Recoil (1998 film)
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|Directed by||Art Camacho|
|Produced by||Richard Pepin |
|Written by||Richard Preston, Jr.|
Recoil is a 1998 action/thriller film written by Richard Preston, Jr., produced by Richard Pepin and Joseph Merhi, directed by Art Camacho and starring Gary Daniels, Gregory A. McKinney, and Robin Curtis.
When a Los Angeles Police Department officers kill a young bank robber after a brutal bank heist, the slain criminal's father, mob boss Vincent Sloan, unleashes a blood bath on the police force. One by one, Detective Ray Morgan's partners are gunned down, but when his family is murdered, Morgan has nothing left to live for - except revenge. Becoming an unstoppable one man army, Morgan goes on the ultimate hunt for justice. At the end, Morgan gets his revenge. He kills Sloan with an exploding barrel blown at Sloan's radius.
- Gary Daniels: Detective Ray Morgan
- Gregory McKinney: Detective Lucas Cassidy (as Gregory A. McKinney)
- Thomas Kopache: Captain Trent (as Tom Kopache)
- Billy Maddox: Mr. Brown
- John Sanderford: Chief Det. Arnold 'Cat' Canton
- Robin Curtis: Julie Sloan
- Kelli McCarty: Tina Morgan
- Maurice Lamont: Off. Alex Boorman
- Richard Foronjy: Vincent Sloan