Precious Cargo :- Watch Precious Cargo on Youtube on Fire, The final scenes of “Precious Cargo” include a character quoting the immortal final line from “Casablanca” and a close-up shot of a pile of dog excrement. Without giving too much away, let me just say one of them does a far better job of summing up the film than the other. For those of you who came away from last week’s action misfire “Criminal” thinking it could have been blander, stupider and more perfunctory, “Precious Cargo” will seem like the answer to your prayers. But for everyone else, it is nothing more than just another VOD craptacular whose only real positive aspect is its utter forgettability you will be hard-pressed to remember anything about it even only a few minutes after watching it, which should come as a relief to everyone involved with its production. As the film opens, treacherous thief Karen (Claire Forlani) attempts to pull off a multi-million dollar caper that crime boss Eddie (Bruce Willis) has been planning for a while. When it goes sideways, he promises to kill her unless she makes good for the full amount of the heist. With nowhere left to turn, she shows up on the doorstep of Jack (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), an ex-lover and fellow criminal albeit the likable kind who has his own loyal crew that he trades droll bon mots with after shooting people in the face when their deals go gunny and a sweet veterinarian girlfriend (Lydia Hull) who is unaware of his real job with Eddie’s goons in hot pursuit.
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Release: 22 April 2016 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 4.5/10
Director: Max Adams
Stars: Bruce Willis, Claire Forlani, Mark-Paul Gosselaar