A young drug dealer Dusty, is torn between the money and getting out. When his partner Christian, is caught up in a kidnapping and murder scheme. Dusty and King come to his rescue but only ...
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While trying to get their lives back on track after the loss of their four year old son, Bryn and Paul Shaw move to the charming old Beacon Apartments. Bryn begins seeing a ghostly little ... See full summary »
David Rees Snell,
A young drug dealer Dusty, is torn between the money and getting out. When his partner Christian, is caught up in a kidnapping and murder scheme. Dusty and King come to his rescue but only after having to pay a hefty price. Christian ends up loosing everything and spending the rest of his life in exile. Written by
York Alec Shackleton
Kush doesn't fire. I don't if it's because I'm tired of low budget movies trying to rip off Hollywood movies or if Kush is weak on it's own merits. I agree with other reviewers that this was an attempt to cash in on Alpha Dog with Timberlake. Funny poop about it is Alpha Dog wasn't a movie worth ripping off. It was a so-so Hollywood movie itself. I rented Kush because of what I saw and read on it's cover. Director York Shackelton showed glimpses there is a director under there. Maybe next time they will get original enough to make their own move not a alpha Dog rip off. Like a 5th grade book report I will close out with IN CONCLUSION KUSH WAS A WEAK MOVIE NOT WORTH WATCHING. THANK YOU.
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