GUNS, GIRLS AND GAMBLING ( MA)
Just because you can make a movie doesn’t mean you should, and some friend of writer/ director/ producer Michael Winnick should have tapped him on the shoulder and told him the same thing. He’s overexcited with this crime caper, which centres around a stolen Native American mask, a group of Elvis impersonators – one of whom perpetrated the crime – and several assassins out to secure the artefact for their various owners. Credit goes to Winnick for being able to attract a name cast but the script is terrible and the ‘‘ too- coolfor- school’’ styling is even worse.
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