How far would you go to help a friend? Would you lie? Steal? What if saving your friend meant throwing away a shot at true love while risking your life at the same time? Would you still do it? Benny Hines (Chris Foster) is about to answer those questions. And when he does, his life will never be the same. Until recently, Benny considered himself a good person. He wouldn't even enter a crosswalk unless the blinking light permitted it. But all that changed when his best friend (Robin Abbott) racked up a $20,000 debt to a cold-blooded loan shark (Florentino Gonzales). Now, with the deadline only a week away, Benny finds himself committing dangerous felonies, risking his life, and perhaps most frightening of all, falling in love. After a less-than-perfect restaurant robbery and a brutal "reminder" from the loan shark, Benny reluctantly joins a makeshift crime ring that includes his indebted friend, a conniving security guard (Bob Brindley), and a seductive waitress (Julie Moore). But as ... Written by
I changed my mind, I can't do this.
Come on Benny, we already talked about this.
Well I'm talking about it again. There's got to be a better way.
You're right. The other way is, we tell Andre we don't have money, and we both end up dead.
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This movie was amazing! The intense plot and amazing acting are nothing short of brilliant... With a thrilling roller coaster ride of suspense, from car heists to armed robbery attempts?! Their captivating dialogue will suck you in for nearly a whopping two hours, however; you may not be awake by that point anyway.. If you did manage to make it to the end, there is a good chance you were high on drugs, or possibly watching porn on an other monitor. It may not be the worst movie I have seen, but it was god awful. Please enjoy your viewing of Queens over Jacks with either a sharp knife, or a pint of so strong liquor. WTF? ö¿ö
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