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Got a chance to buy this DVD after hearing about it from a friend, and I would highly recommend it.
This is not your typical, big budget Hollywood movie, and in this case that's a good thing.
I'm a big fan of movies like Pulp Fiction, Sin City, Snatch, and Reservoir Dogs, and while this movie leans a bit more to the comedy side than the movies above, I would put it in a similar category.
Mike Starr and the extremely hot Diora Baird deliver great performances and really made this movie worth picking up for me. While the star is Randy Spelling, these two actors shine and are a joy to watch in every scene and really made the movie worthwhile.
If you are looking for a crime movie a bit on the indie side to pick up, or are just tired of the same old movies, this is worth your time.
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