Cocaine Angel Reviews
Perhaps we each see a part of ourselves in this guy's unstoppable last spin.
This propaganda film is a good follow-up to Reefer Madness.
Unfortunately I couldn't past the bad acting, film quality, editing, script.... I've seen some cheap films, but there's something to carry it. This was pretty weak.
Actually the acting wasn't absolute shit, but definitively not good by any kind of Troma standards.. so yeah, it could have been better.
I also realize why I didn't care. You see them start off as junkies who are kind of dicks. To improve this movie it might have started off with them as good people who slipped into the drug world. You know character development to get you caring. The way it was you really weren't too concerned with them.
Half of this wasn't even drugs it was just 2 people bitching at each other annoyingly.
Could have been great, but in the end it just wasn't. Much better movies with the same theme (Candy is the same movie only better).
That said, the movie is still missing some key attributes and is at times slow. Recommended for movie lovers and those who are begining to take a dangerous path.
I love the title for this movie, which is more powerful than most of the scenes in it. There is a desperation in the main character's needs but it is a stretch of acting to conjure sympathy from the audience, with very few actors being able to do it. Abbie Cornish's performance in 'Candy' is one of my favorite off the top of my mind.
If anyone is looking for a downright crazy movie about drug addicts with no real point, but an entertaining experience, regardless, check out 'Spun'.