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The PrinceThe film tells Paul Brennan served who has been a crime boss in New Orleans. 20 years after leaving the dark past, Paul has a peaceful life and he is a boss of a repairing car garage in Mississippi suburb. But one day, his little girl suddenly disappears. Paul is forced to return the city, look for his daughter and face the old enemy Omar - the most powerful one in the underworld but always enmity Paul because Paul killed his family. To be forced to return dangerous mafia to save his daughter and face his past always made him torment.Genre: ActionCountry: United StatesDuration: 93 minQuality: HDRelease: 2014IMDb: 4.6Keywords:
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Directors of "The Prince"Brian A Miller
Creators of "The Prince"Andre FabrizioJeremy Passmore
Critic Reviews of "The Prince"Village VoiceAugust 26, 2014
If filmmakers were put on trial for hackery, a good prosecutor might ask director Miller why The Prince contains no discernible prince but does feature a closing-credit shout-out to "Prince Yoohanhwesa."Los Angeles TimesAugust 24, 2014
Unless you're a fan of yawn-worthy shootouts and showdowns, "The Prince" is a "Taken" retread hardly indicative of any special set of skills.VarietyAugust 23, 2014
An idle Netflix user could certainly do far worse when browsing for mindless actioners. But the overall air of shrugging obligation from those both in front of and behind the camera proves contagious.New York Daily NewsAugust 22, 2014
'Taken' without any of the charisma or energy.Common Sense MediaAugust 29, 2014
The Prince is a royal dud.Blu-ray.comAugust 29, 2014
Aggressive but hopelessly thin, The Prince hopes to dazzle viewers with famous faces, which act as a rodeo clown while the rest of the picture trots out snoozy underworld and revenge clichés in a most uninspired script.The DissolveAugust 26, 2014
This isn't a passion project for anyone involved. It's a by-the-numbers affair that's landing on the right side of the ledger book. It's about mercenaries on both sides of the camera.Critical WomenAugust 22, 2014
Macho mayhem as the male version of maternal instinct. While Willis rather delicately negotiates his darker side, in a shaky balance between a slightly humanized professional psychopath seeking closure for a major grievance, and just a really rotten dude.
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