When a group of friends decide to pull a bank heist to get out from underneath their money troubles. They quickly discover that things can unravel in a hurry! A compromised LAPD Detective (... See full summary »
When a group of friends decide to pull a bank heist to get out from underneath their money troubles. They quickly discover that things can unravel in a hurry! A compromised LAPD Detective (Corey Haim) on the take with a crime syndicate figure want the money back and will go to any lengths to get it! Things go wrong quickly as bullets start to fly and the group finds that one thing affects another and discover that the voice of reason is not always what it appears to be. Written by
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Corey Heim's last movie. After a tragic career and life this is a fitting end. Could have been worse, but not much. I say C-
"At the time things might seem like a good idea, but later on you find out that it's only the beginning of your troubles." A group of friends are having problems with money. They don't have enough and are in desperate need. They do what any logical people would do in that situation. They rob a bank. When things go wrong the money is wanted by more then just them. A crooked cop (Heim) will do anything to get it. That's when things go from bad to worse. This movie is being promoted as Corey Heim's last movie. I think the reason they are doing that is because that is really the only reason to see this. The budget is about $20 and the acting is just above high school plays. I'm not one of those people who think that the budget a movie has is directly related to how good it is though. I look at the quality of the whole and not just one aspect. That said there is really nothing good about this at all. The idea is overused and the acting is bad. It is a shame that after starting off so promising Corey Heim went out on this movie. Overall, not a good movie to remember Heim by. Watch "Lost Boys" again instead. I give it a C-
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