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A cop schemes a heist to infiltrate a prison and take down a Russian mob boss.


Why watch this film?

"Riot," directed by John Lyde, is a high-octane action movie that will have you on the edge of your seat. The film follows cop Jack Stone, who robs a Russian mob bank and ends up in the same prison as the mob boss who killed Jack's wife. In prison, Jack must fight to survive, and he gets help from an unlikely ally, an inmate, and a reporter. The movie is filled with intense fight scenes that will leave you breathless. The film's plot is straightforward, but the action sequences are well-choreographed and entertaining. The cast delivers solid performances, and the chemistry between the characters is palpable. The movie's pacing is brisk, and it never lingers too long on any one scene. While "Riot" may not be the most original action movie out there, it's a fun and exciting ride that will satisfy fans of the genre. Overall, John Lyde's "Riot" is a solid entry in the action movie canon that is well worth your time.



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Plot summary

With Dolph Lundgren. A policeman orchestrates a robbery to be put in the same prison where a famous Russian criminal is being held. The mafia chief commands the crimes from inside the prison, but the days of that empire are in the end.

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