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No man can serve two masters.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Steven Sutherland ... Red
Melissa Anschutz ... Dana
Michael Joiner ... Tony Hanson
DJ Perry ... Donnie
Carl Weyant ... Carlos (as Carlucci Weyant)
Mayra Leal ... Angela
Shane Hagedorn ... Shawn Nichols
Abigail Mason ... Jesse
Bello Pizzimenti Bello Pizzimenti ... Vargas
Drew Wise Drew Wise ... Jake
Josh Carrizales Josh Carrizales ... Ponch
Tim Holmes ... Axel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Boyd ... Dr. Strauss
Steve Carley Steve Carley ... Prison Inmate
Mary Grace Casanova Mary Grace Casanova ... Aunt Concha
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No man can serve two masters.

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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

5 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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So bad it is hard to watch
12 July 2014 | by dloslerSee all my reviews

I wanted to like this movie, but I just couldn't. I am all from promoting locally made movies, but this one is so hard to watch I just can't, in good conscience, recommend it. The story is predictable and weak. The acting leaves a lot to be desired. The whole thing seems sort of haphazardly assembled without any real thought. Worst of all it is so obvious that they didn't have much money to shoot it. So everything looks like it was filmed in the nearest spare room they could find. (That gives it the look of a cheap porno movie where they try to make you believe that the action takes place in a real school or a bar) The acting is stiff and completely unbelievable, which is due in part to casting quite a few "twenty somethings" as teenagers.


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