An outrageous crime – action – comedy examining corruption and greed in Lithuanian politics.
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Bobby Earl is facing the electric chair for the murder of a young girl. Eight years after the crime he calls in Paul Armstrong, a professor of law, to help prove his innocence. Armstrong quickly uncovers some overlooked evidence to present to the local police, but they aren’t interested – Bobby was their killer.
Brothers, Sean and Tommy Donnelly live and work in modern day Texas. Tommy has always been troubled and Sean has always been there to help him but when Tommy gets himself $6,000 in debt there’s not much Sean can do. The money is owed to some very dangerous people and neither Sean nor Tommy has a spare dime. Worse, at every turn, Tommy manages to find a way to exacerbate their already difficult position. The situation escalates to the point where Sean is faced with a decision: stand by his brother or give up on him once and for all.
The lone survivor of a serial killer’s attack tries to cope with the death of her friends and her mutilation at the hands of the maniac – but she fears the trauma has awakened a dark side within her as she slowly becomes something possibly even worse than the man who scarred her forever.
Forced to give up her daughter for adoption when she’s underage, a woman is thrilled to welcome her back into her life as an adult. She discovers her daughter is a sociopath who has murderous tendencies and poses a danger to everyone.
Eva, a judge with a great future, has spent years exclusively dedicated to her profession. She believes strongly in justice and is not willing to make concessions, wherever they come from. One day she has to instruct the murder of a stripper. And there is a witness in the case, the victim’s boyfriend, Rocco, a caring and friendly gigolo who is willing to help. In return, Eve will have to give some clues of her own identity.
Hotshot gambler Jake Green (Jason Statham) is long on bravado and seriously short of common sense. Rarely is he allowed in any casino because he’s a bona fide winner and, in fact, has taken so much money over the years that he’s the sole client of his accountant elder brother, Billy. Invited to a private game, Jake is in fear of losing his life.