|DVD Gang of Roses 2: Next Generation
Run time: 77 min
Director: Jean-Claude La Marre
Writers: Jean-Claude La Marre
Stars: Charli Baltimore, Gabriel Casseus, Lamont Clayton
As a result of his brother’s death at the hands of the original Gang of Roses, a blood thirsty gang leader… See full synopsis »
|Plot Keywords: street shootout, cowgirl, cowboy, saloon, horse|
Release Date: 10 February 2012 (USA)
Wow! How bad can a movie be? I'm desperately trying to think of a way to get my money back from Wal-Mart. Actually, now that I think about it, perhaps I'll keep this DVD. I've heard laughing is good for you and this film made me laugh out loud many times. Unfortunately, I laughed out loud because this movie was so bad, not because it's a comedy. Terrible acting, horrific sound quality (you can't even understand what the actors are saying sometimes), terrible nonsensical story…need I go on. I looked at this film each time I was in the store for the last week. Even after seeing 1.7 stars on IMDb, my western addiction finally got the best of me, causing me to lay out eighteen of my hard earned dollars. Time for an intervention. Help me please!
I watched the first twenty minutes of the film and couldn't even put myself through the agony. I didn't write this review for the audience because I hope any movie goer is smart enough to know that this film is beyond a joke. I wrote this review, hoping that the director would randomly come to IMDb and read the reviews. this film is terrible. There's no plot and the script is horrendous. Usually when a script is bad, at least you have some good actors to do their best to bring the movie to life. Unfortunately, the only good actor in this entire movie is Kellita Smith and I'm pleasantly surprised that she even agreed to do this sorry excuse for a film.
This movie is the result of a bored man with a little bit of money who thinks he can write a western, hire a bunch of mildly pretty women with a sub par fan base in hopes that his movie will sell. Sorry to say, I'd rather watch The Last Airbender one hundred times than see this movie again. Even if a movie is bad, I still push myself to watch the entire thing because I'm not a quitter. but this….this was embarrassing. Whose idea was it to put Rocsi, Teyana Taylor, Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa in a western? Whose idea was it to cast actors who have no southern accent? Whose idea was it to use costume coins as money for Teyana Taylor to pay for her drink? Who did the sound design because they should be fired?
It's a known fact that if a character in your movie dies and the audience doesn't "care", then the director didn't do his job. When Charlie Baltimore died I didn't care at all.
Like I said, I only watched the first 20-25 minutes of the film. It wasn't even worth seeing the "new Gang of Roses" come together for their supposed mission. I hope the director sees this review and realizes that script writing and directing is not his gift and he needs to leave it to the professionals.