|Genre:||Recent Releases, Action, Last Chance|
|Run Time:||90 minutes|
|Year of Release:||2012|
|Consumer Advice:||Strong Violence|
|Distributor:||Icon Film Distribution Pty Limited|
Action superstar Jason Statham stars as Luke Wright, an ex-cop turned washed-up cage fighter, who saves a young Chinese girl (Mei) from Russian mobsters. A maths prodigy brought to New York by triads, Mei has memorised the combination to a safe containing thirty million dollars. Hunted by the Chinese triad, Russian mafia and corrupt cops, it's up to Luke to keep her Safe. Starring Jason Statham (Transporter, Expendables), this is a high-octane action thriller from the director of Remember the Titans.
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