James Coates, the leader of law enforcement agents in Seattle, is considered one of the best in the Northwest. Soon Coates and his agents are pitted against an enemy that is able to match his cunning and skill. The mystery man kills a friend of Coates and kidnaps the friend's family, leaving notes along the way and in the wake of the murders. When Coates and the agents get their man, Kirill Ivanov. Ivanov, an Eastern European gangster, assassin, and serial killer, escapes when gangsters attack the agents to free him. But they have information that a massive crime war ...
What if Assassination Games was set in the United States instead of Eastern Europe, despite the movie have the asthetic feeling in an Eastern European setting
Jordan Xavier, a man who is worth more than gold to the local crime lords but can be paid in blood, is targeted by them and they have sent assassins after Xavier. Local FBI agents have sent a security taskforce to protect Xavier's family and friends. The bounty for Xavier, $5 million. For his family and friends, $5,000 extra dollars. When the assassins cross paths and realize that they are going after the same targets they try take out each other.
A former preacher who lost everything to a dark gang five years ago dies when he is consumed by ghosts and agony of his past. But soon God brings him back to life while the rest of the world thinks he's dead. Only those who have suffered greatly, those who do evil, and holy men can see him. He lives in the shadows to hunt down evil men and dark creatures. But there are those who will wish to help him and those who wish to kill him.
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