Special Forces officer Roy Pulver (Captain America's Grillo) relives the same events every time he wakes up – in this instance it's avoiding assassins and dodging a barrage of helicopter gunfire.
The action-packed adrenaline-fuelled sci-fi thriller sees Pulver try to save his family, uncover clues about a secret government project that could be responsible for the never-ending cycle, and unlock the mystery behind his repeated untimely death.
Starring alongside Frank Grillo are Naomi Watts, Mel Gibson, Annabelle Wallis and Ken Jeong, with appearances from NFL star Rob Gronkowski and MMA fighters Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson and Rashad Evans.
How to watch Boss Level
Boss Level is available to watch now on Amazon Prime Video in the UK. To watch, you'll need an Amazon Prime account which costs £7.99 a month, or £79 a year.
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