Connor Connolly, a parole officer, kills a drug syndicate member while he is protecting Joaquin, his parolee. Now Connor has to pay for what he did to Tyrone Pettis, the local gang leader of this drug syndicate. Tyrone forces Connor to pay a $2 million dollars settlement for the life he took and to get back Candace, his pregnant wife. The only option left for Connor is asking his old military crew to help him getting the money and getting his wife back.
Parents need to know that A Day to Die is a dull, poorly made Bruce Willis action movie (and not the first to co-star Frank Grillo). It's quite violent, with lots of guns and shooting, blood spurts, deaths, innocent victims, grenades, rocket launchers, explosions, hostages, punching, fighting, kicking, and hitting with blunt objects. A pregnant woman is kidnapped; she tries to escape, but she's tripped and held down on the floor. A scene shows other women in revealing outfits lap dancing and twerking, as well as briefly topless. Extremely strong, constant language includes "f--k," "motherf----r," "s--t," the "N" word, and more. Drug dealers are part of the plot, a character shoots heroin, and packages of drugs are shown; there's also some casual drinking and cigarette smoking.
Original title: A Day to Die
Running time: 105 min.
Country: United States
Director: Wes Miller
Screenwriter: Rab Berry, Scott Mallace
Music: Paul Koch
Cinematography: Michael Brouphy
Cast: Bruce Willis, Frank Grillo, Kevin Dillon, Gianni Capaldi, Leon, Johnny Messner, Vernon Davis, Brooke Butler, Alexander Kane, Mohamed Karim, Cheryl Prater
Producer: Spite the Movie, Future Proof Films.
Distributor: Vertical Entertainment