High Octane Pictures presents the intensely fast-paced spy thriller, Agent Jade Black, starring Katie Burgess and Connie Franklin. Writer/director Terry Spears has created a savvy and action-driven female protagonist that audiences will absolutely love!
Rescued from the international sex trade as a young girl and trained as a secret government assassin, Jade Black must go after a rouge former agent with the same background who has developed a biological weapon and plans to unleash it on the world, starting with the wealthy and powerful men behind the very same human trafficking operation they were both rescued from years earlier.
Here are 5 reasons why you should watch Agent Jade Black:
5) Katie Burgess!
Actress Katie Burgess carries the entire movie with her charismatic prowess as the titled action heroine. No-nonsense and hardboiled, Jade Black (Burgess) lets her fists do all the talking. Not only does Burgess perfectly fit the tone and shape of the main character, she does the running and fighting with such lively vigor.
4) Connie Franklin!
You can’t have a great protagonist without a worthy adversary! Connie Franklin is simply amazing to watch as the antagonist, Elle. While Burgess has to be reserved and quiet, Franklin embodies an extroverted personality, who moves with her bustling mannerisms and vibrant personality.
3) The Cinematography!
The cinematography by Titus Fox captures the speed and intensity of the action sequences. In wide shots, Burgess delivers the raw emotion as she throws the punches and lands the kicks. The camerawork focuses on the backgrounds as Jade Black fiercely runs through the brightly lit clubs and different colored tunnels.
2) The Direction!
Writer/director Terry Spears has made the antagonist just as interesting as the protagonist. Spears has created an action heroine that this critic would like to see more of.
1) It’s An Action Movie!
Action junkies will definitely want to see Agent Jade Black! Katie Burgess is extremely watchable in this solidly fine thriller.
Agent Jade Black on DVD and On Demand January 7, 2020.