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That being said he has also starred in some excellent movies that I know are good and fun, such as The Lost Boys and License to Drive. I wasn't quite sure what to expect from this one, and I was pretty much on point with my assumptions.
The acting in the movie is sub-par, most of these people seem to be really dry or pulling for some kind of emotions to drag into the dialogue. Besides Corey who is decent in his own right, he sadly looks kind of worse for wear through out the film, kind of like you can tell he's been through a rough life.
The plot is all over the place in the beginning and involves shootings, drugs, cops, thieves,double crossings, and a shady record producer. Eventually all of the plot lines kind of tie in and have a nice message in the end. Had this been done with better actors, more coherency and less B movie cheese this could have been a very good movie. Instead it just ends up being a decent B movie starring a bunch of people I have never heard of.
The camera work and visuals seem a little amateur-ish, but do get the job done. Also the DVD quality is decent but does hold a fair amount of grain. I was going to purchase this on Blu-Ray but after it had been released I have yet to find or even see a copy anywhere, including on Amazon.com. I guess the pre-orders and sales did so poorly they decided to pull the blu-ray production at the last minute? (If anyone can clarify, that would be great.)
In the end this movie has tried to capitalize on it's release because of Corey Haim's passing, is it a bad movie? No it's OK.Read more ›
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