Tough-as-nails ex-con Chance Ryan (Brian Presley) vows to turn over a new leaf after serving five years in prison, but finds that he may have to sever a limb or two in order to cut his ties to the past. Deep in debt to a menacing gambler (Peter Weller) and firmly under the thumb of a corrupt, trigger-happy cop (director Ash Adams), Chance receives the motivation he needs to atone for his past sins after meeting his son for the very first time, and entering into a romance with a pretty local (Taraji P. Henson). Meanwhile, Chance's aunt (Amy Madigan) serves as the voice of reason in a crazy world, and his convict father (Ed Harris) fights to maintain his fierce reputation from behind prison walls. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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The trailer seemed like this would be a pretty decent film plus i like Ed Harris,but the movie wasn't all that good or interesting, It wasn't all that bad, but as soon as it's over you'll forget all about it.
With actors like Ed Harris, Peter Weller and Taranji Henson you should expect more than what this movie delivers. Flimsy story line, B-minus acting and a plodding pace make this movie one to miss. With Amy Madigan over-acting her part, and even a strange bit part for Sharon Gless (Cagney & Lacey) this is a confusing jumble of low-budget gibberish. At least Peter Weller's performance as an aging hipster musician was entertaining and engaging. He was the highlight of the film.