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Samuel L. Jackson,
Four pals are on their way to a boxing match, but get stuck in heavy traffic. To get to the boxing match in time they take the first exit they find to find another way to the venue. As they are driving around lost in gang-land they get stuck and witness a brutal murder. The killer wants no witnesses and tries to kill them too. The four pals get away the first time, but the killer is soon back on their tail again while they are trying to find help in the middle of nowhere. Written by
Adam Carolla got his first job working as a stand-in in this film. Though he is 4 inches taller, Carolla was a stand-in for Michael DeLorenzo, according to Carolla on his March 30, 2016 podcast. See more »
When we see the shot of Frank's license, his street is listed as Deadwood Place. Later, when Fallon says he knows where Frank lives, he states the street name as Deadwood Drive. See more »
You know what I hate? I hate whiners you know? I hate people who just complain, complain, complain! I know a guy in the joint once one time, cell next to me you know he'd just. He'd just used to yap about everything, he used to yap about the food and yap about the guards, and yap about this and yap about that and yap, yap, yap all night long! Fucking yap, yap, yap... like a fucking 747 you know what I mean? Like an engine stuck right between your fucking ears and you can't get ...
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Written by J. Mascis (as J Mascis) and Del (as Teron Jones)
Performed by Dinosaur Jr. (as Dinosaur Jr) and Del (as Del The Funky Homosapien)
Dinosaur Jr Appears Courtesy of Blanco Y Negro and WEA International, Inc.
Del The Funky Homosapien Appears Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment See more »
Pretty good, actually. A good start for Denis Leary and Stephen Dorff
This movie is actually pretty decent. I liked all the characters, even Jeremy Piven, who was kind of a dick in this. The story focuses on these four friends who get lost on a way to a game in a bad neighborhood. They happen upon a gang of drug-dealers (led by Denis Leary), and witness something horrible so Leary decides he can't let them escape. From their the movie is pure suspense, with the guys trying to escape the gangsters. Some very good scenes, one which involves them hiding in a train, having to bribe the hobos to keep quiet. A lot of action, some good acting, and constantly keeps moving. I give this movie a solid 6/10, because there were a few things that bothered me, but I won't go into this for the sake of not ruining the film.
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