Jump Out Boys

Jump Out Boys

Set in post hurricane New Orleans. A brutal Mexican drug lord (Armando LeDuc) busts out of jail to retrieve the $15 million that his girlfriend is hiding. But detective Raymond (Kris Kristofferson) and McCoy (Sheldon Robbins) will try their best to put him back to where he belongs.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:83 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   gunfight,   beating,  

Set in post hurricane New Orleans. A brutal Mexican drug lord busts out of jail to retrieve the $15 million that his girlfriend is hiding. Can he find the girl and the cash before the cops ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Canem C (de) wrote: a very pure, touching, sad movie about family, bonds, love, care, responsibility...so natural, so simple, yet so beautiful...

Sachiko N (gb) wrote: I enjoyed very much. This is so amusing story! Like " LOCK, STOCK AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS" But more funny!

Cysko H (fr) wrote: This movie is great. A bit of Shakespeare, Frenchyness, cold Chicago winter, and a bunch of people running around being stupid for love. What's not to like? And made me wonder where did josh hartnett go?

Juuso R (au) wrote: Todella kkk ylinyttely ja lyttmi hahmoja. Elokuvaan oli mys tungettu ihan turhaan paljon ns. ylimrisi tehosteita tms. Kirsten Dunst oli kuitenkin loistava ja Ben Fosterin sek Colin Hanksin mys hyvi.

Bill B (it) wrote: Released from prison, a couple starts indulging their cannibalistic urges once again, and there's hints that their children may also suffer from the family curse. Watchable, but Jesus Christ the older female lead looks like Jonathan Winters in drag, which is amazingly distracting.Rental?

Adam L (au) wrote: Lending to the early careers of Jackie Chan, Tsui Hark, and Hwang Jang-lee the mid-'80s found influential producer Ng See-yuen momentarily setting his sights on the American market via the trend-setting martial arts family drama "The Karate Kid" (1984), which proved that white boys could fight (under the tutelage of seasoned Asian martial artists).Devoid of everything that made its inspiration work "No Retreat, No Surrender" might have faded into oblivion had this domestically made/foreign assembled knock-off not used a number of stereotypes (ranging from the silly to the downright offensive) that it's worth seeing at least once as a history lesson that may produce more than just a little nervous laughter. Bruceploitation actor Tong Lung (credited by his given Korean name Kim Tai Chong) is Sifu or rather Sensei Lee -- see what we mean? -- one last time and then-unknown Belgian martial artist Jean-Claude Van Damme is the white boy's laconic mean-spirited Russian adversary.

Jeff S (fr) wrote: Other than overtly preaching Christian principles which could be off-putting itself, the story itself is amazing and it's hard not to tear up at the end.