Upon his release from jail, two-bit thug Don Keys gets caught up in the kidnapping plot of a mobster's daughter.






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Cast overview, first billed only:
Don Keys
Gregory Wilson ...
Ricky Jarnesky
Cassandra Petrella ...
Bella Riccoli
Joseph Riccoli
Greg Hiscock ...
Detective Russell
Agent Toback
Wayne Wilson ...
Agent Leadman
Allison Brennan ...
Valerie Casault ...
Adrian Langley ...
Mark Slacke ...
Kenny B. ...
The Bartender
Tommy Sarno


Upon his release from jail, two-bit thug Don Keys gets caught up in the kidnapping plot of a mobster's daughter.

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Release Date:

27 January 2010 (Canada)  »

Also Known As:

Mobs, Gangs & Guns  »

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CAD 5,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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If you like 'em cheap, miscast, and clichéd, this is the one for you!
20 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Like the previous poster, I was lured in by the high score and the lone (as of 2/2012) external critic's review, a rave recommendation whose author I now realize was either bribed by the filmmakers or mentally impaired.

It's not a truly terrible movie, but if you're a fan of this genre, trust me, there's nothing and I mean nothing here that you haven't seen better elsewhere. And if you're not a big fan, there's nothing much here for you at all.

I tried my damnedest to suspend disbelief enough to buy the cornfed doughboy star as a hardcore ex-con bad-ass, but neither of us could make the woeful miscasting work for a second. The lonesome solo guitar score borrows heavily from Amores Perros and a dozen other indies, the myriad dispensable peripheral characters are quirky knockoffs of the Boondock Saints knockoffs of Reservoir Dogs, and the picture has been run through some sort of artsy-fartsy digital filter to give the whole movie a drab urine-bathed look.

In all fairness, it's obvious this movie was made by well-intentioned and possibly talented young folks with big dreams but small money. And if they keep working at it, these guys might go on to make some fine movies in a few years. For now, tho, they simply lack the judgment and vision to rise above their lo-rez limitations.

I don't regret watching Donkey, but I also never intend to watch it again nor to urge my friends to see it. Unless you're related to somebody on the crew or on a mission to watch every single low-budget crime movie ever made, you're probably better off finding some other way to fill your time.


--Big Gus

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