Endz Release Date: 2006 Genre: Action Director(s): Curtis J. Schultz Writer(s): Curtis J. Schultz Staring: Kevon Kane, Wendy Elizabeth Abraham and Dee Beckford It makes me feel all warm inside to say that Endz is a pretty decent movie. That’s because, after watching offerings like Dominos and Two Guns in recent months, my faith in […]

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Endz
Release Date: 2006
Genre: Action
Director(s): Curtis J. Schultz
Writer(s): Curtis J. Schultz
Staring: Kevon Kane, Wendy Elizabeth Abraham and Dee Beckford

It makes me feel all warm inside to say that Endz is a pretty decent movie.

That’s because, after watching offerings like Dominos and Two Guns in recent months, my faith in the urban genre has dwindled. It honestly wasn’t that high to begin with. As a result, I went into Endz expecting to leave it less than impressed. The total lack of d-level rap star credited on the cover indicated that it wouldn’t be a .5, but then again, that theory isn’t concrete. And while Curtis J. Schultz didn’t do anything that a lesser critic wouldn’t stamp ‘dime a dozen,’ he did a much better job than I expected.

The temptation to call it dime a dozen comes from the lack of originality on display. Maverick says that Endz “depicts true life drama,” but unless robbing a gang of $200,00 and then being hunted down falls within the usual parameters of your life, it’s a tad bit wrong. If those actions do make up your everyday life, well, good luck with that.

Jermaine and Anton lead frustrating lives that don’t seem to be going anywhere. Both have woman troubles, and in search of a way to make them happy, they decide to bet on a rap battle. That plan leaves them broke and once again searching. They hope to perform a simple robbery on gang member Tre and make off with a few thousand bucks, but two things complicate their plan. First, Tre winds up dead. And second, instead of a couple thousand dollars, Tre had two hundred grand on him. The two gleefully swiped the money, but now gang leader Shah wants them dead and will stop at nothing to take them out.

Suffers from a ‘been there, done that’ feeling, but fortunately, I don’t mind going to the same well eight hundred times.
DVD: Barebones.

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