After a series of police operations to bikers and the Italian mafia has come to upset the balance of power between Montreal criminal groups, the strip club the Kingdom, long recognized as a... See full summary »

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Michel Jetté

Writer:

Michel Jetté
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Emmanuel Auger ... L'Kid
Paul Dumas Frappier Paul Dumas Frappier ... Loosecanon (as Bad News Brown)
Pat Lemaire ... Papy
Dara Lowe Dara Lowe ... Catherine
Robert Pace Robert Pace ... Le Boss
Jézabel Drolet Jézabel Drolet ... Lou
Sylvain Beauchamps Sylvain Beauchamps ... Tank
Alain Nadro Alain Nadro ... Momo
Constant Gagné Constant Gagné ... Shrink
Paul Dion Paul Dion ... Victor
Giuseppe 'Pino' Giancaspro Giuseppe 'Pino' Giancaspro ... 'Brain' Martiano
Jacques Kartier Jacques Kartier ... Bam Bam
Louis-David Morasse Louis-David Morasse ... Buzz
Dj Crook Dj Crook ... Mongol (as DJ Crook)
Patrick Clarke Patrick Clarke ... Joseph 'Grip' Dandicat
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After a series of police operations to bikers and the Italian mafia has come to upset the balance of power between Montreal criminal groups, the strip club the Kingdom, long recognized as a neutral territory is attacked by LB 11, a particularly violent street gang. Papy, the owner of the place is immediately call his former brothers in arms become gatekeepers to chase unwanted bar. Under the supervision of the Kid and the feedback provided by Catherine, a former LB 11, this highly trained tactical team will try to put some order into this mess, at the risk of their own lives. Written by Anonymous

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French | English | Italian

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1 April 2011 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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worse than expected (awful...)
27 August 2011 | by xboxlivemurphySee all my reviews

Director/writer Michel Jetté fails to recreate the greatness of his previous 2 movies. In those movies, Jetté offered a powerful insider's look into the criminal world's rituals, power struggles & such. In this one, bunch of clichés flying around entwine with lines from SUN TZU's book ''The art of war''. An outsider's superficial look into the criminal ways of street gangs.

First half of the movie was plain awful, especially the acting. The second part fell short of creating exciting action. In the ''Québécois'' landscape, Bumrush might fare quite well cause in Quebec, when it comes to movies & television, everything is shoestring budget with mainly poor acting. Internationally, this movie stands no chance.

1) Lack of budget means you settle for amateurish acting and takes. 2) Poor script did nothing to save a promising idea. 3) One would think a director/writer would improve the third time around.

Was I expecting too much out of this movie? Anyway, complete let down...


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