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Set in post hurricane New Orleans. A brutal Mexican drug lord busts out of jail to retrieve the $15 million that his girlfriend is hiding. Can he find the girl and the cash before the cops track him down? Written by
Like the man said, I'd like the time back I spent watching this. Most amusing to me was the amount of time spent with the two of them in the car, and the rear window chroma or CGI which reminded me of the "Toonces the Driving Cat" skits on SNL. It's no wonder they didn't list filming locations, most of this could have been done in someone's garage.
And way to take one more smack at post katrina nawlins, folks.
People who know me will recall I often say there is no such thing as a bad pizza or a bad movie.
I have to strike that last part now.
This is a stinker.
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