Two pranksters grab a handful of business cards from a coffee shop's raffle for a "free lunch." Dealing them up like playing cards, they proceed to terrorize the cardholders, which include ... See full summary »

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Hod Berman ...
Wayne
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Ross
Daniel Werzinger ...
Goldfarb (as Dan Werzinger)
Jose Ivan Gonzalez ...
Eduardo
Linda Mooney ...
Lucy Roachman
Jim Howie ...
Willy Roachman
Kristen Weiser ...
Angelina Nosera
Jack Cahill ...
Howard Darnt
Haley March ...
Jessica Diamondstone
Darryl Lee Doleman ...
The Hungarian Faggot
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Mellissa Akers ...
Crack Ho #2
Jessmy Birch ...
Crack Ho
Rodger Brennan ...
Valet
Nellie Cammack ...
Eye Patch
Jay Strike Carlin ...
WJPR Anchorman
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Two pranksters grab a handful of business cards from a coffee shop's raffle for a "free lunch." Dealing them up like playing cards, they proceed to terrorize the cardholders, which include a crack addict that poses as a driving school instructor to hustle drugs around town, a high profile Realtor couple, a codes inspector and an airhead anchorwoman. The pranksters begin by sending the codes inspector to a crack house where they plant the Realtors' business card. As the codes inspector gets beat by drug dealers, the driving school instructor shows up to buy, and the pranksters call the anchorwoman on the scene. The dealers find the couples' business card and rob their house. The husband and wife come home one at a time and assume that the other wants a divorce. Soon, this man-made fiasco takes on a life of its own but ends in tragedy when one of the pranksters asks a card holder on a date and becomes the victim of his own game. Written by James Roxbury

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30 May 2005 (USA)  »

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$125,000 (estimated)
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The ending has to Go.
7 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Saw this thing in Harrisburg PA at a small festival while I was on Visiting my sister. Other than the ending being a contrived sack of garbage, this film was pretty cool. I can tell it had a cool premise, and probably had a good screenplay, but it looks like the director was hijacked by a band of crappy actors. Actually I should say ACTRESSES. As bad as some of the men were, literally every female in this thing puts about as much emotive thought into their characters as a typical porno film. The two male leads are like cardboard cutouts, and no one really is worth a damn as a thespian until you look at the supporting cast. The two hispanic crack heads are awesome. The Goldfarb character is awesome. What happens to the housing inspector is awesome. There are little snippets of joy in this film spread throughout the train wreck. And just when it really captured my interest, It ended... Then the ending happens and I was like "what the hell was that?" I mean, SO pointless. I can tell this would be a way better film if they would have stretched it out into a feature and lopped off the crappy third act. Oh well. Maybe the director is planning a trilogy like George Lucas.


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