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Killer Deal (1999)

The year is 2015. After a world-wide economic collapse in 2009, the entire middle-class is wiped out, leaving only high-class and low-class. The high-class rich reside in a place called ... See full summary »

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The year is 2015. After a world-wide economic collapse in 2009, the entire middle-class is wiped out, leaving only high-class and low-class. The high-class rich reside in a place called Parkland. Parkland is surrounded by high walls so they would be separated from the low-class citizens. There are no jobs, so there is no way that low-class citizens would ever achieve a better life. The high-class citizens want what they call "eternity" life. They build TV billboards to advertise "Eternity" life, in which poor citizens donate organs which the rich citizens need to survive and live longer. In exchange, the remaining family of the donor will receive $10 million and residence in Parkland. One man, Sgt. Jimmy Quinn and his family are allowed to live in Parkland because of his achievements and is to be promoted detective at Parkland...without being a donor. When the donor for the creator of Eternity, Dr. Roland Parker, is killed, they are in a desperate search of another donor. After waking... Written by <ikatw831@aol.com> / edited by <halloweenh27@yahoo.com>

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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25 March 1999 (USA)  »

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Nightworld: Parkland  »

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When Jimmy and Shala are on the computer looking at the list of donors, a few of them are names of the movie's production team. See more »

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York Beal: Take this man to the Donation Room, right now.
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Pretty bad but still watchable
4 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

Hey, it may have a name almost as bad as Fox's "When Good Times Go Bad", but this movie isn't as bad as it could have been. Considering it's budget, this movie did pretty good in the way of special effects and location shots. The movie was clean and slick, easy on the eye in the way of visual clarity, unlike some films which look like they were shot with vasoline on the lens. The acting wasn't very good, and the names of some of the locations (i.e. "Oldtown" and "Parkland") left something to be desired. The lead character's favorite weapon was kinda cool, but ended up just looking silly. So, if you're sitting around with your buddies watching cable TV, this is the movie for you.


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