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When a group of friends decide to pull a bank heist to get out from underneath their money troubles. They quickly discover that things can unravel in a hurry! A compromised LAPD Detective (Corey Haim) on the take with a crime syndicate figure want the money back and will go to any lengths to get it! Things go wrong quickly as bullets start to fly and the group finds that one thing affects another and discover that the voice of reason is not always what it appears to be.Written by
ZRK 1 Pictures
I started really getting into Corey Haim films when I was 7 years old around 1992. That's when I got hooked on films like Lost boys, Dream A little Dream and Lucas. Fast forward 19 years later, for the very first time I found myself in the movie theater waiting for my first Corey Haim movie on the big screen. I went into the movie with high expectations. I won't give away any details about screen time or anything like that. I will say this, Corey absolutely dominates every scene he is in. His on screen presence is something you cannot teach. I was not let down at all by his performance. The supporting cast struggles to keep up with Corey and ultimately just didn't do it for me. I don't this as a mainstream movie at all and would ultimately bomb at the box office.
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