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Thomas Ian Griffith,
R. Lee Ermey
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Thomas Ian Griffith,
I saw this DVD at the store and decided to give it a shot. And on a quiet Wednesday night, it provided some good entertainment, though I must admit to being a David Caruso fan since his days on NYPD Blue.
It is not a major motion picture. It is a small story about a broken man and how he is pulled to even lower depths by criminal figures. In many ways it reminded me of the John Sayles picture "Limbo". Though that film played a bit less overly dramatic, many of the themes were the same.
Caruso has a good supporting cast here, and I thought the editing lent quite a bit to the plot line which is full of questionable realities, and flashbacks.
The script has some unfortunate moments were the goings on just don't seem plausible. The Ice block/neck noose scene being a fine example.
But nevertheless, as the credits began to roll, I found that I had been drawn in to the story. I had rooted for the characters, and in the end I was not disappointed that I had paid a few bills to see this flick.
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