The "Our Take" review of this title examines the film's artistic merits and does not take into account any of the possibly objectionable material listed below. The following is a brief summary of the content found in this R-rated drama.
Profanity consists of at least 91 "f" words, while other expletives and colorful phrases are uttered. Sexually related dialogue some of it explicit is present, as is a sex scene with nudity , while female to male oral sex occurs just off camera and a cop sexually gropes a woman while frisking her.
Violence includes a person being shot and killed with bloody results , an unseen murder, a man shooting at another man and seemingly hitting his young daughter but she's perfectly fine afterwards , other threatening with guns, some fighting, and a hit and run with bloody results. Some of those scenes may be unsettling or suspenseful for some viewers, while all sorts of bad attitudes criminal, racist and other are present.
A person is noted as being a junkie and a drug related comment is made, while some characters smoke, a couple has problems in their marriage and a woman sees her dead adult son in the morgue. Should you still be concerned about the film's appropriateness for yourself or anyone else in your home, you may want to look more closely at our detailed listings for more specific information regarding the film's content. Graham finds a needle and spoon for drug use in his mom's place and we then see that she's a junkie.
Graham says that a dead cop was probably coked out of his mind. Not paying attention where he's driving, Anthony hits a person on the road, dragging the victim beneath their stolen SUV for a bit not seen. We then see the man's face that's very bloody. Dixon tells Thomas that he should use an "uncontrollable flatulence" problem as a reason to be removed as Ryan's partner. Anthony and Peter take their stolen SUV to a chop shop, but the owner isn't happy with unseen blood on it. We see Ryan's father seated on the toilet, but don't see or hear any related activity he's having problems going.
Christine has a little bit of blood on her head following a car accident. We see the flash of a cop shooting a guy in his car, with blood then coming from the guy's mouth. We see blood on a dead man's shirt. A man's face is very cut up seen in a hospital. An Asian woman meanly states that Mexicans don't know how to drive. In response, Ria who's Hispanic makes fun of the Asian woman's accent, saying "blake" for brake.
A white gun shop owner tells Farhad to "plan the jihad on your own time. A comment is made that someone "Shot himself the wrong nigger.
Rick wanted to pin a medal on a black guy and is surprised and upset that the person he chose isn't black. Ryan pushes Cameron to his SUV and manhandles Christine during a traffic stop including doing some sexual frisking of her -- his hand going up her dress. We then see the man's face that's very bloody and he screams off camera as they drag him off the road where they drop him hard to the sidewalk and leave him as a hit and run victim.
Anthony and Peter refer to an Asian man as a "Chinaman. Ria is upset with Graham for calling her a Mexican, with him half-jokingly replying, "Who brought them all together and taught them how to park their cars on the lawn? A producer complains to Cameron that a black actor is talking "less black" and is concerned about that for the show. Ryan meets Shaniqua and comments on the five white guys who didn't get her job due to her skin color. A cop official blackmails Graham over his missing brother in exchange for framing a bad cop and Graham reluctantly goes along with that.
We see that Farhad, armed with his handgun, is waiting for Daniel. He then confronts and holds his gun on Daniel. The cop then dumps the body, leaves the scene and then burns his car to destroy any evidence of the crime. We see that a man had been transporting Asian slaves in the back of his van. A chop shop owner uses the term "chinks" when referring to Asians and then states that he'll sell them himself.
Later, however, Anthony frees all of them. Graham arrives at the scene of a dead body discovery and sees one of the victim's shoes, but we don't see the body at this point we do later in the film. Ryan comes across an accident scene where one car is on fire and another is on its roof and leaking gasoline with a woman trapped inside.
It turns out to be Christine who then freaks out upon seeing Ryan who earlier molested her during a traffic stop. He nevertheless races to get her out as the gasoline spreads toward the burning car. As her car is then on fire, he desperately works to free her, but others drag him out, leaving her there in the burning vehicle. He then dives back in and manages to get her out before the car explodes.
He then confronts and holds his gun on Daniel, with the latter's daughter seeing this. She then rushes out to save her dad with the imaginary protective force field he earlier gave her and Farhad accidentally shoots her she seems to be hit, but is then okay with no apparent ill effect. Anthony and Peter carjack Cameron who's not in the mood for that. He opens his door into Anthony and then hits and kicks him, with Peter then aiming his gun at Cameron. When they hear police sirens, Peter takes off, but Cameron and Anthony struggle over control of a handgun.
A police chase ensues, with cops then aiming shotguns and handguns at Cameron who gets out and walks toward them, mad at what's occurred and armed known to us, but not the cops. They tell him to stop and get more edgy, but he won't until Thomas cools the situation.
Thomas gives a ride to Peter, unaware of who or what he is a carjacker. Once Thomas begins to get suspicious and sees Peter reaching for something, Thomas reaches for his gun.