Cody and Kimberly are building a new life together. Samaad has revived the underground fights and wants Cody back to score a big payday, but a shadowy figure has sinister plans for all of them in this sequel to The Fearless One (2017).
A pharmaceutical sales rep visits a small town in Louisiana on business. He finds himself in a dark world of corruption and murder with 24 hours to live, running from the police, the mob and a sheriff that wants him dead.
Stephen Cyrus Sepher
Christa B. Allen,
In the streets of America, murder has taken over and a ruthless killer in the form of a vigilante is on the loose. It's up to a seasoned detective and his squad to solve the crimes and track down the mysterious vigilante.
Wasted Talent is a gritty documentary where director Steve Stanulis and producer Noel Ashman together examine the temptations and struggles many young celebrities go through on their rise ... See full summary »
Drea de Matteo,
A group of street kids find that the only way to make it through the day is to hold onto their dreams while their reality is eating out of dumpsters, turning tricks and squatting in abandoned buildings.
As my title suggests, one of those nice breezy films that keeps you occupied for a little more than an hour and leaves you feeling pretty good at the end. Simple premise. Pleasant execution. Dash of humor. Likable characters.
It basically a film about positive thinking and gives you a reason to shed cynicism. All the actors were quite decent and fit the bill. All in all, a good independent film far more pleasing compared to mainstream movies that spend a ton of money and end up leaving the viewer cheated. I would definitely call Rob Greenberg's directorial debut a success.
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