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Follows the final nine days in the lives of four hit men who are secretly brought together in a covert operation to fight the nation's drug trafficking epidemic. Underneath their ... See full summary »
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I saw this film recently, and I was pleasantly surprised. For an independent low budget film it was very good. There were interesting characters, a pretty good story, and some good performances. The title roles of Malcom Cain and John Abel were portrayed very well by actors Terrence Flack and Shane Woodson. They were flawed characters, but likable. I would like to see their characters developed more fully in a series of sequels. These are definitely some guys I would like to see again. They are vice cops who roll around L.A. in a souped up muscle car, and almost remind me of 70's characters who are "trapped" in the present. Mischievous and sexy, they never fail to deliver. The film includes performances by Flavor Flav and Bridget the Midget. I wonder what they'll do next? Can't wait to see it. If you haven't watched this film, you've missed a treat. I saw it at the Venice Film Festival, where it won an award for best audience picture. Can't wait to see it again on DVD!
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