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John H. Brennan
Tank shoots a hole in Sugar Wolf's right hand. In the reverse shot (behind Sugar Wolf), there is no hole in his hand. In the following shot - again from Tank's point of view - the hole has returned. See more »
Give him his motherfuckin' money, you platypus-lookin' motherfucker!
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The intense symbolism and masterful writing of the classic playwrights mixed with the stunning cinematography the finest modern day film makers. "Big Money Rustlas" combines these elements with some of the most absolutely brilliant actors in the business. The story follows the character of Sheriff Sugar Wolf played by Joseph "Shaggy 2 Dope" Utsler in his struggle to redeem a town plagued by the notorious criminal Big Baby Chips, portrayed by master thespian Joseph Bruce aka "Violent J". Perhaps most astounding is the numerous and intriguing parallels drawn between "Big Money Rustlas" and it's sister film, "Big Money Hustlas". While either film stands as a solid and extremely significant work on it's own, the two of them together reflect on each other in such a way that introduces new perspectives and new ideas into both. For many critics, "Citizen Kane" tops the list as one of the best films of all time. Well, I say, "Eat your heart out, Orson Wells, because Joseph Bruce aka "Violent J" is here, and he all he wants is his mothafuckin' monaaay!
"Big Money Rustlas" is truly a must have for every film collector and juggalo alike!
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