Dutch Kills (2015)

TV-MA   |    |  Crime, Drama, Thriller


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A desperate ex-con is forced to gather his old crew for one last job to pay off his sister's debt to a dangerous local criminal.


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31 July 2018 | vchimpanzee
Pretty good, I guess, if you want to root for the bad guys
Dutch Kills is a street in New York City, as we see in one of the early scenes.

Ash is out of prison. Tony the Bartender is ready to take him in and give him anything he needs. I have to assume since there was a parole officer in the credits that he is the voice telling Ashley all the things that he could do wrong which will send him right back to prison.

Valentino (or Val) was in prison but he has been out for a while. He loses his job at a garage because there's not enough work for two people. As hard as she works, his sister Gina (who has a young daughter Janelle) is in debt to Lou and if Valentino doesn't do a job for Lou with his friends, Lou will find another way to collect.

Ash is one of the friends that Val asks to help him with this job. There is also Cal, who plays guitar on the street for whatever people will put in his cup. And Daisy also joins the group.

Lou is a drug dealer, among other things, and in addition to threatening people who owe him money, he owes money to someone whose goons beat him up to show she means business. There is one more detail you need to know about Lou, but it's better if you find out the way I did.

Val starts dating his pretty neighbor Vane (sounds like Bonnie to me). Ash also has a romantic relationship with Daisy.

There are two bars. Tony's is dark and depressing but the people are friendly. Tony is a great guy with a definite Irish accent. Charlie's looks good but people get threatened and beat up there. Plus one room apparently had Pol Pot do the designing.

One job isn't enough for Lou. He wants the group to do another job, and once again, he shows he means business.

This is a depressing movie. There are a few laughs, especially from Daisy's mom in one scene, but not enough.

One positive feature of the movie is Val. Sure, he has committed some crimes and is forced to do so here, but he's a good guy. He's enjoyable to watch and you want to root for him.

Lou has few redeeming qualities but the actor playing him does a good job.

Ash is harder to like but I guess we want to see him succeed as well.

This is not family friendly. So many words are bleeped out that in some scenes there's not a whole lot left to explain what's going on. But I suppose it's not excessively violent.

If you like this sort of thing, I suppose this is a good movie.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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$25,000 (estimated)

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