When an unknown vigilante begins killing high-priority terrorists from America’s Most Wanted list in Europe, a former FBI field agent is brought in by the US Ambassador to discover the identity of the assassin. Assassin’s Bullet video. —CDUniverse
Worshiped by his fans for many years Isaac Florentine has built up his excellent reputation within the movie business. At first attracting the action movie fans, Isaac moved into the mainstream with New Line’s release Undisputed II: Last man standing. The film received rave reviews not only for its groundbreaking fighting scenes but also for its complexity and dramatic qualities. The film was also a financial success and was rated #1 in the “Non Theatrical” category of the DVD renters in February 2007 (source; Video Business Online – Market Data 02/01/07 and 02/11/07). ‘Impact Magazine,’ the world’s leading publication dedicated to the Action/Martial Arts films hailed Isaac as “one of the most talented directors in the genre.” Having over ten features and over one hundred and twenty television episodes under his belt, Isaac has proven his ability to bring leadership to the set, while providing the project with his own unique artistic flair. Born in Israel to Holocaust-survivor parents… read more
While the great Undisputed 3 was "No-Bullshit" Cinema, this here is "All-Bullshit" cinema. It was more fun thinking about the film afterwards than it was actually seeing it. Florentine brings some of his formal chops to the table (although they are wasted here) and gives the film an undeniable camp-mentality with it's overlong belly dances, blank stares and twists that are none. But at the end nothing comes together.
The direct-to-video demi-auteur’s first theatrical release is one of his weakest films.