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It's the night before Halloween and everyone in LA is trying to make time to finish their costumes for the biggest and brashest block party of the year. Fredrico, Dave, Evan, Harvey and Emme have all been waiting for this day to come for what seems like an eternity. Emme has the perfect solution, something edgy, something fresh, something dangerous, something which will defy all expectations, to dress up as gang bangers. But in order to achieve that authentic straight from the hood look, they have to go to the professionals. The five friends split up and Dave makes his way to East LA where he meets Romeo, a real life gangster who agrees to loan Dave his purple low rider in exchange for Dave's cherry red Porsche. Written by
Sujit R. Varma
A lot of talented actors are wasted in this amateur piece of film making. Poorly edited to the point of you do not know what the Hell is going on and packed with enough over the top stereotypes to kick up the volume to deafening. There is no other word for this than BLECH! Too bad as it had possibilities in the hands of people who knew what the Hell they were doing. It wastes some great performances by Antonio Sabato, Guillermo Diaz, Jason London, Jessica Lugo and Alanna Ubach. Barney Cheng should be ashamed of his work in the film, it nearly undermines Jason London's who does a great job playing his Boyfriend. Let's not forget Anna Nicole...she plays herself and the task proves too much, she has zero comic timing...or maybe it was the result of bad editing. A film school student could have done better at directing, writing and editing than the behind the scenes people on this disaster!
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