Nine convicts escape from prison; most are convicted murders. They commandeer a van from a strip club. Their plan is to find a stash of counterfeit money that a deranged cell mate told them...
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Nine convicts escape from prison; most are convicted murders. They commandeer a van from a strip club. Their plan is to find a stash of counterfeit money that a deranged cell mate told them about, divide it, then part ways. They make it to the site where the money is supposed to be hidden, and then one by one, each seeks out the place he wants to be, a version of home, somewhere to connect. Will it end well for any of them?Written by
We live in the asshole of the universe. Which makes us constipated shit and the guards diuretics.
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I didn't find this movie very appealing or interesting. It's kind of bizarre and crazy in a David Lynch meets Tarrantino type of way, but there is no tension, it just meanders along. Also none of the characters, nine prison escapees, is really relatable or makes you want stick around. In one word, it's boring.
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