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Susie Abromeit as Kathy
Dolph Lundgren as Maxwell
Vinnie Jones as Vincent Camastra
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1hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by zardoz-13 6 / 10

Tolerable Potboiler about the Coke Trade

Actually, director Giorgio Serafini's actioneer "Ambushed" isn't a bad little B-movie. You've got three reasons to watch this crime melodrama: Dolph Lundgren, Vinnie Jones, and Randy Couture. Of course, Austin's screenplay is hopelessly formulaic exercise in illegal drugs, corrupt cops, and hard-as-nails criminals. Dolph is a veteran DEA agent; Vinnie is a well-dressed criminal gone AWOL from a Guy Ritchie gangster saga, and Randy is a gritty cop on the take. These guys are the main attraction of"Ambushed" and they do what they do best. They kick butt, curse profanely, and strike tough guy poses. Otherwise, Serafini has done a low-budget Guy Ritchie thriller in Los Angeles that benefits from good casting and convincing performances. The secondary leads who are really the protagonists are a pair of youngsters: Frank (Daniel Bonjour) and Eddie (Gianni Capaldi) are up-and-coming cocaine dealers that want to break into the big time. Frank knocks off a couple of coke dealers who work for menacing top thug Vincent Camastra (Vinnie Jones of "Snatch"), and dirty cop Jack Reiley (Randy Couture of "The Expendables") was in cohoots with the two drug dealers. Frank emerges as a quasi-Guy Ritchie villain and he provides momentary narration, while the double-crosses and triple-crosses in the underworld smacks of Quentin Tarantino's movies. The dialogue is serviceable and the big drug bust at the end resembles a watered down version of "True Romance." All and all, "Ambushed" is a tolerably potboiler with a robust cast, brooding atmosphere, and bang-bang action. Bonjour and Capaldi make a charismatic couple of goons.

Reviewed by diggler_inc 1 / 10

Don't see this movie if you want to see Dolph, Randy, or Vinnie

because they are hardly in it. This movie is marketed to make you think it is an action-fest with these three guys, but it is really a boring movie about 2 wannabe big shot drug dealers played by unknown actors. One looks like David Swimmer and the other looks like James Franco.

This film actually played in theaters where I live and I wasted money seeing it.

Camera-work is extremely shaky and amateurish looking. Vinnie Jones is hardly in it and the scenes with him are pointless. There is also a lot of pointless and contrived nudity, swearing, and poorly done scenes of people getting shot.

This movie is complete garbage.

Reviewed by Mischief810 7 / 10

A fun, engaging action flick.

I picked this up from the bargain bin at a local discount store. I wasn't expecting much, but boy... was I pleasantly surprised.

Dolph Lundgren, Vinnie Jones and Randy Couture all play important, but primarily supporting roles. It's the duo of Gianni Capaldi and Daniel Bonjour in their roles as up-and-coming drug traffickers who are the major focus of the plot, and the two do a more than respectable job.

They are not good guys, although Frank (played by Bonjour) seems to want to become one one day.

Much of the film is narrated by Bonjour, in a fashion similar to what Ray Liotta did in Goodfellas. You really didn't like the character of Henry Hill, and you probably won't like Frank very much, either. But in both films, the narration tends to help the audience understand why these guys are doing really bad things.

There is quite a bit of violence, foul language and nudity in Ambuhsed (aka Hard Rush). Which is pretty much what you'd be looking for in a modern action flick.

The acting is decent, the script is good, the plot is good, the score is great. The pace slows down in a few places, but they don't break anything. Don't pass this one up the next time you're rummaging through the bargain bin.

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