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Take the link to see the reviews of other users who gave this film high marks and one gets the impression that they were involved in the film somehow, since it's the only movie listed in their profile.
Pamela Costa, from examiner.com called this and all star cast. That's true, if high school plays are included. This movie is a joke. It would seem that Chase Williamson must be related to the producer/director, since he couldn't get the lead in a play starring him, directed by him and produced by; you guessed it, him.
The action scenes are not action, but the camera work is passable, while not done well and the script is just plain bad. Chase looks stiff, like a dear in the headlights, and his voice over seems to have been done in one take and completely over-acted, as is most of the rest of the film.
Chase, watch a couple of boxing matches...or a couple of real movies before taking on a fight scene. Even my child knows how to make a fist, friend.
Don't wast your time on this "40s Noir Film" as one user put it. Watch grass grow instead. You'll be better off.
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