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I'm still trying to comprehend, if this was a movie, after viewing it last week. I know I'm the first to review this vile pile of garbage, and I hope I'm the last. This is bottom basement movie fare, it's director seriously needs to be knocked off. Ninety percent of the dialogue awful, some of it, so laughable, a three year old could written a better script. I never got to the end of this, as I really felt disturbed by what I'd seen. It's movie relies on a paper thin story, with a few "Are you serious moments?". Young women are kidnapped, shot up with drugs to make them junkie whores, where this bearded, very tubby prick, biker sort (and we don't see all of his face) makes money from their misery, and sells them off to potential buyers. The location is some sort of holding cell, downtown. The two main females, at first are real rivals, the young, loud feisty one, a Jennifer Lawrence, Juliette Lewis looking type, the other kind of butch, more wiser, refined. Don't get me wrong, the acting is really good, but amazingly this is the only good thing about it. The most disturbing section, is of course, is when a ten year old girl, is the latest victim, is brought in, and I really don't want to go any further with this. This would of undoubtedly be one of the worst film this year. I can't believe someone would have the nerve or audacity, to make something like this, in 2017, as this is an exercise in some of the most bottom basement film making, no pun intended. As least there was some decency in the storybook scene, which kind of threw me, in light of all the heartlessness of what preceded. The video camera mounted on a number of embedded license plates was a stylish touch. Stay away from the hole. 0.5/10
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