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Junkie is a pitch black comedy about two heavily addicted, drug addled brothers, Danny (Daniel Louis Rivas) and Nicky (Robert LaSardo). When Danny decides he's going clean, Nicky reacts ... See full summary »
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This is a great micro-series that takes the audience on a rapid ride of twists and turns! The characters are very well played and depicted and the writing is so smart and comical! Aside from the excitement of the new Challenger, the storyline flows seamlessly from one episode to the next and though each episode is about 2 minutes, they are packed with movement and action as if it were a full length feature! Addressing the comment before about one long commercial... please! Branded integration is everywhere in the media these days. It's unavoidable. However, the ability to integrate the brand as a character that seems to be already intertwined in the script is a definite skill and in this case the production succeeds with flying colors. You are definitely rooting for the good guys to win...if you can figure out who the good guys are!
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