Connors' War (Video 2006)

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Connors’ War: Directed by Nick Castle. With Anthony ‘Treach’ Criss, Nia Peeples, Blu Mankuma, Tom Heaton. A blinded ex special agent is given his sight back by a special serum in order for him to stop a nuke that’s hidden somewhere in the city. Things are just starting to complicate.

“u0026quot;Connorsu0026#39; Waru0026quot; is a decent, if flawed action movie. Treach plays the title character who is blinded on a mission. He is recruited for u0026quot;one last jobu0026quot; by his mentor, Brooks (Blu Mankuma). Connorsu0026#39; mission is to steal a secret serum. As usual, there is a double-cross, and Connors has to fight to stay alive.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe best thing about the movie is Treachu0026#39;s performance. He does a really good job playing blind. You feel for him. But when he spouts out words like u0026quot;O.G. Killer Dawgu0026quot;, some of it is lost though. Nia Peeples is okay as the doctor who helps Connors, but her character doesnu0026#39;t do much. Blu Mankuma goes through the motions as Brooks.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOne major problem is that thereu0026#39;s not a lot of action here. Thereu0026#39;s a gunfight at the beginning and end of the movie and the rest is exposition. As far as u0026quot;Treachu0026quot;-ery is concerned, u0026quot;Love and A Bulletu0026quot; is a little bit better.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eBut overall, u0026quot;Connorsu0026#39; Waru0026quot; is worth watching for Treach.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eFor more insanity, please visit:”


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