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Plot: A rogue soldier turned outlaw is thrust into a relentless fight with a corrupt sheriff, his obedient deputies, and a dangerous drug cartel in order to protect his sister and her young daughter. Runtime: 80 mins Release Date: 20 Nov 2015
first of all this movie is very underrated, very fun to watch a lot of kicking martial arts Scott Adkins is best lead role ever ! i would highly recommend for Action fans to watch this movie if you guys love Scott Adkins and Isaac Florentine you should check this out this is one of Very Non Stop Action Movies Scott Adkins kicked a lot of ass, a lot of martial arts moves fights a lot of them just goes Non Stop completely Storyline there is but short one because movie goes for 1h,20 min. Plot is A rogue soldier turned outlaw is thrust into a relentless fight Scott Adkins Colton MacReady went <more>
to place and All Cartels are kick's Mexican Cartel ass to get his niece back after been kidnapped buy them, Colton killed Victor Garcia Ray Diaz Cartel Boss of Son father founds out guy who was in EX Special Forces Marines from Sheriff Jasper Calloway corrupt sheriff Nick Chinlund told him that Colton killed his son father Fernando Garcia Tony Perez all cartel's and one of dirty cops coming after family Angela Reynolds, Hailey Reynolds are his family his obedient deputies, and a dangerous drug cartel in order to protect his sister and her young daughter. are in danger he is has to product them while he is doing that the killed a lot of ass in movie camera movement is very interesting movement in one single fight with one shot no cut to cut scenes very well made no fake staff Scott Adkins got new moves for fight scenes movie went on and on with action very short movie, with big action to it Scott Adkins is just badass in movie full on range with action. Scott Adkins was great in such badass roles like Undisputed 2 & 3 A lot of new Martial Arts and Action Projects like Hard Target 2 witch has noting to do with Jean Claude Van Damme film or the new Undisputed IV movie witch it looks mad in my opinion Scott Adkins is great actor honesty if you guys are action go and check this movie out !
Now This Film I Bought On DVD And I'm Glad I Did Because Like A Hit-man In London One of The Best Movies Of All Time Now Scott Akins Has Made Some Bad Movies 2 Guns 2 But This One Had Action All The Way Lots Of Shooting And Fighting And Boy Can He Kick Ass Yes He Can So They Might Be No Plot But Who Cares We Just Want A Good Fighting Movie And That's What You Get Thank You
Close Range- Scott Adkins back in Action as an main actor (by mensur93)
Scott Adkins is better than ever. A lot of new Martial Arts and Action Projects like Hard target 2 or the new Undisputed IV movie. He is one of the best action actors of this time. my personal opinion Back to Close Range. Scott delivers again.Positive + Scott as main actor in Western Actioner Close Range + Effective Fights, well choreographed + A lot of well directed gun shots + Creative Action Scene in the middle of the movie + fast paced, no slow downs + Good atmosphere musicNegative - Too short 79 Minutes without Credits - End was disappointing, i was hoping for a final fight - Not so <more>
much spectacular Martial Arts Jumping Backkick and that's it All in one it was a very entertaining Actioner with the Action Maestro Scott Adkins himself. Waiting for the Home Video Release in Germany. Hard Target 2 and Undisputed IV will come soon.Sorry for my unprofessional English. :
"High Voltage" director Isaac Florentine's straightforward, formulaic, B-movie melodrama "Close Ranger" qualifies as a nimble, fast-paced thriller that displays Scott Adkins' enviable martial arts skills. Our resilient hero contends against all odds, with a murderous Mexican drug cartel. Adkins served as executive producer of this predictable but exciting low-budget, nonsense brimming with stock stereotypes. Florentine and Adkins stage several adrenaline-laced shootouts, close-quarters combat encounters, and vehicle chases. Of course, you've seen all this done <more>
before, but it is carried out this time with a modicum of style. Incidentally, the indestructible Adkins hero imitates Rambo in his skillful ability to outwit his adversaries, and he shows no compunctions against killing his enemies even when they don't have guns in their fists. At the same time, Adkins' hero is anti-heroic because he is a fugitive. Nick Chinlund makes a corrupt, nasty sheriff, and Tony Perez earns out wrath as a slimy villain. Tal Lazar's dynamic cinematography is always in the right place to capture the gritty action. "Close Range" boils down to a search for a flash drive that means everything to the chief villain."Close Range" unfolds with this preface: "In ancient Japan, a soldier was called a Samurai, meaning 'the one who serves.' When the Samurai became masterless, he was called a Ronin. Some Ronin became wanders helping those in need. Others became outlaws. A few were both." The mayhem erupts in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. Colton MacReady Scott Adkins of "Expendables 2" ambles into an official building that bears the seal Poder Judicial De La Federacion. Armed with nothing more than a small knife that masquerades as a belt buckle, he kills at least ten Mexicans, stabbing them to death, and then rescues a girl, Hailey Madison Lawlor of "Brush with Danger" , who had been taken hostage but not harmed by her captors. Cartel leader Fernando Gracia Tony Perez of "Gang Related" has the underling who fled the fracas to warn him about it killed not only because he abandoned his compadres but also because he lost a flash drive on the key chain. After she escapes captivity, Hailey wants to know why they took her hostage. Colton suggests that Hailey ask her step-dad as they cruise back into Santa Cruz County, Arizona. Later, we learn from a cartel lieutenant that Hailey was their "go-between in Nogales." When Walt Reynolds Jake La Botz of "Rambo" supplied them with narcotics at his farm, one of the cartel henchmen thought the package felt light so they abducted the girl. They took the girl. Meantime, Gracia contacts the man on his payroll in Arizona, Sheriff Jasper Calloway Nick Chinlund of "Eraser" , who feels reluctant about working for Garcia. Calloway identifies Colton as Walt's wife's brother. "He was a soldier," Calloway tells Garcia, "but nobody has seen him around for a few years. He's been on the run." Garcia vows to deliver justice for the deaths of his hombres and his gang, known as The Bulletproof Cartel, races across the border in their ominous black SUVs at Nogales. No sooner has Colton brought Hailey back home to his sister, Angela Caitlin Keats of "Kiss of the Damned" , than Angela's scumbag husband arrives and rants about Colton's daredevil heroics and explains that he had the situation under control. Consequently, scenarists Chad Law and Shane Dax Taylor lay out all the narrative essentials in the first 2o minutes of this concise 85-minute epic about its hero, villains, henchmen, and their objectives. Forty-eight minutes into the action, we learn that Garcia wants the flash drive that Victor wore looped around his neck because it contains everything, names, bank accounts, stash house locations, etc. Indeed, the foolish Garcia made the mistake of putting all his private information about his drug operations on that flash drive. Calloway and his deputies arrive at Reynolds' farm, but his deputies are unable to arrest Colton. Later, when they try again, the Cartel has arrived. Garcia has shot Walt in the head at point blank range, and his henchmen have iced both ignorant deputies who didn't know that Calloway was on Garcia's payroll. Naturally, Garcia's men are no match for Colton who can out gun them, out kick them, etc. Eventually, Colton rescues Angela and Hailey and the three of them hole up in their ranch house while the Mexican lay siege to the place. No matter how many gunmen that Garcia sends into the ranch house, they cannot cut down Colton. The finale between Colton and Calloway has a touch of Sergio Leone with all its close-ups and dramatic suspense.Although it amounts to a low-budget shoot'em up saga, "Close Range" remains sufficiently invigorating to maintain attention throughout its 85 minutes. The biggest complaint is its hopeless adherence conventions. Character blast away with a hopeless number of bullets and hit their targets. The hero pours lead into a doorway when he should be firing at either side of the door where his assailants await him. The choreography of the personal combat fights is above-average. Florentine doesn't wear out his welcome, and "Close Range" is good to the last shot despite its shortcomings. Fans of the genre should be disappointed.