More often than not, they look like filler to compensate for whenever the narrative flags (which is regularly). Like many big-screen men of action who have come before him, lead actor/stuntman Nick Principe seems to believe that whatever he lacks in the acting department, he makes up for in stature. In fact, by sporting a noticeable paunch and coming across like a lumbering mumblecore Hulk Hogan, he proves that he simply hasn't got what it takes to be a commanding screen presence. The film ends up being notable only for the intriguing found locations which give it a flicker of character, and the blink-and-miss-it appearance of long-time AWOL, and former Greg Araki player, James Duval. The production clearly didn't have much in the way of money, and while a shout out must go to the art department for fitting the villain's henchmen with sprayed black toy Iron Man (2008) movie masks, scant trace of imagination or originality has come out of those budgetary shortcomings.
Adam Lowes | @adlow76