Cat Run revolves around the witness - protection of two young detectives. One day, two closed friends Anthony and Julian decided to move to a detective agency. Unfortunately, the first task they had to do was to protect a sexy female witness who was holding the secrets of government. Two clumsy detectives had to face with how to fight the aggressive chase by the giudes who wanted to kill witness to conceal the truth?
Words like "smug," "derivative," and "shallow" could all be fairly applied to the film, but as a piece of late-night exploitation, it delivers the violence and nudity with the regularity of an IV drip, and some familiar faces in the cast help class it up.
A brazenly efficient and articulate female assassin nearly worthy of a Tarantino or Coen Brothers movie sticks out from amidst the schlocky criminal muck of Cat Run, a self-consciously sleazy comic crime saga composed of facetious elements.
It's easy to feel sucked into some kind of time warp back to the heyday of late-'90s post-Tarantino crime thrillers, cut-rate knockoffs filled with casually cartoonish violence, quippy patter, overtly flash filmmaking and incongruous pop tunes.