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After a man gets out of prison, he decides to go straight and leave his life of crime behind him. However, when he gets home he finds that his brother is in danger and the family farm is in foreclosure. He plans to take revenge on those responsible, but finds that he may have taken on more than he can handle.Written by
The fact that financing was actually found to make this travesty is appalling and miraculous. That Michael Ironside would lend his name to this abomination is nothing short of heart stopping, no one can possibly be that hard up for cash. The script, if you can call it that, deals with an ex con teaming up with a bunch of other misfits and they then proceed to go on a multi state crime spree whose main objective seems to be stealing as much junk food as possible. Scenes seem to have been shot in back alleys, hovels and condemned property. Shoot outs and chases are everything but, and acting isn't even third rate. The cameraman seems to be having a seizure throughout. The lighting, sets and soundtrack are minimal and if you've heard of any of the performers, you're way ahead of me.
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