Wolverine, a dad with attitude
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Antonio Sabato plays ex Navy Seal Harry Gordini, on vacation in Italy with his sexy wife and 10 year old son, has the bad luck of getting the wrong suitcase: one filled with drugs. He discovers this two days into his vacation while staying in an isolated (and picturesque) seaside villa. He dutifully turns the drug-infested suitcase in the the US Embassy but by now the drug dealers are on his trail. They kidnap his family and Antonio goes into action mode, getting them back. Of course, there's complications, double cross and plenty of gunplay. Movie cooks right along with Antonio doing what you wish you could do to those who dissed you. Ending's a bit of a letdown."
Edwin A. Sharrow | Los Angeles, CA USA | 09/02/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Antonio Sabato, Jr., the white briefs poster boy before Mark Wahlberg, stars as the unwilling action hero. Traveling to Italy with his estranged wife and son, Harry doesn't realize his luggage was switched with a drug shipment at the airport. Soon the DEA and the drug lord locate the family at their vacation villa. Unfortunately for Harry, the only good guy appears to be himself and he must take his family's protection into his own hands.Ho. Hum."
Great movie, please list it right
Donnie Pace | fort payne, ala | 02/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"this was a great movie i am a huge antonio fan. i recently found a hard to find movie called "testosterone" i was very shocked to see him play such a different but great role. i am happy to see that some actors are not afraid to play such type casted roles. i would like everyone to know that there is no word codename in the title wolverine. they may mention it in the movie but it is not listed on the dvd itself. i am only mentioning it because i recently purchased the same title twice as far as i know there are only 2 movies wolverine and the sequal."