Bail Enforcers (2011)





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A gang of hard-luck bounty-hunters nab an informant worth $100,000, but become the target of trigger-happy assassins after refusing to hand him over to a powerful mob boss for a million dollars.
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Black Fawn Films


Boomer Phillips
as Chase Thomson
Trish Stratus
as Jules, Jules Taylor
Enrico DiFede
as Mario Antonio
Christian Bako
as Francis
Richard Ha
as Deacon
Joseph Rafla
as Hal Lambino
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12/27/2012: Trish is super hot, but this is a bad movie with horrible dialogue and acting that needs work.

Russ Bast
Russ Bast

Mix WWE Diva with a low budget movie and out pops Patrick McBrearty's Bounty Hunters.

Carrying an extremely straight forward plot and a story that spans a single night of bounties, it comes as no surprise that this film's run-time is a mere 70+ minutes. For what it's worth, the story is fitting for a picture where all the major characters are bounty hunters and criminals.

Ultimately, it comes down to the action, which there is enough of. The choreography is decent. Decent to the point so as to not produce any memorable masterpieces, but more stylized brawls with some stratusfaction thrown in.

Trish stratus does what she does best and that is dishing out the punishment, as well as taking some herself. The schoolgirl outfit is also a plus. The acting on the other hand isn't so hot. Boomer Phillips is the comic relief guy, but he only shines during the outtakes. The rest of the cast suffer from mediocre dialogue and line delivery.

Despite Trish Stratus and her knack for violence, Bounty Hunters still comes up short. Too bad.

JY Skacto
JY Skacto

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