Mar 18, 2022 · Panama: Directed by Mark Neveldine. With Cole Hauser, Mel Gibson, Mauricio Hénao, Kiara Liz. An ex-marine is hired by a defense contractor to travel to Panama to complete an arms deal. In the process he becomes involved with the U.S. invasion of Panama, and learns an important lesson about the true nature of political power.
Panama is a 2022 action thriller film directed by Mark Neveldine and starring Cole Hauser and Mel Gibson.   It was released in the United States on March 18, 2022 by Saban Films.  Plot [ edit] When the U.S. is on the brink of invading Panama, a former marine, Becker, is hired by a CIA operative, Stark, for a top secret arms trade mission.
When the U.S. is on the brink of invading Panama, a former marine (Hauser) is hired by a CIA operative (Gibson) for a top secret arms trade mission. Alone and among the most dangerous arms...
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Summaries. An ex-marine is hired by a defense contractor to travel to Panama to complete an arms deal. In the process he becomes involved with the U.S. invasion of Panama, and learns an important lesson about the true nature of political power. Inspired by true events. In wild 1989 Panama, James Becker, a rugged, decorated ex-marine, is sent undercover by his former commander Stark to execute a high-value deal with dangerous adversaries he can't trust.
Panama Action & adventure • 2022 • 1 hr 34 min English audio R CC Buy or rent Mel Gibson and Cole Hauser star in the edge-of-your-seat action thriller set during the political upheaval of 1989...
Panama (2022) Full Cast & Crew See agents for this cast & crew on IMDbPro Directed by Mark Neveldine Writing Credits Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification Produced by Music by Mick Fury Cinematography by Pedro Juan López Film Editing by Christopher Cibelli Casting By Bonnie Wu Production Design by Mayna Magruder Set Decoration by
Mar 17, 2022 · Mar 17, 2022 5:20am PT ‘Panama’ Review: Crosses are Doubled and Tripled in a Pedestrian, Mel Gibson-Starring Political Thriller Gibson chews the scenery in Mark Neveldine's potboiler, but...