*Review* Rene Perez Brings Us ‘The Insurrection’


The Insurrection (2020)

Directed By: Rene Perez

Starring: Michael Pare, Wilma Elles, Keely Dervin & Jeanine Harrington

Synopsis: A CEO (Wilma Elles) from the world’s largest telecommunications company is about to expose secrets of how the left wing media uses movies to control the masses at the behest of their deep state overseers in the political arena. As her secrets are revealed through a series of live broadcasts, her former associates send private military contractors to assassinate her. She hires a condemned ex-Commando (Michael Paré) to keep her alive long enough to get her crucial message out to the world.

Review: Rene Perez brings us his latest action movie, The Insurrection. Action Star Michael Pare stars as our hero who is tasked with taking down all the bad guy waves that come his way. The movie mixes political thriller with old school action.

This movie for sure is a thriller Hollywood would dare not tackle, Perez brings a solid action thriller to the table. Fans of Death Kiss would want to check this out. Wilma Elles hires Michael Pares character to protect her long enough for her to expose truths and show the world that everything being fed to them is not the truth.

While the storyline itself would be declared controversial, without a doubt. Perez always brings his vision and sticks to his gun. Something many directors/producers wouldn’t do this day and age. Everyone sells out for a quick paycheck. Where Perez would want his vision seen for how it is. He is the kind of guy that would drink his Bourbon without ice, just to not water it down and drink it for what it is.

Personally I would say for people too go and watch this movie not knowing or what to expect. I went in blind and I really enjoyed what Perez had to offer. To those people who are not familiar with Perez and are expecting a high octane blockbuster. You will be out of luck. Perez makes his movies on a minimal budget. The movies are made for the VOD market. Perez always seems to flare back to classic old school vibes, naturally keeping the B-movie alive.


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