Jason Statham wants to keep a twelve year old girl ‘Safe’ in new trailer





Jason Statham is back doing what he does best, beating people up and cracking jokes, only in new film Safe, it is not just himself he has to protect, but also a young girl with bad people after her. The film is  written and directed by Boaz Yakin (Remember the Titans) and Statham is clearly the main draw. Other names appearing in the film and no doubt on the receiving end of Statham’s fist include Anson Mount, Chris Sarandon, Reggie Lee, James Hong, Robert John Burke and Danny Hoch.

Expect to see Safe in UK cinemas 2nd March 2012.

Synopsis:

A second-rate cage fighter on the mixed martial arts circuit, Luke Wright lives a numbing life of routine beatings and chump change… until the day he blows a rigged fight. Wanting to make an example of him, the Russian Mafia murders his family and banishes him from his life forever, leaving Luke to wander the streets of New York destitute, haunted by guilt, and tormented by the knowledge that he will always be watched, and anyone he develops a relationship with will also be killed.

But when he witnesses a frightened twelve-year-old Chinese girl, Mei, being pursued by the same gangsters who killed his wife, Luke impulsively jumps to action and straight into the heart of a deadly high-stakes war. Mei, he discovers, is no ordinary girl, but an orphaned math prodigy forced to work for the Triads as a “counter.” He discovers she holds in her memory a priceless numerical code that the Triads, the Russian mob and a corrupt faction of the NYPD will kill for.

Realizing he’s the only person Mei can trust, Luke tears a swath through the city’s brutal underworld to save an innocent girl’s life and perhaps even redeem his own.

(Source: Famous Monsters of Filmland)

By Matt Wavish

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A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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