Skiptrace

Synopsis: A detective from Hong Kong teams up with an American gambler to battle against a notorious Chinese criminal.
Director(s): Renny Harlin
Production: Saban Films
 
IMDB:
5.7
Metacritic:
50
Rotten Tomatoes:
37%
PG-13
Year:
2016
107 min
Website
35 Views


That's a negative

on Victor wong,

but we got

handsome Willie.

Esmond, do you have

eyes on the house?

One lookout.

Down there on the deck.

One more on the second floor

by the windows.

Handsome Willie and company

entering the house now.

We capture Victor wong's man

in that house

with the matador's

product,

we prove Victor wong

is the matador.

Bennie, we'll get him

this time.

We are not clear yet.

Stay back.

If this goes wrong,

I'm not dragging you

down with me.

Stay put and cover me.

Okay, I'm going in.

How are we doing

on the orders?

Almost filled.

Still some waiting

on the next shipment.

- - He's almost here.

Keep packing.

Be sure everything

goes to plan.

- Hey.

Be gentle.

Mind the packing.

Go take a look.

See what's going on.

Who are you?

Take that!

We gotta go.

Esmond, get Leslie!

I'm on it.

- Stop them!

- Go, go, go!

Hong Kong reporter

is live on the scene.

Details are scarce

at the moment,

but it's believed a police

drug raid gone wrong

is responsible for the collapse

of nearly a dozen homes.

Captain tang,

i did it on my own.

Victor wong

is a respectable

businessman.

In nine years,

have you found

a shred of hard evidence

that Victor wong

is the matador?

There is no matador.

One man does not run

the Hong Kong underworld,

and even if he did,

that man is not Victor wong.

You want justice

for your partner.

I understand that.

But your obsession

with this case

has taken a toll

on you personally.

Take a month off.

You should start thinking

about retirement, bennie.

Sir.

The vory code

in Russia says,

"you mess with

someone's family,

there are grave

consequences."

Jesus Christ, dima,

you got the wrong guy.

No!

Well, I guess you're wondering

how I got here, right?

Allow me to explain.

Whoa!

He was just

a local boy

from the wrong side

of the tracks,

and she was engaged

to a war hero.

But love won out.

Even after

she got sick,

they never

regretted a thing.

Would you shut up

with that thing?

A boy shouldn't

be playing with dolls.

Yes, dad.

Anyway, my dad would go

to the hospital

and read to my mom

from her own journal

and she would remember

little moments

of their life.

They died in

each others arms.

Are you serious?

He's literally reciting

the plot to "the notebook."

- Shhh.

- Shut up.

I know it's corny.

I just always believed

in the power of love

a little more than

the regular guy.

Jeez.

Even now with the houses,

and the Porsche,

and the...

Other Porsche,

I was just always

holding out

for a true love

like that.

I'm sorry.

To answer your

first question

I'll have the chicken.

Thanks.

Oh. Sorry.

Watch where

you're going, asshole.

I'm sorry.

Purpose of your visit.

Here to see the sites,

but then again,

what's there to see

when the loveliest sight

is right here?

Welcome to Macau,

Mr. Cunningham.

Excuse me, I thought

you were supposed to have

a car here for me, right?

No, no, I'm standing

right here.

Right now I don't

see a car anywhere.

I'm in front

of the terminal.

Hey, kid, I think

this belongs to you.

That's my toy.

Thank you.

- All right.

- Take your bag, sir?

Thanks.

Look what he got tonight!

Much obliged,

everybody.

Oh, man, ain't that

the breaks, I...

That was quite

a display.

It's not everyday

you meet an American

that plays baccarat.

It's not everyday

i meet someone

who leaves me speechless.

Samantha.

I run guest services

for the casino.

The hotel would

like to offer you

a suite

for the evening,

if you are interested.

A suite?

Well, that's

a little cozier

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