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Danielle Moné Truitt,
The ambitious undercover agent Jason Foster finds himself identifying more with the criminals than with his own reality. But when he finds out this savvy boss Stephen "Deuces" Brooks is involved with someone close to him, things become even more complicated as they both become drawn into Deuce's intrigue.
When I first started watching Deuces, I wasn't sure how much I was going to like it, since this is a well-trod genre. In the end, I have to admit it won me over. I think the plot is good (if a little clichéd), the actors did a good job selling their roles and were likable, and the movie moves along at a brisk pace. Definitely not The Godfather or Citizen Kane, but worth watching.
My main complaint with the movie is that it never really explains how Jason Foster, the undercover police officer played by Lance Gross, develops such strong relationship with Deuces, the crime lord played by Larenz Tate. They seem to become best buddies at the drop of a hat.
Other than this complaint, I enjoyed the movie and liked the ending (though totally unrealistic).
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