A gritty, dark action thriller about a family that initially becomes the target of an attack by a group of masked madmen. But nothing is ever what it seems and the tables quickly turn as ... See full summary »
Chris R. Notarile
RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE is an ultra low budget thriller/black comedy about Malcolm - a New Yorker who gets tired of how gentrified, tepid and antiseptic it's all become. So he decides to ... See full summary »
I rented this movie because it was the same filmmakers who made Love and a Bullet (this film was first) while Random Acts of Violence lacked the social commentary of LB I had just as much fun.
If you like blaxplotation mixed with your chop socky and a little Tartatino thrown in for good measure then this film is for you.
Mack 10 is a little stiff as the villain and Chyna (Morpheous's stunt double from the Matrix) dishes out some brutal payback but the real stars of this film is the trio of Benny Blanco, Slo Mo and Rated X! These dudes are crazy and in the times of Political Correctness they're a breath of fresh air and ruled every scene they were in!
The draw backs are you can tell it was a low budget film due to sets, locations, etc, etc but Love and a Bullet was a step up and dying to see what Kantz does next.
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