DVD - 2014
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The director of Smokin' Aces brings you into the world of Kevin Stretch, a Hollywood limo driver with a dark past. When Stretch is in need of quick cash to pay back his debts to a notorious gangster, he takes a job with a billionaire client in hopes of a big payday. His client's eccentricities soon escalate into a wild night of adventure, sex, and danger which begins to make the fate of returning to the mob empty-handed seem reasonable.
Publisher: [United States] : Universal, 2014.
Edition: Widescreen ed.
Branch Call Number: STRE
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 95 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.


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Dec 15, 2015

Wild movie that does make much sense.

Dec 10, 2015

action fun all the way, good story.

Oct 10, 2015

Fun, fun and more fun. Right from the beginning it goes into the movie. No "play, scene selection, subtitles"..just right in to the film.
NOT for kids. Don't take it seriously,please, just enjoy it. The Out-takes during the credit roll are hilarious, too.

Aug 16, 2015

The weirdness was too silly to hold my interest.
The Chris Pine character was the last straw. His bare butt sliding down a car windshield... enuff said.

May 15, 2015

Pretty good for a movie I'd never heard of. Not nearly as original as "Smoking Aces" but better than most of the big name movies out there.

Apr 24, 2015

A wild and crazy film even for Hollywood, but all for fun and games. Though without caption, many memorable cynical and hopeless "Noir dialogue," see examples in quotes.

trinity6 Mar 02, 2015

Very UNREALISTIC, kind of a bit too overdone for shock value and plain weird and predictable. It'll keep you watching though just to see how the "star" gets out of all the jams he constantly and continuously gets into. Sappy ending.


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Apr 24, 2015

Stretch on his own fate:

Whether that fate is a wrath-of-God-like beating from Boris (thug after him) there, or just wasting away in a life I never intended to live, it's got me cornered now. God, he's really big. Maybe all this was inevitable. Facing this now. Figuring it out on the fly. Life doesn't allow you to rehearse. You just have and learn.

Maybe losing my job is like part of some plan.

I don't believe in fate, destiny. To me life's nothing but timing.

I don't know how it sort of snowballed on me. Just one thing led to another and... Look at me. It doesn't take much to go from good to bad. Smallest, dumbest little twist of fate sometimes. I didn't believe in that, "fate," before last night.

My friend, everything happens for a reason. Has to be that way. It'd be too depressing otherwise.

Apr 24, 2015

Stretch: But right now, you're gonna give me that goddxxn briefcase, or I'm gonna turn this VIP room into a goddxxn pig roast with more cops than you can count. When the smoke clears, and you're in LA County, hip-deep in hardened cons who wanna double park their dicks in your hind hole, you're gonna be wishing you had this moment back. Wishing that you had taken the word of a heavily decorated, veteran police officer, instead of trying to play tough guy in your tennis whites. So come on, Crayola, you wanna color or what?

Apr 24, 2015

Opening car crash scene:
Stretch: If you like stories about chance and coincidence and fate...then here's one you've never heard. Boy meets girl...Girl almost kills boy by running a red light at rush hour. Boy is T-boned at over 60 miles per hour.. And survives with barely a scratch.
Other Driver: Are you drunk?
Stretch: Not anymore. Is that cocaine on your nose? Between the bottle and the sports book ... boy had lost his way in the City of Angels. Until he found one. The one he's been looking for his entire life.
Candace: I'm sorry, I didn't see the light
Stretch: Well, don't go towards it now … Boy falls in love in that second, and knows his luck is about to change.


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