They grew up together in the suburbs of L.A., living their own version of the American dream, with every day a blur of partying and looking for the next thrill. Johnny (Emile Hirsch, Lords of Dogtown) is the leader in their sordid world of drugs, greed, power and privilege. But when he is double-crossed by another dealer, things quickly begin to spiral out of control, and an impulsive kidnapping leads to a shocking conclusion. Justin Timberlake (Edison), Sharon Stone (Bobby) and Bruce Willis (Lucky Number Sleven) co-star in this powerful and controversial film.
But disturbing how drugs and self warp the human mind. Also a warning to anyone who should think of detaining someone no matter what the level of intent.
Great, tense movie
I was shaking - this is an intense, flawlessly performed, poignant film. Weird that it hasn't been more talked about. Don't hesitate, buy it - and don't let Timberlake put you off, he's great and very convincing.
Actually rented it before, but so dull i forgot.
Losers portrayed in an uninteresting, emotionally absent way.