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When Taz (Simon Rex),an adopted son of a well-known drug dealer who's staying in the family business, makes a deal with the devil, he enjoys the good life until it comes time to pay his due that is.
I sincerely don't know which was worse, the atrociously clichéd dialog or the corny overblown way said dialog was delivered. The only reason i even gave it a chance, the usual greatness of Ving Rhames, couldn't save this turkey. King of the avenue? This film would be lucky to be the jester of some worthless side street.
Eye Candy: 2 extras briefly get topless and one ass
My Grade: D
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