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Gang of Roses 2: Next Generation (2012)

As a result of his brother's death at the hands of the original Gang of Roses, a blood thirsty gang leader, Lee (Gabriel CASSEUS) sets out to kill Cassie (Charli BALTIMORE) the last ... See full synopsis »
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Cassie
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Lee
Lamont Clayton ...
Clyde
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Kate
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Mimi / Lead
Kyle Kalama ...
Sam
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Timmy
Jean-Claude La Marre ...
Jacob
Kyrrin Marshall ...
Sheriff green
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Bandit 2
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Collette
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Paul Michael Ramirez ...
Frisky Cowboy
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Tara X
Chris Shumway ...
Dirty Cowboy
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As a result of his brother's death at the hands of the original Gang of Roses, a blood thirsty gang leader, Lee (Gabriel CASSEUS) sets out to kill Cassie (Charli BALTIMORE) the last remaining member of the all-female gang. Learning that Cassie is set to be hung, Lee heads for the jail in order to exact revenge. Unfortunately, Lee arrives too late, and discovers Cassie was killed during an attempted jail break. Knowing that one of the girls who attempted to break Cassie out is part of the new Gang of Roses, Lee seeks the Gang out with intent of exacting his revenge on them instead. Unaware of Lee's intentions, the new Gang of Roses: Collette (Eurika PRATTS), Kate (Rocsi DIAZ), Candi (Teyana TAYLOR) and Mimi (Claudia JORDAN), make plans to rob a military payroll worth a half million dollars. With the safe combination they obtained from Cassie before she died, the Gang of Roses sets out to rob the payroll, completely oblivious to the fact that Lee and his men have slaughtered the ...

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Awful is an Understatement
19 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

Wow! How bad can a movie be? I'm desperately trying to think of a way to get my money back from Wal-Mart. Actually, now that I think about it, perhaps I'll keep this DVD. I've heard laughing is good for you and this film made me laugh out loud many times. Unfortunately, I laughed out loud because this movie was so bad, not because it's a comedy. Terrible acting, horrific sound quality (you can't even understand what the actors are saying sometimes), terrible nonsensical story...need I go on. I looked at this film each time I was in the store for the last week. Even after seeing 1.7 stars on IMDb, my western addiction finally got the best of me, causing me to lay out eighteen of my hard earned dollars. Time for an intervention. Help me please!


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