He just woke up. He's in a hospital. He can't move. He can't remember who he is. Memories begin to flood back to him as he regains consciousness. He was part of a heist gone wrong. One of a...
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He just woke up. He's in a hospital. He can't move. He can't remember who he is. Memories begin to flood back to him as he regains consciousness. He was part of a heist gone wrong. One of a crew of six asked to steal a briefcase from a secret vault. But that's all he can remember. He will combat the drugs and the pain and the solitude in a desperate effort to remember what happened to him and why. But once he finally reaches the end of his quest for answers he will wish he never began. Written by
a nice little cult film for people to watch and enjoy
Wow, what can i say? For a low budget film, The day Hollywood died is up there and competes with a lot of movies that have a much bigger budget and what will no doubt become a favorite cult movie for years to come. I cant believe that this film was done on such a low budget. The story plot was well written, the music score was at its finest and the characters were a mix of today's society.
Well done to the the producers and to the writer and director of the film. Also the actors, well done. If you enjoy a laugh, keep an eye out for the character Johnny Henson, played by Nenif David. For action, Crane which was played by Tommy Bradson and Ronnie Menton played by Drew Pearson. These guys are sure to be household names in the future.
Well done and cant wait to see future films from this production company.
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