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Breakaway (1996)

Myra is a trusted courier for drug-lord Anton. When she wants to retire, Anton plans to make sure her retirement is very permanent; as in dead. While on her last drop, she learns of his ... See full summary »

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Teri Fruichantie ...
Myra (as Teri Thompson)
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Grey
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Gina
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Richard Beatty ...
Rick
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Toby
Michael Dash
Ray Dash ...
Anton
Chris DeRose ...
Carter
Merrill Eichenberger ...
Big Ike
Michael Garganese ...
Nicky
Dominic Gironda ...
Frank
Dave Graubart ...
Lou
Joe Hanlin ...
Vince
Jeff Keiser ...
Beach Walker
William Lebanz ...
Billy
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Myra is a trusted courier for drug-lord Anton. When she wants to retire, Anton plans to make sure her retirement is very permanent; as in dead. While on her last drop, she learns of his plan, and is able to abscond with a large amount of his cash to make her get-a-way worth while. Her friends Rick and Gina assist in her action packed escape. Written by Richard Jones <rjo339@swbell.net>

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Rated R for a sex scene, violence and some nudity | See all certifications »
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28 December 1996 (USA)  »

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Flucht in die Hölle  »

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Bang bang you're dead!
5 April 2001 | by See all my reviews

The plot is totally predictable, for example what do mafia bosses have swimming pools for if not to catch flying corpses during a shootout? Is America really full of abandoned warehouses where criminals can run riot with firearms? By the way where are the cops in this film, were they on strike, or did they wisely decide to keep a low profile and let the mafiosi get on with blasting each other to bits? The baddies were just too thick to be credible! But this does provide some of the few laughs in this film. The quality of the acting is hardly worth commenting on and Tonya Harding should have stuck to ice skating.


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