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Black Hole (2002)

An American dream is shattered when a clean-cut suburban teenager is seduced into a life of drug abuse and eventually crime. Family and underground lives collide when a drug deal gone wrong puts his family in grave danger.

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Jorgo Ognenovski
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Jay Michael Ferguson ... Derrick
Reggie Lee ... Justin
Danica McKellar ... Rachael
Allison Lange ... Lola
Jorgo Ognenovski Jorgo Ognenovski ... Peter
John Milton Branton John Milton Branton ... Diamond
Kathrin Middleton ... Jane (as Kathrin Lautner)
Peter Holden ... Diego (as Peter Asle Holden)
Atticus Todd ... Charlie
Garrett Brawith ... Richey
Ryan Slater Ryan Slater ... Palmer
Jeff Sable ... Nelson
Mark DeCarlo ... Malone
Alana Burton Alana Burton ... ER Doctor
Wanda Colon Wanda Colon ... Brenda (as Wanda Capra)
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An American dream is shattered when a clean-cut suburban teenager is seduced into a life of drug abuse and eventually crime. Family and underground lives collide when a drug deal gone wrong puts his family in grave danger.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Weak C-Movie
29 December 2007 | by scotttSee all my reviews

This film has the air of a low-budget homemade film-school movie, but without any of the creativity expected. The plot is thin, the acting is uneven, and the dialogue is bland, and the film is horribly padded with endless shots of people watching television footage of the impending disaster.

If this film were more campy or somehow seemed aware of it's own absurdity, then it could have been a entertaining movie to watch. Instead, this uninspired movie is painfully dull, and the eventual climax leaves you wondering why you didn't simply turn the DVD player off 5 minutes into the film.

See the 1979 movie by the same name instead.


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