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Kill Point Mini Series (DVD) Stars John Leguizamo & Don Wahlberg

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Kill Point Cast
This is a 3 discs set!

The quality is 9 out of 10!

This is a first for Spike TV.

It's a original Program from Spike TV!

All 8 episodes! Commercial free!

No cover art or lables!

Just the DVD's in DVD sleeves!

AWESOME cast and a GREAT Mini-Series!

If you are outside of the U.S.A. the shipping is $12.00 NO EXCEPTIONS!



Donnie Wahlberg
Michael Hyatt
John Leguizamo
Jeremy Davidson
Leo Fitzpatrick
Frank Grillo
JD Williams


Jake "Mr. Wolf" Mendez (John Leguizamo) and his men enter a bank and leave with the money. Nevertheless, an FBI agent inside the bank follows them out and draws her gun. One of Jake's men opens fire on her, which attracts the attention of a nearby armored car. The men engage these two assailants and the Pittsburgh Policehostages. Captain Horst Cali, a police negotiator (Donnie Wahlberg), arrives outside and begins to set up the command post in a local restaurant. as they arrive from the cover of their getaway car. Eventually, the FBI agent is shot and their getaway car is disabled. One of the Marines is also shot, along with the getaway driver who runs away from the scene. As some of the frightened bank customers flee out the back door, Wolf tells his men to fall back into the bank. The men, who go by animal codenames, begin to barricade themselves in the bank along with about twelve

Under pressure from his hot-shot chief Nolan Abrami (Michael McGlone), Cali attempts to engage Wolf in conversation while a SWAT team commanded by Lieutenant Connie Reubens (Michael Hyatt) infiltrates the bank, hoping to catch the robbers off-guard. The attempt fails when SWAT set off a tripwire rigged to the fire alarm, enciting another shootout that claims the life of one of the SWAT officers and prompts Wolf to have a face-to-face confrontation outside the bank wherein he explains what he and his men endured in Iraq, even stripping down to his underwear to display the numerous scars inflicted on him during the war, his speech eliciting cheers and applause from the assembled crowd. Wolf warns Cali not to try breeching again as he returns to the bank.

Slowly the news of the hostage situation begins to spread throughout the town. People show up outside to catch a glimpse of what is going on but are pushed away by police barricades. After Cali refuses to meet one of Wolf's demands, Wolf threatens to kill a hostage if the demand is not met within the hour. As the deadline approaches, Wolf begins to contemplate if he could kill an innocent man.

One of his men argues: "This is not what we signed on for. We said no one would get hurt, now we're cop killers." Right before the deadline, Cali meets Wolf's demand, which results in his chief reducing him to secondary negotiator. Afterwards an FBI agent comes in and takes over the operation in response to another agent being killed in the earlier shootout (she happened to be present when the robbery occurred) but Wolf begins to toy with her and making jokes, finally yelling at her that he will only speak to Cali.

(You can read what happens in between here and the end from the character profiles.) In the finale, Henry (Mr. Rabbit) Roman takes control after Mr. Mouse was shot and killed by SWAT when he pulled his art book out of his pocket and they thought it was a weapon. He answers the phone and tells Cali that if he doesn't have a bus and a chopper by half an hour, he'll throw bodies out every five minutes. He says he'll discipline the hostages, and when Ashley Beck doesn't listen to Mr. Rabbit he drags her by her hair and leaves the phone on so Cali can hear.

In the end. Messrs. Wolf, Cat and Pig get help escaping from Cali when he learns that they have his wife. They escape disguised as hostages and leave in an ambulance. They have a van waiting for them under a bridge and take it to a secure location but Wolf has a bug on him and the police hear everything he says and are ready for him at the location. When they get there Deke and some men are waiting for him. They tell him there has been a change of plans, and that they need to take Cali's wife. When they try to leave, the platoon members point their weapons at each other, squaring off, and Quincy the sniper (Michael K. Williams) shoots one of Deke's men. Deke escapes with Horst's wife, and Horst follows him into a warehouse.

Pig takes off, with Hawk hot in pursuit. They exchange fire, until Pig hides behind an alcove and, using a broken mirror on the ground, stays hidden and looks on, while the other SWAT leave. He runs down to the train track, pressing himself against the grill to avoid being seen, and when he sees a train coming, hops in, avoiding the gaze of Hawk.

Wolf and Cat engage Chief Abrami and Lt. Reubens on the bridge. Using his last round, Wolf hits Connie in the arm. He screams he is out of ammunition, and Cat tells him to run, saying he has him covered. Showing great loyalty, he continues to fire until being shot several times in the chest by Abrami, and dies.

Meanwhile, Deke and Horst shoot it out in the warehouse, with Horst finally killing Deke, and getting his wife back. As he leads her out, he spots Wolf, and hands his wife off to another SWAT member, as he pursues Wolf, first throwing away his police issue gun, and removing a concealed Beretta 92. They get to the end of a wharf, and Wolf claims he has no life to go back to, or live for. He puts his gun to his head, and walks towards Horst screaming: "LET ME DIE WITH HONOR! PULL THE TRIGGER BEFORE I DO! YOU CAN DO IT!!!" Horst finally does, shooting Wolf once in the chest. As he falls over, and dies he asks Horst if he felt anything. Horst replies yes, and Wolf accepts that he now knows what he had to go through. Wolf dies.
Albert (Mr. Pig) Roman was the only one to escape and flees to Canada. The Canadian bank to which they have transferred the six million dollars allows a fellow 10/13 platoon member to withdraw it for him, and Albert leaves with checks for his parents ($1 million), Mendez's son Luke ($1.5 million), Marshall's dad ($1 million) and himself ($2 million) with $500,000 in cash

The Kill Point is a television series that follows a group of U.S. Marines recently returned from serving in Iraq as they come together to pull off a major bank heist of a Three Rivers Bank branch in Pittsburgh. The series is the first drama for the Spike TV network. The film of the series had the working title The Kill Pitt.

Most of the filming takes place in Market Square in downtown Pittsburgh while most of the sound stage filming takes place in a warehouse in Lawrenceville Pittsburgh, PA.

Episode Guide:
Episode # Title Air Date
1 "Who's Afraid of Mr. Wolf, Part 1" July 22, 2007
2 "Who's Afraid of Mr. Wolf, Part 2" July 22, 2007
3 "No Meringue" July 29, 2007
4 "Pro Patria" August 5, 2007
5 "Visiting Hours" August 12, 2007
6 "The Great Ape Escape" August 19, 2007
7 "The Devil's Zoo, Part 1" August 26, 2007
8 "The Devil's Zoo, Part 2" August 26, 2007