This film is grossly formulaic with bad acting. It has the lame soundtrack and writing of a Lifetime film. Jake (Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin) is home on 2 weeks leave in the small town of Bridgetown, Washington. He stays with his two sisters, doesn't approve of their boyfriends and has a hard time controlling himself to the dismay of family and friends. For a Marine, he needs a haircut.
Meanwhile, Jonah Pope (Neal McDonough) is a bad guy who has a grudge against the system. Being raked over by the stock market, banks, and health insurance companies, Jonah devises a plan of revenge in the city of Seattle. During an arms deal, Jake's sister Lily (Ashley Bell) and her "not a loser" boyfriend (Jeffrey Ballard) get taken as hostages as they witness a crime.
The FBI is apparently helpless to save the hostages and the city of Seattle, only a Marine can do that.
The script was written very badly. I can't fault the actors for trying. The political speech made by Jonah was unbelievably phony. This is for fans of the combination of Steven Seagal, Marines, anarchists, and after school specials.
Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.
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