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When I selected this title on a decidedly busy, rainy night w/ a slim selection, I knew I wasn't settling in for a night of Shakespeare. I saw the cast was a hodgepodge of direct-to-video staples, but I wasn't prepared for how jaw-dropping inept and poorly produced this was. The dialogue and over-the-top acting are beyond juvenile in this failed road film. This movie is a peculiar kind of train wreck as you can't help but stare at this mindless production and wonder how it ever secured a distributor. You'll also curse Quentin Tarantino and the day he was born as he was the obvious influence to this debacle. Even Tarantino, not known for his smart acting choices,knew to stay away from this drivel. I should also note that Daniel Baldwin, the least talented of an overrated acting family, shows signs he's still on the pipe, and that Mike Madsen is becoming the funniest walking self-parody since Mickey Rourke. I look forward to THEIR direct-to-video collaboration (hopefully w/ Daniel Baldwin directing).
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