City of Industry
Directed by John Irvin
City of Industry
Michael Jai White
Wanting a man dead can be reason enough to live! In the twisted maze of a city teeming with corruption, a seasoned professional is going to teach a traitorous rookie a simple lesson: There's nothing more lethal than a man with nothing left to lose. Harvey Keitel (Reservoir Dogs), Stephen Dorff (Blade) and Timothy Hutton (Q&A) turn up the heat in this edge-of-your-seat crime and revenge story that strips the mask off L.A.'s shrouded underworld and turns it inside out. In the business of armed robbery, Roy Egan (Keitel) is a master who's ready to retire. However, when his brother Lee (Hutton) proposes one last job - a slam-dunk, three-million-dollar diamond heist with his two friends - Roy can't resist coming out of retirement to cash in on a sure thing. But when one of the friends gets greedy and pulls a deadly double-cross, the stage is set for a pulse-pounding game of cat and mouse as Roy relentlessly tracks him down, hell-bent on revenge. Action veteran John Irvin (Raw Deal, Next of Kin) directed this engrossing thriller, featuring a wonderful cast that includes Famke Janssen (X-Men trilogy), Wade Dominguez (Dangerous Minds), Michael Jai White (Spawn) and Lucy Liu (Kill Bill: Vol. 1).
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