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  • Réalisateurs : Craig Hamman
  • Format : PAL, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Sous-titres : Espagnol
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Film 2000
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 17 avril 2000
  • Durée : 104 minutes
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  • ASIN: B00004CX50
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After being released fro prison, Jesse Page backs his old friend Larry up on a drug deal gone sour. With the drug dealers hot on his trail, Jesse has 3 days to reach Detroit where a new, clean, legitimate life awaits him. Along the way, his ties to his junkie criminal past are put to the test.....Waht is true friendship made of? How far should loyalty go? These are questions Jesse must answer on the road to his new life in this gritty thriller. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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HASH(0x97b9693c) étoiles sur 5 Mark is great 7 juin 1999
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Overall I thouroughly enjoyed Mark Dacascos performance. I thought he shows that he is more than just a "karate" guy. Though he plays a deep role on the series "The Crow: STH", this role is way deeper and alot more complex. I was brought down by the movies overall bleak feel, but its about a young man trying to get back on the right track, but his old associations seem to keep getting him in trouble. If your a Mark Dacascos fan, a must see.
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HASH(0x97872edc) étoiles sur 5 This movie is a must for Dacascos fans! 15 mars 1999
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Despite the title, this is a serious, sometimes heavy movie. It allows Mark Dacascos to act, not show off his fighting skills. It is also the first time I have ever seen Mark play the drums (for real). Just released from prison, he joins up with his former cell mate (lover?). He wants to stay out of trouble, but things just don't work out that way. He gets talked into taking part in a drug deal that goes bad, and things get worse after that. I don't want to give away the films plot or ending, but I have to say I was surprised at Dacascos' performance. Watch closely for the subtle looks he give his former cell-mate - leaving the question of their relation almost answered. He seems to have come a long way since his earlier movies, and this character is a far cry from the tough-guy roles I am used to seeing him in. If you are looking for a movie that showcases his martial arts abilities, forego this one - stick with Only the Strong. If you want to see Mark do something totally different, this is a definite must. A far cry from the Crow - in this role Mark's character portral is almost feminine. A role stretch he handles nicely.
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HASH(0x97c3f21c) étoiles sur 5 Boogie Boy is excellent 23 juin 2001
Par Mary S. - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Boogie Boy delves into the world of drugs in a unique and facinating way. The fine actors in this film do an excellent job of revealing the characters' personalities. The director brings all the layers of friendship, devotion, betrayal, mystery and action in a believable and inspiring way. Mark Dacascos is finally able to display his excellent acting skills in the role of Jessie Page. Jessie is fresh out of jail determined to stay out for good. His best friend talks him into one last drug deal which goes bad. The storyline in Boogie Boy is very good. The ending is excellent. The acting, superb. The fight scenes are very well done. The humor is great. I highly recommend this film. This film is not for younger children.
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HASH(0x97872a50) étoiles sur 5 A smart and brutal tale of friendship and betrayal. 5 mars 1999
Par Douglas R. Williams - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Mark Dacascos hooks up with his prison cellmate (and sometimes lover) Jaimz Wolvett (Schofield Kid from UNFORGIVEN), and agrees to come along on ONE MORE job. Unfortunately, the drug-buy goes bad and Dacascos (whose history in kung-fu flicks serves him well) wastes the double-crossing punks. Trouble is, the double-crossing punks were the little brothers of some REALLY BAD hombres, who set out after Dacascos and the rest of Wolvett's crew (which includes the always slut-o-licious Tracy Lords in a stand-out role). Dacascos and Wolvett end up at a desert motel, occupied only by the owner (Frederick Forrest), and his super-fey wife. The killers, however, are not far behind. Let the bottom-kicking commence! This film really incorporates elements of exploitation, prison-flicks, martial arts chop-suey, and acid rock-n-roll movies and filme noir, and does it in an INCREDIBLY skillful manner. I LOVED this movie! I rented this expecting basically a kick-butt and shotgun-splatter buddy flick (and wasn't disappointed in either regard), but there's a lot more here. The performances are really solid, especially kung-fu star Dacascos and teen-porn-star Lords, who for me moved into the realm of "real actors" with this film. Wolvett, as always, is quirky and fascinating, and Forrest is awesome as the doped up and margirita'd out proprieter of the motel. Also, look for Joan Jett as a rock-n-roller (did I mention this film is also partly THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM...?) If you like movies about the dark underbelly of man's soul (is that a mixed metaphor...? Sorry...) ala THE KILLERS, REQUIEM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT, and THIEF, you should definitely see this movie!
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HASH(0x97b6548c) étoiles sur 5 BOOGIE BOY Review 1 mars 2004
Par Crazy Jim - Publié sur
Mark Dascascos takes a step away from his usual straight-to-video martial arts B-titles with this dark and disturbing drama involving a recently-paroled drummer trying to get his life together. After getting caught up in a bloody ambush involving drugs, Dascascos and his old cellmate, a strung-out junkie, played by Jaimz Woolvet, head on the road. Mark's character, Jesse, is hoping to earn a gig as a drummer for a band in Detriot but is unaware that he and his buudy are being tracked by the vengeful siblings of the slain drug dealers they left dead.
"Boogie Boy" is a decent turn for Dascascos who is best known for his work as a martial arts movie star. There is some decent humor in here and the writing shows glimpses of wit though the film really never goes anywhere as far as overall storytelling is concerned. If you're looking for a good time-killer, this isn't a bad movie at all. For those wondering, the "From The Academy-Award Winning Writer Of Pulp Fiction" title on the cover sleeve refers to executive producer Roger Avery who co-wrote the first draft of "Fiction".
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