In this one-hour drama from acclaimed filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men, Y Tu Mamá También), J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions (Lost, Revolution, Person of Interest, Fringe, the Mission: Impossible and Star Trek movies) and executive producer Mark Friedman (Home of the Brave), a young girl with supernatural powers is placed under the protection of an escaped Death Row inmate who must shield her from the mysterious forces out to hunt her down. Bo is a bright and feisty girl who's lived with foster parents all her life. She also has emerging supernatural powers. A mystery to everyone including herself, she is sought by those who want to protect her - as well as those who seek to exploit her gift. Enter Death Row inmate Tate. Slated for execution for a crime he did not commit, the estranged Tate is rescued by the resourceful Winter, whose revolutionary and idealistic operation also includes his more than capable right hand, Channing. In return for his freedom, Tate is tasked with looking after the independent young girl whose untested powers have a transformative effect on everyone she meets - even the jaded Tate. At the same time, the unlimited wealth and resources of multinational businessman Skouras have been focused on acquiring the gifted girl and harnessing her powers. Skouras will stop at nothing - including murder - as he sends the cold-blooded but conflicted hitwoman Moore on a quest to collar the girl. Endlessly on the run, the fugitive Tate and Bo travel from city to city, evading their relentless pursuers, transforming the lives of those they encounter and growing closer as they discover more about themselves and what they truly believe.
They’ve got the weapons. They’ve got the posses. And they’ve got no chance against former Hong Kong cop Han Sing. Gravity-warping martial arts, cool visual effects and an all-star music track combine in this revved-up action movie from producer Joel Silver (The Matrix) starring Jet Li (Lethal Weapon 4).
Li plays rough-and-ready Han, who shares an attraction with Trish O’Day (screen-debuting songstress Aaliyah) even though their families are rivals in a fierce Oakland turk battle. The two also share plenty of danger as they try to find the real cause of the blood feud. No gun, no posse? No problem. With Jet Li going to war as only he can, Romeo Must Die is alive and kicking.