Two friends get in mess when one of them inherits his uncles mustang and finds 20 million in diamonds stashed in the engine.





Credited cast:
Rosa Aguayo Rosa Aguayo ... Woman at the Church
Aktion Aktion ... Guy in loud shirt
Jonathan Andre Jonathan Andre ... Shawn Wyatt
Inez Banks Inez Banks ... Elanie Wyatt
Jonez Cain ... Vikki
Eduardo Castrillo Eduardo Castrillo ... Petit Jansen
Benjamin Colbert Benjamin Colbert ... Bread
Shawn Cunningham II Shawn Cunningham II ... Vikki's nephew
Railynne Danzot Railynne Danzot ... Maria Lee
Steve Dawson ... Dave
Amanda DoSsa Doss Amanda DoSsa Doss ... Robbies Mother (as Amanda P. Doss)
Dre Dre ... Dre
Bob Galaragan Bob Galaragan ... Donald
Reginald Garner ... Jae
Michael Grayson ... Marlons driver


When Shawn Wyatt (Jonathan Andre) inheirits a 1966 Mustang from his uncle, things go crazy when he finds a crazy amount of diamonds stashed in the engine. He and his close friend Rob (Le"Dre Turner) end up on a wild ride after a local hustler spills info about the diamonds to the local hoods. Unknowing that the original thieves are on the hunt for them. Starring Tiffany "New York" Pollard of MTV's Flava of Love and I Love New York as the sassy "Kiana" ... Written by BlackFloor Entertainment

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diamonds are forever .... unless they are stolen


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Nothing to spoil.
14 September 2018 | by casablancavicSee all my reviews

Wow...just wow.

The entire thing is just -

Yeah, not in a good way either.

So bad.

But then again, I don't want to critisize the 3 year old who wrote this, cast this, and filmed this.

There is no story.

It's so poorly constructed with just atrocious dialogue and horribly written characters.

The film maker must have gotten the script from the inside of a ceareal box - because it surely did not come from anybody who has any idea about story writing.

Wow - miserable dialog, choppy editing and camera work, unrealistic location and set design, bad direction over-all.

Still there is one saving grace to this debacle - and that was the box art - and the opening credit (which was obviously not designed by the production crew) - otherwise they would have used that same kind of production value throughout the rest of this miserable waste of time.

The only spoiler here - is that there is nothing to spoil - because there sadly is nothing really of entertaining value or interest.

Maybe another 30 rewrites and somebody who has any idea of story telling behind those rewrites could have helped dramatically.

Fellows - before you do your next disaster - (in what you call "film making") - please actually read a book or maybe take a class in how to construct something that does not bore, insult people or put them to sleep.

Oh yeah - and make it even remotely interesting - with some dialog which has sparkle and charm and brings the story somewhere - even if it's just past the first line of action...because this is really not close to interesting at all.

The only benefit for you is that I realize there was no massive budget to work with - that aside - there also was no it balances out.

Hopefully you and your friends all had fun doing this - because it certainly is not fun watching it.

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Oakland, California, USA See more »


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$175,000 (estimated)
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