Hard To Kill

Synopsis: Following up on a lead, L.A. Detective Mason Storm gathers evidence against the Mob and its political supporters but unfortunately, he is being monitored secretly, and when his cover gets blown, he will be home invaded and left for dead. Seven years later, Storm unexpectedly recovers from his deep coma only to realise that he needs to finish what he started and finally get even. In the end, now that Storm is unstoppable, no one will deny him of his rightful and devastatingly violent retribution. Who can be a match for a dead man's fury?
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Bruce Malmuth
Production: Warner Home Video
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

Come on. Let's go, guys.

I'm missing the Oscars.

Hey, Calabrese, nice to see you again.

- This is the friend I told you about.

- Good to meet you.


...I know you.

Who are these other mystery guests?

Murder is a very serious

business, my friend.

And an expensive one.

You'll be very well compensated,

Mr. Calabrese.

Money now, and a lot more

when I get in that office.

You can take that to the bank.

Slowly. Slowly.

And always with caution.

Listen to me! I want you to turn

Senator Caldwell into a memory.

I'm not waiting for him

to die of natural causes.

All I'm counseling is a little patience.

The man is public.

He's in the papers every day.

Next time I read about him,

I want it in the obituaries.

Who are you?

Get out of the shadows.

Enough bullshit.

Can you do the job or not?

If you can't...

We'll do it.

Gentlemen, enough bickering.

This is business.

We understand each other.

Then let's just stick to business.

It's a light plane.

A Lear P-61.

We want it to take off,

but we don't want it to land.

You told me this dock was clean.

Mikey! Quit playing

with yourself back there.

Get that bastard!

I don't want him to get an hour older!

He won't, Mr. Assemblyman.

No kidding.

- And the winner is...

- Ben Kingsley for "Gandhi!"

Amigo, are you deaf?

Storm on three.

Line 3.

Throwing away dimes now?

This doesn't go out.

For your ears only.



I got his ass on film.

You're full of sh*t.

Him and his pet cockroach, Valerio.

On film and audio, laying out a hit.

Two guys I couldn't make out,

but I think they'll come up on the film.

I think this is the big one.

Our own little Academy Award.

It's good. Ready?

- Shoot.

- Listen, Carlito.

Nobody but us knows about this.

- How you doing tonight?

- What can I do for you?

Got champagne?

Right next to the caviar.

- That was funny.

- Great.

In the big cooler in back.

How come you're not watching

the Oscars tonight?

I hate the Oscars.

You're not having a good time?

Who needs the goddamn movies?

I got a show in here every night.

I got horror, sex...

...freaks, violence.

And I don't have to pay no 4 bucks.

You should film it.

Get your own show.

l'll be great in a porno.

Better dial 911.

You don't want to call 911.

Holy sh*t!

You remember me, viejo?

You remember.

He grew some hair

since we last seen him.

Where's the rug?

You know what I want.

Go ahead!


Take my life savings.

Where's a cop when you need one?

They're out eating doughnuts.

I got half a mind to bash your...

Now you only got half a mind.

Let's go, hero!

That's it, right here.

What are you grinning at?

You know...

...there's only four of you guys...

...and you only have

one shot left in here.

Go low, man!

Get the maricon, man!

Get off the floor!

Get him!

l'll cut your heart out!

Yeah? Come and cut my heart out!

Come and cut my heart out.

Come on, punk.

I know what you're thinking.

Mine's bigger than yours.

It's not fair.

l'll throw it away.

What if I show you

what it's like to be a victim?

- Come on.

- You're f***ing dead, man!

It's still not fair.

Okay, l'll get down on my knees.


Come on.

Looks like you won the Oscar, Storm.

You'll be very well compensated,

Mr. Calabrese.

And there's more

when I get in that office.

You can take that to the bank.

I know that voice.

Is that you, honey?

Yeah, baby.

In the flesh.

What are you doing?

Come on.

I'm raiding the icebox.

I gave up my diet for Lent.


Does that put you in the mood?

Think this could do it?

I had to bribe him to go to bed

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