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Tangled (1997)

A bartending mom earns extra bucks by delivering dope. Her toddler/son is becoming more worldly, so, she disconues this, but so recently that many players are known to her. The kid's dad is... See full summary »

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Yolanda Androzzo ...
Diamond James
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Carlos Menedez (as Alfredo Vicente)
Rich Komenich ...
Frank Welby
Bruce Orendorf ...
Denny Palmer
Brian Spivey ...
Mike Halloran
Gregory Thornton ...
Nate
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JC
John Hicks Pearce ...
Wolf (as John Hicks-Pearce)
Loren Lazerine ...
Horse
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Riley
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Toad (as Peter Defaria)
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Jade
Daniel Allar ...
Nick
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Pauley
Genevieve Venjohnson ...
Gloria
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A bartending mom earns extra bucks by delivering dope. Her toddler/son is becoming more worldly, so, she disconues this, but so recently that many players are known to her. The kid's dad is released from prison, gets visitation, but abducts the child. The mom seeks the pair, assisted by (1) her male roommate; and (2) the best friend of a murdered lawyer who she dated. Written by Kim Williams <KDWms@webtv.net>

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some weighty topics
16 May 2003 | by See all my reviews

I'm so far removed from this scene that I wonder if I'm qualified to comment on it. Somebody should break the ice, however, so, here goes... For the sake of her increasingly-observant pre-schooler, a bar-tending, mechanically-inclined Chicago mom quits running drugs, but dates the main man's gambling-indebted attorney, who is killed by a car bomb. Her grief is compounded when her estranged husband is released from prison and kidnaps their child to New Orleans, to where she tracks the two, accompanied by a "greasy" older guy with whom she shares living quarters; and the dead man's best friend - a sports commentator on TV. With all of these options in her life, it's nice to see the choice that she ultimately makes. It's not exactly "my type" of movie - subject matter that's "too heavy" to attract me. (I watched it only because so little about it appeared on the IMDb.) Other opinions may differ, but, mine is that this is a slightly above-average effort, sincerely-if-not-expertly acted, exuding cheapness which fits right in with the storyline. Check it out if you're in that frame of mind.


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