Donkey (2010)

  |  Action, Crime, Drama


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Upon his release from jail, two-bit thug Don Keys gets caught up in the kidnapping plot of a mobster's daughter.


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1 June 2013 | kingchoc
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| The worst film I've seen in ... ever
I actually felt like taking time out of my day, to sign up, and review this steaming turd because it was that awful. If writers/directors can get funding and sell this film to premium cable movie channels I might just be the next Quentin Tarantino. This film's script is what really chaps my doughnut more than anything else. This person (whoever it is, I don't care) must be completely alienated from the real world not to mention he must be absolutely clueless when it comes to the world of crime. The lines are so terrible, wow, the characters are so unbelievable, the lines sound like they were written by a 45 year old woman with a wrong impression about what these 'criminals' talk and do everyday. Absolutely no research into the topic of field. The characters look/act like nerds who dressed up and used bad words for the first time since they smoked that joint behind the dumpsters when they were 15. Most nerds I know are more gangster than these guys. An attempt at creating a terrible Guy Ritchie ripoff that bombs terribly. Yes, the director attempted to get that 'Guy Ritchie' feel for a bit, then it just goes into 'The Wire' from hell. Completely unfunny diatribe. Sickening, if whoever gave these schmucks money wants a proper script give me a call, we can do lunch. The moral of the story? Write what you know, don't write a crime story when you know **** all about crime.

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