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A suicidal older man, Gordon Trout, is kidnapped for his car and money by three runaway teenagers who live on the streets. Their experiences together make them a close-knit family, but the nature of the crime committed could tear them apart. The intricacies of these complex relationships are explored through an emotional story with twists and turns. Written by
I picked up the box to this movie and thought....hmmmm, this looks like a crappy movie, I think I'll watch it. So I was watching it....still watching it....and it occurred to me that it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. The storyline was okay, although the script was a bit repetitive, cover similar issues more than once, and I liked the actors. Especially Shawn Hatosy, he's a hottie. And this is really the only other thing (other than Ed Wood) I've seen Martin Landau in and he wasn't bad at all. My favorite character though was Diane Venora as the mom. UUUUGGGGHHHH! What a @*#&$^!!!!! Okay, that's all. :) (8 out of 10)
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