This is a really odd action film. Maybe they ran out of money part way through, or perhaps they just did not know what they were doing. When it is good it is very good, the scenes in the hospital are tense and genuinely unsettling. The cinematography is eye-catching, all swooping helicopter shots, prowling film work racing inches above the tarmac. There is good use of a run down but impressive Detroit. Oddly there are also plentiful visual effects inserted for no obvious reason. The cast are okay, mainly stunt people, but the script just does not give them anything much to work with. I thought Zoe Bell was good, playing Gloria or Floria, they never seem quite sure.
At the heart of the movie is Wesley Snipes playing a cool impassive CIA black opps agent, caught on the wrong side when the rest of his team goes rogue. This would be okay, but the film uses a rather sentimental framing device where he is telling the entire story in flash back to a priest. So whenever the film picks up any momentum it soon comes crashing back down to earth with some dull and unconvincing talk. Basically Snipes just works his way through killing all his former colleagues one by one, as the shrinking band work through their plan to steal some millions. The last ten minutes are particularly underwhelming. The plot really does not make much sense, if they bad guys had just not told Snipes that they had killed his mentor, and a few other fibs, he would doubtless have helped them.
With some decent twists, or some characters you cared about, or even a hint of a half decent plot, this could have been pretty good, as it stands this passes the time, but loses most of its momentum at the halfway point, never to regain it.