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The Grue Crew (1999)

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David Shipley ...
Anthony DeMechi
Bob Salie ...
Doc Smith
Jerry Connell ...
Jerry Jones
Scott Ross ...
Geno Rossi
Eric Brooks ...
Vincent Rossi
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Nickey
Dick Mays ...
Joey Zetta
Patrick Parker ...
Vic
Ray Ross ...
Buddy Roy
Eileen Land ...
Red
Tim Norman ...
Garrett
Richard Todd Aguayo ...
Curtin
Bill Greeley ...
Bennie
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Stepho
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Young Anthony
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18 June 1999 (USA)  »

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Pulp Dogs  »

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(Atlanta Film & Video Festival)
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All independent films should be put together this well
20 August 1999 | by See all my reviews

This first time filmmaker (Ross) comes out of the gate with a bang...literally. Part "Pulp Fiction", part "Goodfellas", and wildly original, "The Grue Crew" takes us through the lives of four lost souls.... who just happen to chop up dead bodies for a living. The main character (Anthony) is a reluctant member of his uncle's crime family. Anthony strives to "do good", yet somehow always seems to end up down the wrong path. Anthony contiunes to fight his lot in life and along the way he gets philosophical advice from his misfit partners in crime. This film is part comedy, part drama, and part a statement on today's "not my fault" society. It is shot, acted, and put together so well, you will swear you are watching a 20 million dollar production. For those of you ready for something different, this movie is for you.


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