Blood is Thicker Than Water.
Leonard Turner (Bruce Willis, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Looper) is about to be tortured by some unscrupulous people. He is told to write down the names of the people that have betrayed them, but as Leonard is the toughest CIA agent he turns the tables and is soon free and standing over the dead bodies of his assailants. They had threatened his family and Leonard doesn’t like that. He makes a hasty call to his colleague and friend Ken Robertson (D. B. Sweeney, Heist) who he tells to get round to his house and check on his family. He also calls his teenage son Harry (Kellan Lutz, The Legend of Hercules) to warn him to get out of the house but before he can he sees his mother shot, so Leonard tells him to get the pistol from his drawer. Scared, Harry takes the gun and heads for the bathroom just as a raider comes into view, Harry can’t take the shot, but Ken gets there just in time to stop the gunman.
Whilst there he works behind a desk, always training to improve his scores and his fitness, despite all this he is repeatedly turned down for a field operative position. Whilst working in Prague he works on finding out what ‘Condor’ is and how to acquire it and from whom.
As always the CIA works in mysterious ways, Leonard gets kidnapped whilst trying to acquire the Condor.
Harry understandably wants in on the action, but his superior Theodore Sitterson (Steve Coulter, Insidious: Chapter 2) wants him nowhere near the operation to recover the Condor.
So, as you would, the desk jockey takes out field operatives and goes after the man he believes has his father, Drake (Joshua Mikel, We’re the Millers).
This is not Bruce Willis handover film, but a launch for the twinkly vampire as a hard man, so in spite of that, it’s still a twinkly vampire with muscles and a gun.