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Expendable (2003)

David is a drug dealer who pays a final visit to his ex-wife Nicole before leaving town with his new girlfriend. Little does he know that Nicole is now a vampire, and he soon realizes that some things are better left in the past!

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David is a newly sold-out drug dealer who decides to pay his ex-wife Nicole a surprise visit before leaving town with his new girlfriend ... only to discover that Nicole isn't the same person he knew when he left her, a year earlier. She now has Leslie, a girlfriend of her own, and David soon realizes that some things are better left in the past... Written by Rhonda Baughman

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Time changes everything... and David's is running out.

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14 August 2003 (USA)  »

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$2,000 (estimated)
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Actress Rachelle Williams is the pseudonym for author Rhonda K. Baughman See more »

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David: Meet me at the corner of Vine and Maple in ten minutes. You're not here by then, the locals are shit outta luck. And I'll tell ya somethin'... If I have to come lookin' for you, so are you.
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Obviously, 'bfan83' has no idea what filmmaking is ...
28 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

As far as low-budget cinema is concerned, it doesn't get much better than the efforts of director Mark Baranowski ... what bfan83 doesn't realize is: he's never had a career reviewing films, and he's probably used to worthless grade Z flicks and haphazard screenwriting. And I agree ... if you just take a look at what is currently offered in this genre, you'll see - it's not much - just the usual mundane fare and the overexposed Misty Mundae ... Except for 'Expendable' and a few others among its ilk - Give me a director like Baranowski and a cast like Morgan and Stevens anyday. That's what independent filmmaking is all about ...


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