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USA 2019
produced by
Xavier Gerard, Chloe Tokuno, Jessica FeeJames Marlowe (executive) for Capital F Productions, The Marlowe-Pugnetti Company
directed by Casey de Fremery
starring Gary Nohealii, Erik Jorn Sundquist, Liz Clare, Cole Panther, Michael Uimari, Lissa Keigwin, Johnny Gilligan, Jeremy Jones, Patrick Kaufmann, Dixon Phillips, Kevin Lyle, Carl Schreiber, Derek Adams, Derek Gomez, Morgan Finley King, Kelly Lou Dennis, David Ojakian, Alberto Escalante, Kristi Swensson, Mike Guerra, Angela Noriega, Pete O'Leary, Peter Alves, Daniel Valent, Nick Mahar, Jeremy Koerner, Dawayne Jordan, Melissa Gogo Love, Evan Rosales
written by Casey de Fremery, music by Nick DePinna

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Joel (Gary Nohealii) is one of crime kingpin Frank's (Michael Uimari) top hitmen, so it's of little surprise that he's chosen to take out a cop, Mitchell (Cole Panther), who's investigating them. Joel isn't happy about this, as shooting a cop is never good business, and ultimately he doesn't kill Mitchell as the cop shows him some evidence that Frank at times plays dirty with him. But keeping Mitchell alive makes Frank think Joel's a mole, so he sends over some of his men led by Frank's own son and Joel's best friend Eric (Erik Jorn Sundquist) to take out Joel - which ends in a shoot-out that results in some of Frank's men being killed and Eric taking Joel's wife Sabrina (Liz Clare) captive. And as tough a killer as he might be, Joel's madly in love with his wife, so he has to think of a way to save her. In the meantime though, Frank has put a price on Joel's head, which means every crackhead and wannabe killer wants to take him out, and thus Joel might have to turn to Mitchell for assistance. That all said, other than being a captive, Sabrina might also have personal stakes in the game Joel is unaware of ...


True, on a purely objective level, the story of this movie isn't always easy to follow, as it seems everybody here is betraying somebody, while everybody's stakes in the story seem to be shifting repeatedly - which of course adds a layer of realism to the story but also makes it a tad convoluted. But actually, this web of intrigue that's hard to follow is really part of the film's charm, and trying to entangle it adds to the viewing experience, which is further heightened by a not always linear narration. But even besides all that, there's hardly a dull moment in War Path, there's action and excitement aplenty, and it's sure a film that keeps you guessing till the end, and in a very entertaining way, too.


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