A group of young drug dealers make the mistake of their lives when they front a 10-pack of Kush to a risky crack-head. Burned out of thirty grand they take matters into their own hands and scheme to kidnap the crack-head's teenage brother.
A small-town marshal who hasn't carried a gun since he left the Texas Rangers after a tragic shooting, must pick up his gun again to battle with a gang of outlaw bikers that has invaded the town to pull off a brazen and violent heist.
When an ex-romance author who is trapped in an unsatisfying marriage, decides to give love another chance with a man she met over the Internet, she finds herself caught up in a terrifying murder mystery.
A young drug dealer Dusty, is torn between the money and getting out. When his partner Christian, is caught up in a kidnapping and murder scheme. Dusty and King come to his rescue but only after having to pay a hefty price. Christian ends up loosing everything and spending the rest of his life in exile.Written by
York Alec Shackleton
I saw Kush and yes it is like the Alpha Dog movie but it is still good and the actors are good. If you like Alpha Dog you will like this. I enjoyed the actors struggle with trying to leave the drug business but being connected through ties with the family and the friends and money that made it hard to leave. I actually enjoyed Kush better than Alpha Dog because the characters seemed more real to me. There was a lot of action going on and the story was interesting the whole way through it made the point and did not drag on unnecessarily. I was really surprised to see William Atherton from Ghostbusters and James Duval from Gone With Sixty Seconds they made the movie better.
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