Set in post hurricane New Orleans. A brutal Mexican drug lord busts out of jail to retrieve the $15 million that his girlfriend is hiding. Can he find the girl and the cash before the cops ...
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Set in post hurricane New Orleans. A brutal Mexican drug lord busts out of jail to retrieve the $15 million that his girlfriend is hiding. Can he find the girl and the cash before the cops track him down?Written by
" If you can find the girl, you can find the Cash "
This is a movie called " Jump out boys ", but was peddled as a film called " Lords of The Streets. " Watching this film one asks the question, why Kris Kristofferson? Was he just looking for work of any kind? He is a top notched actor and has proved himself in many other films. So why this film? I can only ascertain that the man is unemployed, and has to do something to pay the bills. With very little screen time, one can only watch the movie with patience and regret. The story is that of a Mexican Warlord who has the where-with-all to plan a superb Prison escape and then searches for his girl-friend accomplice who now works as a government informant. Indeed, after the daring escape, which is the best part of the film, the movie is all down hill as the ruthless leader, begins making mistakes everywhere. Kris Kristofferson plays Raymond, an aging New Orleans Officer, who gives his partner 90 percent of the story line and then humbly takes bows. The movie itself is poor, the acting is second rate and the rest of the movie is standard at best. It's far from a great film and one wonders if there is a refund. Except for some selected scenes, the movie is not recommended to anyone save those who are forced to sit through the rest of this second rate movie. **
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