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Point Doom is not a chick flick, far from it. It is a hard rock extravaganza with heavy metal music, rappers, strippers and believe it or not some great drama. From the moment Ice T opens up the movie with a couple of beautiful women snorting cocaine from the camera lens you know you're in for an e ticket ride. The plot is very simple but the stylish direction and performances are outstanding. Andrew "Dice" Clay proves that he can act and Richard Grieco comes across at first as another pretty boy but we eventually learn how much depth there is to his character. Angie Everhart plays against type and carries it off well, playing a role that is opposite of her supermodel persona and she really pulls it off. None other than Sebastian Bach (Skid Row) who's gone from playing on screen villains to Jesus Christ proves that he too has some real acting chops. What more can I say about this film except, that this incredible cast coupled with some really cool action makes Point Doom a winner.
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