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Ca$h (2010)

Thom Doty , Jerry Lloyd , Sam Akina  |  R |  DVD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Thom Doty, Jerry Lloyd
  • Directors: Sam Akina
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: MTI HOME VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: January 12, 2010
  • Run Time: 115 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002VD5MQG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #227,552 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Ca$h" on IMDb

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A hard-boiled tale of bloody revenge... Cash, a gun-slinging ex-convict, is on a death quest to find Hector Gonzales, the man who murdered his wife over a decade ago. Hector Gonzales is a ruthless kingpin who has risen through the ranks over the last ten years and now stands on the verge of ruling the city - a city on the verge of an all out syndicate war. Cash and Gonzales are on an ultra-violent collision course that will determine, once and for all, who owns the streets.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Most Fun Low-Budget Movie in Years February 14, 2010
By Compay
Format:DVD
If you're looking for great acting and amazing dialogue, this movie isn't for you. But if you're looking for a kick-ass black comedy reminiscent of the earlier work of Robert Rodriguez and Guy Ritchie, this is a must-watch.

When I read other positive reviews about this movie, shot with a budget of only $50,000, I was convinced that people were paid to compare it to Tarantino's first movies. Now, I'm a true believer in Director Sam Akina, who was in his late 20's when shooting Ca$h.

I think all of us are used to being let down with low-budget movies a la Redbox. But keep in mind that El Mariachi, the film that launched the career of Robert Rodriguez, was shot for only $7,000 back in 1992. Ca$h has the same visual style as El Mariachi, including the well-choreographed gunplay scenes. It also reminds me of character-driven movies like Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. Mexican bosses, Vietnamese gangsters, Mafioso and Jewish wiseguys create a fun tapestry of characters.

For you to enjoy this movie, leave your Oscar award expectations at the door. Tom Doty's acting is wooden as vengeful ex-convict Cash, who looks like a real-life version of Marv from Sin City. There are plot holes, a few bad special effects, and the production quality isn't perfect. But the movie is simply a guilty pleasure, it's over the top on so many levels that you can't help but enjoy it. If someone ever gives Sam Akina a serious budget and experienced actors, he's destined for big things.

So if you like the earlier work of Robert Rodriguez (El Mariachi, Desperado), Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs) and Guy Ritchie (Lock Stock, Snatch), give this movie a shot. For all of it's faults, it's still an entertaining movie that men will enjoy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars OOPS. THIS THING HAS A HAIR TRIGGER. June 25, 2012
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Thom Doty stars as Cash in this improbable grindhouse. Cash, who was a "throw away baby" gets released from jail. His sole purpose in life is to get revenge on drug czar, club owner, and bad guy Hector Gonzales (Jerry Lloyd) who had double crossed him during a bank robbery. Meanwhile Gonzales is in a turf war with other syndicates.

Cash stops at nothing to get his revenge, killing and destroying everything in his way. The acting was typical grindhouse with the usual fun tough guy statements such as "What are you going to do? Kill us all?" The film includes plenty of killing, blood, and a decapitation. For those who like inane grindhouse action, this one has it. Doty has the toughness of Seagal, but the delivery of Austin. How tough? Check out his shoulder after he was stabbed and walked around with a knife in it. Looks like a small healed scar.

F-bomb, n-word, implied sex, no full nudity (dancers, g-strings, pasties).
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4.0 out of 5 stars A bloody film with hardly any letup of gunfire December 23, 2010
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There are no "good guys" in this bloody film. The heavy-handed movie, without a single smile, is about revenge. One large muscular gangster named Cash, who was shot many times and survived, is seeking revenge against a gang leader who arranged to have him shot during a bank robbery so that he would not have to give him money, killed his girl friend, and made sure that he was arrested for the robbery. He spent ten years in jail. Now upon release, he single-mindedly goes after the gang leader without bothering to think who he hurts and kills along the way. Complicating the adventure is the fact that another gang leader tried to kill this gang leader, and the latter is seeking revenge against him and his gang. Complicating it further is the existence of three gangs: Italian, Oriental, and Spanish. When another criminal sends an unintelligent man to deliver a different box to each of the three gangs, the man mixes up the boxes. When he delivers the wrong boxes to each gang, they become enraged and decide to kill the other gangs. Cash kills dozens of people on his quest, and the film is filled with bullets being fired, violence, and blood.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cheese Beyond Belief August 26, 2013
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This is a great gore movie that is so bad that you might vomit with laughter. It is cheese beyond belief. I hope you watch it. But keep a plastic bag around for puking.
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5.0 out of 5 stars this movie is a great blood and guts movie. November 28, 2012
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This movie was very hard to find, but we had seen it before and knew we wanted it. It is not for the weak. It is definitely an excellent blood and guts movie with a definite hard a** in it. Thom Doty can't be beat in this one.
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One man's relentless quest to get even, is the driving force in CA$H (aka Bullets, Blood, And A Fistful Of Cash) (2006), where an ex-con named Cash (Thom Doty) is looking to settle the score with Hector Gonzales (Jerry Lloyd), the man responsible for the death of his wife. This is an extremely brutal tale of unrelenting violence, that also involves various underworld factions vying for territory. Into this cesspool of vice comes Cash, dealing death, and crushing whoever gets in his way.

Ten years ago, Cash was part of a gang robbing a bank, when he was betrayed by Pablo Valdez (Rodrigo DeMedeiros), under orders from Gonzales. After finding his wife dead, Cash is arrested and spends the next ten years in the slammer. Upon his release, Cash immediately begins his quest to locate Hector Gonzales, blowing away petty crooks, and snuffing the life out of Valdez. Gonzales, once a petty crook, is now a major criminal. Well aware of what Cash is capable of, Gonzales asks his criminal associate Abe Shanks (Phil Randoy) for help, and Shanks sends out his goon squad, as well as some crooked cops to try and kill Cash. Due to some miscommunication, a gang war is ready to explode between Shanks, the Italian mob, and an Asian gang. Although more people are in the picture, Cash is prepared to kill them all, in order to get to Gonzales.

The minimalistic story provides just enough of a framework, for Cash to go berserk and destroy everything in his path. The violence is stylized, without much realism, as Cash should easily be dead a dozen times over. Thom Doty is a fearsome hulk of a man, though he isn't big on dialog, speaking most of his few lines, in a low threatening tone. His acting skills may be limited, but in this role, they are more than adequate.
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