They pulled his spleen out to get it
A former Soviet Union trained KGB agent resides in the United States as an assassin for the mob. His work leads to a potential divorce and less involvement in his daughter's life than he is willing to accept. The assassin decides it is time to leave his responsibilities as an assassin and to rely on his life as a business man to make ends meet; unfortunately, the mob is not prepared to let the assassin leave his job.
"That's the funny thing about fate. If you don't follow, it will drag you where it wants you to go."
Dolph Lundgren, director of The Defender, The Mechanik, Missionary Man, and Command Performance, delivers Icarus. The storyline for this picture is fairly standard for the genre. The script is nothing special and the acting is fairly mediocre. The action scenes are brilliant and reminded me of The Expendables. The cast includes Dolph Lundgren, Lindsay Maxwell, Samantha Ferris, and David Lewis.
"Everyone in investments is full of shit, fucking up the world."
My wife came across this film while flicking through the channels and decided to give it a chance based on its alternative name, Dolph Lundgren is a Killing Machine. The action scenes in this picture are first rate and definitely worth your time; however, the plot and script leave little to be desired. This is only worth watching if you are a fan of the genre.
"Life is about choices."