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Dust Up (2012)

A former vigilante who has embraced his peaceful nature comes to the aid of a young mother in trouble with a cannibalistic drug lord.

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Buzz (as Jeremiah W. Birkett)
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Devin Barry ...
Mo
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John Karyus ...
Cookie
Bo Roberts ...
Baby Lucy
Brad Grusnick ...
Red
Frank Fowler ...
Alberto
Morris Lasio ...
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A one-eyed vigilante (Gaffey) with a dark past has vowed to change his ways, trading his machine gun for a yoga mat. But when he encounters a beautiful young mother (Benson) in deep trouble with a cannibalistic drug lord and his evil goons, he realizes that justice must be served. Teamed up with his smooth-talking Native American hipster sidekick, our hero rides into the bad ass brawl of the century. Written by Anonymous

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It's going down.


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28 September 2012 (USA)  »

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Director Ward Roberts originally thought about playing Buzz. See more »

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Hellbound (Theme from Dust Up)
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Grindhouse Western...
9 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A former vigilante who has embraced his peaceful nature comes to the aid of a young mother in trouble with a cannibalistic drug lord.

You know, any plot that has "cannibalistic drug lord" in it should automatically be good. And especially in the hands of Troma (which this, sadly, is not). This film is not what I expected, and although I was hesitant to get into it, I really liked the humor.

Sure, you can talk about the film's bright, vibrant style and use of color, but the humor... wow. From the hitchhiker and his legendary "jobs" to the "butt dial" joke, and even wondering what might be coming out of the pipes... and even a Hoobastank reference? Weird.

I guess if I have to be critical, I would say that eye patches work best when it looks like the person actually wears one. Does the main actor actually wear one? My guess is no, because he seems awkward. However, he also happens to be such a smooth operator that I do not care (though I think having him without a patch might have helped and would be less distracting).


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