An Iraq war veteran robs a drug deal only to find he has accidentally injured a young girl who was part of the deal.

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Chris Cox ...
Roy
M. Jordon Pollock ...
Killz
Corey Maier ...
Jara
Tanasha Friar ...
Penny
Russell Clay ...
Edder
Erica Sanchez ...
Jennifer
Johnny Snyder ...
Mix
George Horsley ...
Mr. Romeo
Nate Hall ...
Norris
Kai Evans ...
Carson
Melora Roach ...
Jara's Aunt
Brian W. Brown ...
Mix's Goon (as Brian Brown)
Jason Phelps ...
Cop 1
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Romeo's Girl
Serena Kristiana Teakell ...
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An Iraq war veteran robs a drug deal only to find he has accidentally injured a young girl who was part of the deal.

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24 August 2012 (USA)  »

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$125,000 (estimated)
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In the restroom, when the Cop is talking to handcuffed Penny, he tells her that he is D.E.A. In the restaurant, when Killz is explaining to the audience his relationship to the Cop, Killz says Cop is A.T.F., which the Cop agrees. See more »

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It's Bad, and when I say bad I mean atrocious
13 August 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Okay, so let's get the rating of this movie dealt with first, at the time of writing it stands at 6.0, which is hilarious, and has of course been surreptitiously given this by those involved in this monstrosity, otherwise you'd be looking at a 2.2, maybe 2.3 being generous.

Starting off on a positive note, for any ambitious would-be film makers out there, take encouragement from the knowledge that if this can get made and even taken up by Amazon Prime, then your own project, no matter how dire, must stand a chance too.

Unfortunately though that's as good as it gets. Looking like it's been filmed on an iPhone 3 and using its inbuilt mic, it's so amateurish that it'll make your bowels ache, this would never be broadcast on regular TV, the quality control would weed it out pretty sharpish, luckily for them though Amazon have no such standards.

It's a vanity project with a basic crude idea pointlessly dragged out for 2 hours, it's genuinely so poor that I'm not even going to discuss the story line, plot or anything, for no time was spent on it on their part, so why should I ? I'm actually a fan of small, independent, well made films and try to support them, but there's nothing to get behind with this, it's dubbed as a comedy but with no real humour, and the 80's talking-to-the-camera just serves to further devalue it.

Personally I blame the director for this whole mess, as ultimately the actors can only go with what they're given, and they do try, but it's all so wooden that it's a fire hazard. Penny (Tanasha Friar) is pretty, which is perhaps the only thing that makes it at all palatable, but since she keeps her clothes on (understandably I guess) even she can't save it.

The only reason that I've given it 2 stars rather than one is that I presume that there must be worse films out there.......


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