Falcon Rising

Synopsis: FAVELA, the first installment in the CODENAME: FALCON franchise, introduces former marine John "Falcon" Chapman, a dark anti-hero driven by guilt and suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, who will destroy himself unless given something else to destroy - a useful weapon-of-last-resort for the U.S. State Department. When Chapman's sister is brutally attacked while on assignment in Brazil, Chapman flies into Sao Paulo to track down her assailants, quickly entering the city's seedy underbelly and discovering a world of drugs, the sex trade, corrupt cops, and organized crime syndicates battling for control.
Genre: Action, Adventure
Director(s): Ernie Barbarash
Production: Freestyle Releasing
Rotten Tomatoes:
103 min


Canter, Connelly, Franklin,

Johnson, Kim, Matthews,

Rodriguez, Flanagan, Devany,

Rauls, Rickson, Samuels,

Simmons, Williams.

It's not your week, Johnny.

Nope, not your week.

John. How's life?

Same sh*t, different pile.

Everybody down!

On the ground, now!

Get the hell down!

Hands where I can see 'em!

Open the register!

What's the matter, you deaf?


I said, "get down."

You know if you shoot me in the stomach,

my chances of surviving go up, right?

Let me help you out.

How 'bout a hole in the chest?

Oh, yeah, yeah. You're right,

you're right. Effective but unsatisfying.

I'll tell you what. Ha.

The brain stem.

Shoot him!

What? Not your style?

I know, I know.

You're right, you're right.

First thing I do, severed brainstem,

you sh*t your pants.

You too classy for that.

I got it, I got it.

My favorite.

Classic, but with enough splatter

to let 'em know you mean business.

You f***in' crazy.

Hey, no, no, no.

I'm crazy and impatient.

Come on, come on. Come on, come on.

- Come on!

- Shoot him!

Don't make me do this myself.

Send me home!

- I don't...

- Shoot me! Shoot me!


You either shoot me,

or stop wastin' my time.

Keep the change.


Ha! Ha!

I'm not here. Go away.

- Cindy...

- Save it.

Did I not call you last week,

and tell you I was comin'?


Did I also not email you,

just yesterday,

and remind you that I was comin'?

Yeah, a-and...



I got nothin'.

Look, Cindy, I-I'm sorry.

I don't know what happened.

I know what happened.

Look, Cindy, I'm sorry I forgot

to pick you up from the airport.

Well, if you hadn't have forgotten,

how would I know for sure

that you're my brother?

I'm sorry.

Remember that Jamaican restaurant

we went to with that fish?

Oh, yeah. Coley's, I think it was.

Man, that was so good.

No, no, I had enough

to drink at the wedding.

How was that?

You know me, always a bridesmaid.

Well, that's not gonna change 'cause you

already married to this darn notebook.

You startin' to look alike.

Give me that.

You know my life's in this book.

That's the problem.

You okay?

I'm fine.

I'm fine.

Are you taking your medicine?

Let me see that.

Come on.


Really, John?

Look, look, my prescription ran out,

and I don't like takin'

those things anyway.

It make my head all swimmy.

Besides, you're always complainin' about

the sh*t that comes outta my mouth,

at least now it's minty fresh.

Nice necklace. Who got you that?

Some jerk, brother.

So tell me, how are the,

slums of Brazil treatin' you?

They're fine.

I'm flying back tomorrow.

And favelas aren't slums, John.

There's a lot of culture there.

Oh, cultural slums. That-that makes

it better, but they're still dangerous.

I regret gettin' you involved

in this in the first place.

I'm fine.

You sure about that?


I'm just tired, you know.

Jet lag.

Take care of yourself, Johnny.


We'll never win them

over wearing that.

I won't win them over,

but I won't keel over.

Katarina! Katarina!


She's alive. Call an ambulance, now!

- Mornin', boys.

- Sir.

Betty, honey? Coffee please.

Detectives Santo and Bororo from

Rio police are here to see you.

- Okay. Send them in.

- Got it.

- Yeah.

- Good morning, Vice-Consul.

Detective Thiago Santo,

Rio de Janeiro police.

And this is my partner, Carlo Bororo.

- Please, have a seat.

- Oh, thank you.

So, Detective Thiago,

to what do I owe the pleasure?

Bad news, I'm afraid.

One of yours.

Apparently, she was doing social work

for an American non-profit

in the favelas.

You know her.

Is she...

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