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Three teenage boys in small-town Southern Ontario are thrilled when Luke Cooper, a mysterious American fugitive with a gunshot wound in his leg, decides to crash their secret hideout. Luke tells them that he's a cop on the run from corrupt colleagues, and swears them to silence. As he recuperates, he becomes their buddy and confidante. By the time the boys realize Luke is not who he pretends to be, they're in way over their heads. Written by
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No, he's a fucking cheese sandwich. I mean, he sucks about this, he suck's about that, he suck's about everything!. And now the bullets! He can't even protect himself!
He isn't a cop eh? Yeah, he told me.
Don't tell Brad.
He told you?
Oh, we're in shit.
Eric, come over here please?
You too sir!
Dead, we're dead, we're diffidently dead, we're dead, we're dead.
OK, what are we gonna do?
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John Fawcett in my opinion is a competent director and would like to see more of his work.
This movie for the first 2 thirds is basically about these three teenage boys who hang out at an old derelict house, they find a cop (or so he says) who is in need of their help.
What I will say about this movie is that the first hour or so of the thing is basically build-up. After that the movie actually gets pretty good. My one complaint about the build-up is you NEVER feel it until it actually happens.
So all in all a good Canadian film.
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