A young drug dealer Dusty, is torn between the money and getting out. When his partner Christian, is caught up in a kidnapping and murder scheme. Dusty and King come to his rescue but only ...
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A young drug dealer Dusty, is torn between the money and getting out. When his partner Christian, is caught up in a kidnapping and murder scheme. Dusty and King come to his rescue but only after having to pay a hefty price. Christian ends up loosing everything and spending the rest of his life in exile.Written by
York Alec Shackleton
Kush doesn't fire. I don't if it's because I'm tired of low budget movies trying to rip off Hollywood movies or if Kush is weak on it's own merits. I agree with other reviewers that this was an attempt to cash in on Alpha Dog with Timberlake. Funny poop about it is Alpha Dog wasn't a movie worth ripping off. It was a so-so Hollywood movie itself. I rented Kush because of what I saw and read on it's cover. Director York Shackelton showed glimpses there is a director under there. Maybe next time they will get original enough to make their own move not a alpha Dog rip off. Like a 5th grade book report I will close out with IN CONCLUSION KUSH WAS A WEAK MOVIE NOT WORTH WATCHING. THANK YOU.
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