A reporter stumbles upon the journal of a murderer replete with plans to butcher specific people, and investigates on his own, finding that every trail leads to a 9-year-old orphan living in a group home.
Cuba Gooding Jr.,
A policeman gets killed and the short-staffed police chief sends for a few experienced officers to support him in his fight with organized crime. Meanwhile, a conflict between local gangster groups escalates.
Laura becomes concerned when fellow members of a former jury begin dying according to their seat numbers. As her number nears, she races to find out what is causing the unexplained killings before she becomes a victim.
Cuba Gooding Jr.,
Vulgarities or not, I'm always more attracted to good storyline. Seeing that it's a recent movie, I thought at the very least it should be more presentable. Alas, what do I see, but gratuitous almost sex scenes (with no private part exposure), excessive foul language, and bad acting from the side characters left a nasty nasty taste in my mouth.
The acting is even more forced and unnatural than acting school, and these mafias (not the most difficult role) can't even do it convincingly. However I must make special mention and (I specially went to find out his name)Zion Lee playing Rook if i'm not wrong, the guy who is naked half the time and speaks nothing but F words, wins the champion in bad acting. It's so bad, I don't even feel like wasting my words to explain why.
Heavily laden with drug abuse, sexual content, and obscenities, on the overall, it's crass and unwarranted. A movie experience that people in this century shouldn't even be experiencing.
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