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Sam and Fordy run a credit card fraud scheme, but when they steal from the wrong man, they find themselves threatened by a sadistic gangster. They need to raise £2m and pull off a daring diamond heist to clear their debt.
BC's illegal marijuana trade industry has evolved into a business giant, dubbed by some involved as 'The Union', Commanding upwards of $7 billion Canadian annually. With up to 85% of 'BC ... See full summary »
I have to give this movie a B- just because the ending really made me uncomfortable and angry. The film has a nice pace and if you have ever done anything that you knew was dodgy and were nervous about getting caught, the beginning of the film really brought back that same feeling of dread and excitement that I had. The acting is excellent and if anything this movie is too realistic which is why the inevitable ending is pretty excruciating to watch. However the movie is fun and makes you wistful at the end of it because they really could have had it all if they were not so (cussing) greedy. It really is sickening that you can get life in prison for selling pot to me. All of the violence and tax evasion that are associated with weed are totally unnecessary. How many houses and boats and personal property has the government stolen from its citizens? I am sure Budweiser and Dupont and all of the pharm companies are lobbying like crazy as we speak buying our elected officials golf trips to Scotland and letting them borrow their ferraris and vacation homes.
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