After Cutter and his new partner complete their mission, Cutter gets suspicious that the goons he's delivering weapons to are not part of a U.N. operation like he'd been lead to believe. So he does what any good mercenary would do - he blows up the weapons. In typical action movie consequences, this causes his family to become targets.
Cutter is quite the family man. He casually delivers the worst proposal in the world to his girlfriend and hasn't seen his daughter in about 10 years. If we follow the bad movie making playbook, this is cause and effect which leads to her work at a strip club. She must not have been doing this for long because the light hasn't gone out of her eyes yet. But it will soon because her dad is watching her dance.
Family drama ensues as Cutter tries to protect his daughter while she bitterly avoids him for not being part of her life.
There a stunt double for Hogan that looks nothing like him, which is really distracting. The stunt is jumping a fence. Not a chest high fence, but one where you can literally put a hand on it and jump over. I'm guessing Hogan is so bulky that his giant frame could not accommodate the slight jumping action. But it's disconcerting to see someone who is far younger and in far better shape jumping the fence because at first glance, you think "who the hell is that" even though you know it's supposed to be Cutter.
|The worst name a villain can give a document that has|
secret info for his eyes only? Secret File.