Coming off as an attempt to combine a serious political thriller with a gung-ho, RAMBO-style action film, KILLING STREETS ends up too simplistic to succeed as the former and not spectacular or inventive enough to satisfy as the latter.
While working on a US intelligence mission in Beirut, Lebanon, Marine Craig Brandt (Michael Pare) is abducted by a Lebanese terrorist group called the Kalishmulad and appears to die in a car explosion. Upon receiving the news, Craig's twin brother Chris (also played by Pare) flies to Beirut to
seek the truth about his sibling's fate. Having been given the runaround by the US government, Chris has a gut feeling that his twin is st...