Waugh
Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Jon Bernthal, Susan Sarandon
Father DEA undercover to free his son who was imprisoned after being set up in drug case.
I've never been much of a fan of Rock. My love for professional wrestling tapered off around the time I was about 15 years old, and that was before the heydey Rocks. His films (I've seen) are marginal at best in my opinion. But for a man who acts the field led to capitalize on its popularity and not win at the Academy Awards has become a way, long of The Scorpion King. What I liked about her agent is anti-action film. I was expecting a terrible movie like Last Stand starring Ah-NOLD Schwarzenegger. I expect manufactured chases and shootouts with bad guys to shoot blanks, because they are not able to shoot good guy, even when they have a clear shot. I expect the scene where Will Rock beat 10 guys who all take turns coming in that instead of throwing. Simply But the agent was different. It is a story of the lengths a father will go to help his son. I want to give away any spoilers but it goes too far. Rock - he is credited as Dwayne Johnson (so I think viewers take seriously the movie) - is very reliable and poses proudly with some good acting in compliance:. He shows fear and vulnerability of a father who puts his life on the line to save that put prison after committing a, stupid crime his son. But the actor who steals the film is John Bernthal, that an ex-con trying to live a decent life plays but is slowed in new dark on the edge, to assist in the rock, where he is building. Michael Kenneth Williams will forever be known as Omar and typecast, but a good turn as a drug dealer. Other supporting cast, including Susan Sarandon as a prosecutor, are excellent. Spy moves at a deliberate pace, which gives a more natural feel and reliable. The action scenes are a bit better and do not seem too overwhelming. I'll go out on a limb and say that this film is not nominated for best film, but compared to the junk I've seen so far this year (including the latest Die Hard), I recommend steals.