Gas Release Date: 2004 Genre: Comedy Director(s): Henry Chan Writer(s): Michael Haran & Mark Swinton Staring: Flex Alexander, Mike Batayeh, Tyson Beckford Gas most likely started off as something designed to go theatrical, but those hopes were probably abandoned once no one with actual name value would attach themselves to the project. There’s a reason […]

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Gas
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Henry Chan
Writer(s): Michael Haran & Mark Swinton
Staring: Flex Alexander, Mike Batayeh, Tyson Beckford

Gas most likely started off as something designed to go theatrical, but those hopes were probably abandoned once no one with actual name value would attach themselves to the project. There’s a reason for that too.

This generic urban comedy with a budget has a pair of estranged brothers teaming up to run their father’s gas station after his death. Since this is an urban comedy, this gas station is full of wacky characters. In order to raise the money for their mother’s life-saving surgery, one of the brothers gets a loan from the local Evil Asian, using the gas station as collateral. And before you can say Electric Boogalou, they’re raising money, all while the Evil Asian sends in his henchman to ruin their plans.

Chances are that if you’re reading this site, Gas won’t appeal to you. It’s made for the same crowds who enjoyed Barbershop and Kingdom Come, both of which Gas draws inspiration from. Even these people will probably find Gas tiresome. It has its moments, although they’re all scattered in-between unfunny jokes that fall within familiar territory.
DVD: Barebones.

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