10-Movie Action Pack, Vol. 9 [2 Discs] [DVD]

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When a famous artist agrees to visit a wildlife preserve in Africa to draw attention to the illegal hunting of elephants, she finds herself involved in a personal war between two old rivals--an elephant poacher and a park ranger who has fallen in love with her. This suspenseful drama was filmed in Zimbabwe. ~ Kristie Hassen, Rovi

Running Delilah
A recently deceased lady spy is outfitted with robotic body parts and is revived to become a super secret agent in this made-for-television sci-fi thriller. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Don't worry: former porn queen Traci Lords was "of age" when she starred in Ice. Lords and Phillip Troy play a husband-and-wife team of thieves who steal a fortune in diamonds. Problem is, they've stolen it from a mob kingpin. Before the film's halfway point, Lords is going it alone, running helter-skelter across the country from the mob boss' gunmen with the "ice" in tow. Inasmuch as this is a chase film, it's altogether appropriate that the screenwriter of Ice is one Sean Dash. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Two street warriors come to understand that not every battle is fought for money or power in this gritty urban action thriller featuring Jason Barry, Russell Wong, and "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. When street gangs clash with the local police in a series of bloody battles, neighborhood friends Raymond and Gabriel are forced to choose sides. In the ensuing brutality, Raymond is plunged into the cold confines of prison as Gabriel is forced to fight a vicious war on foreign soil. Later, when Raymond and Gabriel arrive back in their old neighborhood, the two soldiers put their survival skills to the ultimate test as they struggle to maintain their honor in a city where life is cheap and death comes fast. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

The Reluctant Heroes
In this war drama, things are looking quite hopeless for a besieged regiment under enemy attack. It is their commanders knowledge of history that ultimately saves them. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Colin Hanks, Eric Balfour, and Lauren German star in director Ariel Vromen's romantic thriller concerning three friends who become trapped on the wrong side of the border after traveling to Mexico on a wild road trip. When it begins to look as if they may never set foot on American soil again, the three desperate souls cut a dangerous deal with a powerful drug cartel to smuggle them back into the U.S. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Silver Hawk
Hong Kong action star Michelle Yeoh serves as both producer and leading lady for this bit of slam-bang adventure. By day, Lulu Wong (Yeoh) is a mild-mannered environmental activist, but when the going gets tough, she transforms herself into Silver Hawk, a battle-ready heroine who finds herself chasing after Alexander Wolfe (Luke Goss), a suave British rogue agent. Wolfe has abducted a brilliant Chinese scientist (Chen Daming) who has invented a new artificial intelligence technology that could have dramatic worldwide impact; Silver Hawk sets out to find Wolfe and his captive before he forces him to reveal his secrets, but matters become more complicated when the daughter of a powerful industrial tycoon also goes missing. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Snake-Crane Secret
A family struggles to survive as they attempt to keep their sacred kung fu book from falling into wrong hands in this fast paced martial arts classic from director Wu Ma. As deceit and mistrust slowly begin to divide the family, deadly outside forces attempt to uncover the age-old secret of the Snake Crane style and use it for destructive purposes. Will the secrets of Snake Crane style provide the family with the strength to defeat those who wish to harness its power for evil or will the their dedication crumble in the face of unparalleled adversity? ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

The Legend of Red Dragon
An elusive killer with a particularly sharp sword is decimating the ranks of the Kurosawa kai crime family, leaving a key officer with the responsibility of catching the culprit lest he become the last man standing. In Osaka, the streets run red with the blood of the Kurosawa kai. The police say that the killer uses a sword to slice his victims in half, and that the murders are no doubt the work of a true professional. Aramaki is an officer in the Kurosawa kai family. He's determined to bring the killer to justice, but the victims are piling up faster than the clues. When suspicions lead Aramaki to believe that the killer is a "sekiryu" (the red dragon), one woman attempts to let the truth be known before it's too late. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave
Not only is the teeming metropolis of Isola in the grips of its worst heat wave in history, but the city is also in the thrall of a serial rapist who is targeting his previous victims. Hoping to stop the predator in his tracks, police detective Eileen Burke (Erika Eleniak) goes undercover, posing as one of those prior victims -- only to be raped for real by the elusive assailant. Thus does the search for the perpetrator become a personal mission, especially for Eileen's detective boyfriend, Bert Kling (Paul Johansson). Along the way, the media's culpability in making celebrities out of scumbag criminals is carefully scrutinized, dissected, and condemned. Inspired by Evan Hunter's popular "87th Precinct" novels (written under Hunter's nom de plume , Ed McBain), this made-for-TV thriller features most of Hunter's familiar recurring characters, among them detectives Meyer Meyer (Paul Ben-Victor) and Steve Carella (Dale Midkiff), as well as Carella's deaf-mute wife, Teddy (Andrea Ferrell). Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave made its ABC network bow on January 12, 1997. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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