The hardest part about moving on is saying goodbye.

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Ash Adams

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Ash Adams
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brian Presley ... Chance
Taraji P. Henson ... Pearl
Amy Madigan ... Rose
Ed Harris ... Liam
Ash Adams ... Rath
Chad Lindberg ... Beat
Keegan Thomas Keegan Thomas ... August (as Keegan M. Thomas)
Alison Eastwood ... Kat
Peter Weller ... Eddie
Peter Greene ... Sonny
Rance Howard ... Harry
Sharon Gless ... Sue
Jesse D. Goins ... Bookman
Sam Hargrave ... Axel
Antonio Fargas ... Jay
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The hardest part about moving on is saying goodbye.

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Crime

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Rated R for violence, pervasive language, some drug and sexual content | See all certifications »
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Director Ash Adams saw actor Jullian Dulce Vida's demo reel on YouTube and called Jullian in to a meeting. Ash Adams liked him so much he literally created the part of "Blancos Lobos" for Jullian at that meeting. See more »

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During a raid early in the movie, Rath's badge, which he is wearing around his neck, keeps disappearing and reappearing. See more »

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entertaining enough but nothing to write home about
22 November 2010 | by phaenomenalbertSee all my reviews

I am giving a rather low rating for a movie that is, shot for a low budget of $650000 in only a few weeks, surprisingly well made. I'll try my best to explain why, without spoiling any aspect of the story:

the movie starts out strong as the main character Chance, a drug dealer released from prison after five years is trying hard to change his live for the better. what's not to like about this beginning? Chance is likable (and cute) enough, no surprise here: we want him to succeed but we almost instantly sense that chances for Chance are slim!

the more the story evolves and presents its challenges to our "hero to be", the more all the characters are evolving into rather overdone caricatures, loaded with stereotypes ...

Writer/Producer/Director/Actor Adams meant well but in the end only manages to deliver a well executed movie with an o.k. story but totally lacking convincing characters. This, however is only my personal opinion and should not keep anyone from watching the movie.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 April 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Once Fallen See more »

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California, USA See more »

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