Fast Getaway II (1994)

Director
Oley Sassone

Main cast
Corey Haim; Leo Rossi; Cynthia Rothrock; Wally Bujack; Phillip Connery

Genres
Adventure, Action, Thriller

Description
A former robber (whose partner was his father) has reformed and is now running an insurance business with his girlfriend. An ex-partner frames him for a burglary. When his father gets out of prison, they go after the ex-partner.


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