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Bullets, Blood & a Fistful of Ca$h (2006)

R | | Action, Crime | 2 May 2006 (USA)
A hard boiled tale of bloody revenge that interweaves the stories of nine criminals. Hector Gonzales, a ruthless kingpin who has risen through the ranks over the last ten years and now ... See full summary »




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Credited cast:
Hector Gonzales
Cash (as Thom Doty)
Donny Edwards
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Josh Cameron ...
Caleb Cunningham ...
Drummer in club
Pablo Valdez
Kevin Inouye ...
Kori K. Just ...
Lenny the Butcher
Ken Kasel ...
Toan Le ...
Uncle Bill Nguyen
Dex Manley ...
Tommy Two Toes
Fred McKinney ...
Thi Nguyen ...
Johnny Tran
Ghetto Prez ...
Detective Lionel "Pop" Jackson


A hard boiled tale of bloody revenge that interweaves the stories of nine criminals. Hector Gonzales, a ruthless kingpin who has risen through the ranks over the last ten years and now stands on the verge of ruling the city; Bill Nguyen, a Vietnamese mafia boss; Abe Shanks, a black market organ dealer; Johnny Tran, a young Dai Ca within Nguyen's Viet mafia; Tommy Two Toes, a hot tempered Sicilian Capo; Lenny, a brutal mercenary working for the highest bidder; Pablo Valdez, a flamboyant Columbian drug lord; Donnie Edwards, a drug dealing Vice cop with aspirations to escape the undertow of the cities criminal milieu; and, at the center of this dark yarn, Cash, a gunslinging ex-convict on a death quest to find the man who raped and murdered his wife over a decade ago, Hector Gonzales. The story takes place in one day, on the eve of an all out syndicate war. Through a twisted series of events, the interweaving narratives are put on an ultra-violent collision course that will determine, ... Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for strong bloody violence throughout, pervasive language, drug content and some sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »

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Ca$h  »

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Thi Nguyen (Johnny Tran) was not an actor. He was a real gangster. See more »


When Lenny takes the cooler out of the van to show it to Abe, there is no rear license plate. When he puts it back and drives away, the license plate is there. See more »

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Bullets is incredible!
13 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've seen a lot of movies, I've seen a lot of action movies. I've seen Hollywood and Indie movies. I've seen good movies and horrible movies. Bullets is a great movie, for several reasons. First of all it is ENTERTAINING as hell! The bottom line, when you see a movie you want to feel like you got your money's worth, or in this case your cold hard CASH's worth. Minute for minute, punch for punch, shot for shot Bullets delivers entertainment! Big Time! Another reason Bullets straight up Rocks is that fact that it is a truly independent film. Akina Films, the film production company that made Bullets, calls it "The most ruthless independent film ever made!" That could be an arguable statement, I mean I haven't seen EVERY film ever made so who knows maybe there is another more ruthless indie out there, but not one that I've ever seen! But, how true Akina Films own take on their film may be, it is a TRUE independent film. You ever notice how there are all these "idependent films" out there that were made for like $25 million with a HUGE star attached? To me that's not REALLY independent, that's just a movie that wasn't made by a big studio. Bullet's on the other hand DEFINES the true meaning of the word "independent". If I had to guess just from what I saw on the screen, I would say the budget for Bullets was maybe $1-2 million but I heard it was more like less than $100 thousand! There are no Hollywood Stars in this movie, but I wouldn't be surprised if this movie helped make a star out of a few of the actors because the acting is, for the most part incredible. The cinematography is straight up DOPE, and the story is not only satisfying, but has some great twists. The bottom line is that if you are a Tarantino or a Guy Ritchie fan, you should not only SEE this movie in the theater, but when it's available on DVD you should flip some flow and add this to your collection! Bullet's, Blood and a Fistful of Ca$h, I give Two Fists Straight UP!

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