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Boydguard Michael Bryce (Ryan Reynolds) was once a Triple A-rated executive protection agent, but his credibility took a dive when he lost a client to a sniper. He's coerced by his ex-girlfriend, an Interpol agent, to take on a new client when her team fails at the task. Michael has to deliver the world's most wanted hitman, Darius Kincaid (Samuel L. Jackson), to the International Court of Justice in The Hague to testify against a cruel dictator (Gary Oldman).
There's one major problem — the two quickly realize they can't stand each other. Darius doesn't listen to a word Michael says, which puts them both in danger. But they have to learn to put their differences aside, because they have just 24 hours to get to The Netherland in one piece, or the case is thrown out of court.
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Brothers Jimmy (Channing Tatum) and Clyde (Adam Driver) are struggling to make ends meet. Jimmy has just been fired from his job as a coal miner, while Clyde is a bartender with only one arm. Jimmy decides, along with Clyde and their hairdresser sister Mellie (Riley Keough), to rob the Charlotte Motor Speedway — because Jimmy knows how they move their money — through an underground passage.
However, they realize they can't pull this off on their own, so they recruit volatile demolition expert Joe Bang (Daniel Craig), who they first have to break out of prison. A scheduling mixup forces them to execute the elaborate heist during the most popular NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 race of the year in Charlotte. Things get even more complicated when an FBI agent (Hilary Swank) begins investigating the case.
In Brooklyn, NYC, mob boss Gianluca Moretti (Giancarlo Giannini) is the Godfather. His family has been in charge of the Neighborhood for four generations. He keeps a steady supply of pure Sicilian Heroin available for those who can pay for it.
Angelo Donatello (Frank D'Angelo) is the leader of a small-time group of criminals who've been committing minor crimes since they were kids — from stealing church donations as youngsters to the modern day, when they're stealing truckloads of Louis Remy Cognac.
Moretti asks Donatello to join his ranks, but Angelo wants nothing to do with the mob. He's happy to be the big fish in a small pond and wants to keep his hands out of the drug trade. When one of his guys gets involved in the Don's heroin, Angelo tries to clean up the mess, but it's the start of a rough and dangerous time for all involved.
Canadian Connection: Filmed in Hamilton, Ontario. Director/star/producer/composer Frank D'Angelo and actress Margot Kidder are Canadian.
Starring: Giancarlo Giannini, Danny Aiello, Franco Nero, Armand Assante, Burt Young, John Savage, John Ashton, Daniel Baldwin, Michael Paré, Frank D'Angelo, Margot Kidder, Leslie EasterbrookNow playing at:
This once-in-a-lifetime tribute to the career of the legendary Stan Lee, who created characters such as Spider-Man, the X-Men and Doctor Strange, is broadcast live via satellite in HD from the Saban Theatre in Los Angeles on August 22, 2017 only.
The general public will have the opportunity to celebrate and take a look back at the Marvel Comics legend's life and storied career. Hosted by Chris Hardwick, the approximately 90-minute theatrical screening of this event will take a nostalgic look at the life of this icon, similar in sentiment to "This is Your Life," encompassing events from different periods of Stan Lee's life from growing up in Brooklyn to his first job, and finally, his present day success.
Celebrity guests include Channing Tatum, Zoe Saldana, Tom Bergeron, Michael Rooker, major comic book artist Todd McFarlane, and many more to give thanks through retrospective segments that will bring to light how Mr. Lee has influenced and inspired countless lives and creative endeavors. The show will also feature never-before-seen personal photos and home videos on large screens, and other multimedia experiences throughout. Audience members will have the opportunity to join in the experience with the 1,800 attendees in Los Angeles by tweeting live questions to Stan himself.