Trigger Point

Trigger Point

By Brad Turner

  • Genre: Thriller
  • Release Date: 2021-04-23
  • Advisory Rating: NR
  • Runtime: 1h 22min
  • Director: Brad Turner
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 6.99


Nicolas Shaw, a disgraced former U.S. secret agent who suffered memory loss at the hand of captors, is dragged back into the darkest shadows of the spy world when he is enlisted by his former partner to help find a missing colleague. Nicolas' skills will be put to the ultimate test as the two men try to unravel the mystery behind her disappearance before it's too late. But to uncover the truth, Nicolas will need to remember the past. Doing so might also be the key to clearing his own name.


  • Thank you! Great Movie.

    By Ariauna
    Entertaining, well paced and great action. Also thank you for making it affordable to rent and buy. Your fans appreciate you.
  • Movie was ok, Action, suspense good short film

    By Boomer 9193
    Movie had good suspense, action oriented. Trailer was the reason i rented. Plot was decent, if your looking for a good action short movie i would suggest. It’s only 1.5 hours long reasonably priced.
  • Embarrassing.

    By citocito99
    Too simple. Obvious errors in the plot.
  • One of those🥱

    By Tarazon
    If the movie was half as good as the trailer I’d give it a 3. It wasn’t.
  • Decent

    By Aqua62
    Hollywood has fallen. It puts out mostly dreck. This film, amidst that, is passable entertainment. Compared to the old days of Hollywood, this movie is poorly acted and predictably written. By today’s standard - a decent little movie.
  • Solid Spy [email protected]#

    By PLPDaddy
    The script of this wasn’t great, but the acting and action was excellent. They could have done a much better job of developing the characters and plot line. Still, it totally satisfies. Cliff hanger ending suggests a sequel. I will watch for it.
  • Trigger Point

    By qabeck
    Amazing movie! So many twists and turns!!great acting and directing❤️
  • Barry Pepper is underrated

    By 30owlbrain
    So you want Barry Pepper to play a retired spy hiding in a tricked out house in small town USA, suffering from some kind of torture amnesia, before he gets pulled back into that life? Yes. Please.