Man On A Ledge is a different kind of action movie. This one is going to be surprising you up until the last scene. It’s the kind of movie you watch and then feel like you could watch again and catch more of it the second go round, because it is so action packed and detail infused.
Nick Cassidy is the man on a ledge, a fugitive who has broke out of prison with hopes of proving he was framed when he worked as a cop for a diamond theft he didn’t steal. Faced with a long sentence for a crime he didn’t commit, he’s desperate and he’s on a ledge. Ever the man in charge, he requests Lydia Mercer to be his negotiator. Add the fact in that it doesn’t hurt anything that she’s easy on the eyes.
Mercer is recovering from a recent job assignment gone bad and can’t deal with another one. As she tried to talk Nick back in, she finds herself getting pulled into his story. It’s hard to know who to trust when he is telling her one thing and some of her superiors are telling her another.
Meanwhile, Nick’s brother Joey and his girlfriend Angie are working on the other side to find the diamond that was never stolen in the first place. So much is at stake and the security they have to go through to prove Nick’s innocence is unbelievably high.
This thriller is charged with action, sexual tension and twists you will not see coming. You are hard pressed to figure out what is going to happen next and who should and shouldn’t be trusted.
Man On A Ledge has enough emotional elements to pass the test of the toughest critic. Rent this one and settle in for a night of pure pleasure.