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Tumbling into Love (of Kings and Gnomes)
Written by Jeff Victor and Jeff Arundel
Performed by Vic Camaro
Tenor & alto saxophone by Eric Moen
Trumpet by Steve Strand
Upright bass by Joel Sayles
Woodwinds by Rich Manik
Drums by Andy Kamman See more »
First off, I just want to say that this movie was excellent, given its low budget, and unknown actors. If you enjoy movies like Boondock Saints, Amongst Friends, you will like this film. The director, Travis Milloy, did such a wonderful job with the action sequences, as well as shooting on location all around Minnesota. Justin Pagel(the main character), just looked the part of a tough criminal who always got the job done, no matter what task he was assigned. Complete with trench coat, some basic hand-to-hand combat skills, ponytail, and a stainless 9mm Beretta, Joe Webster kept you on the edge of your seat.
As much as I enjoy the movie, it does have its share of flaws. The acting isn't really all that great, but the story, the action, and the ending(one of the craziest, unexpected endings I've ever seen!!!!!) really make this movie a pleasure to check out. Street Gun is the 'shiznit'!
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