|Writers||Frederick Forsyth (story)
Robert T. Megginson (teleplay)
|Cast||Antonio Sabato Jr. Traci Lind Danny Quinn Richard Brooks Matthew Cox Urbano Barberini Sam Douglas Brian Protheroe Jeffry Wickham Ramon Tikaram Richard D. Sharp Noah Lee Margetts Alessandro Borgese David Israel Ted Rusoff Tom Hodgkins Robert Dawson Alessio Di Clemente Cyrus Cassells Francesco Siciliano|
|Plot||Harry Gordini is on his way to Italy for a holiday with his family. On his way he accidentally picks up the wrong suitcase which holds in it hundreds of millions worth of new superdrug. Now the drugdealers want the drugs back and kidnap Harry's wife and son. But unfortunately Harry isn't just anyone, he's an ex-Navy SEAL and veteran of the Gulf war, code named "Wolverine". He successfully rescues his wife and kid from the drugdealers, but unfortunately their problems aren't yet over. Adolfo Jones, the head of the crime organisation, is still at large, and he's being helped by couple of dirty DEA-agents. Once again the drugdealer Jones is able to kidnap his son. So everything must come down to a final showdown between the "Wolverine" and Jones...... see Code Name: Wolverine on IMDb|
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|Handsome, muscular Antonio Sabato Jr. stars as Harry Gordini, a former Navy Seal turned college professor trying to reestablish relations with his wife and son. Unfortunately, en route to a vacation in Rome, his suitcase gets crossed with an identical suitcase carrying a potent drug--which not only interferes with the business of a drug cartel, it ruins a drug bust by the Drug Enforcement Administration. The head agent, Baines (Richard Brooks), is under pressure from his superiors, and the drug dealer, Jones (Danny Quinn), is under pressure from the cartel, so everyone is after Gordini, who's blissfully wandering Rome with his family. Everyone converges on scenic Sardinia, where Jones tries to use Gordini's family to get the suitcase back, while Baines tries to use the suitcase to catch Jones. Naturally, Gordini strikes out on his own. Wolverine has the components of a run-of-the-mill action thriller but is improved by surprisingly well-drawn characters, capable dialogue, and taut and efficient storytelling. The family tensions provide a strong counterpoint to the political machinations and lean action, and implausibilities are kept to a minimum. Though Sabato isn't likely to get any nominations for his acting, his solid, dependable presence carries the movie along. --Bret Fetzer|
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