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Loyalty & Respect (2006)

Unrated | | Action, Crime, Drama | 24 January 2006 (USA)
In Cashville, two friend friends are torn apart buy fast money and launch an all out street war where no one can be trusted. Loyalty and Respect is lost over Cash in the city of Cashville.

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Quanie Cash ...
Notorious
Young Buck ...
Smoke
C.E.O. ...
Supreme
Jackie Wade ...
Destiny
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Squirrel
Lil Quanie Cash ...
Lil Supreme
Big Dave ...
Det. Dave White
Flake ...
Kim
Chazz Howard
Striker Howard
J-One ...
Thug #1
Charles N. Reese III
Death Ro ...
Roy Roy
Roc ...
Roc
Jamie Snorten ...
The Plug
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Supreme (CEO)is a drug dealer whose life couldn't be better. He has it all... Money, Power, and Respect. The streets of Cashville have given him everything a hustla could ask for. Driven by jealousy, his best friend Notorious (Quanie Cash) decides to go after his empire, his riches, and his family by any means necessary. An all out street war is launched where it's kill or be killed! No one is trusted because in THIS city, Loyalty and Respect is lost over cash! Nashville is called Cashville for a reason. Written by Lightyear Entertainment

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It's called Cashville for a reason.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Music

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Can I get the last 80 minutes of my life back?
14 June 2006 | by (Arizona) – See all my reviews

Watching this was definitely a mistake. It used lots of clichés from other gangster movies, but failed to portray any of them effectively.

The acting was sub-par and the video and audio was worse. I'm no expert, but if I'm not mistaken, some of was shot on video rather than film. Unless you're into Quanie Cash's music, don't bother.

I don't have anything against low-budget movies, but this one had no redeeming values at all. The story was boring and there was no character development which would allow any empathy for any of the characters in the film.

I've just been informed by IMDb that my "comment does not contain enough lines".

So let me comment on the police in the movie. They looked like they were extras in some of the cheesier porn movies I've seen in my life.

I don't know who Quanie Cash is, but I get the impression he is a loser wannabe from Atlanta, and drank a little too much malt liquor and smoked way too much dirt weed while making this film.

Is that enough?


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