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I must have breathed while watching "Cash Only." But it sure felt as if I didn't. This brutal and severe film has that effect.
Cash Only features many familiar action movie markers, but it's distinguished by a raw energy and strong sense of place.
One of the more convincingly gritty indies to hit fests in several seasons.
Never once do the characters in Cash Only feel sorry for themselves, and the film never allows the audience to either.
Still, the overall atmosphere of Cash Only coupled with its engaging outlook on street life landlord-ing make for a mostly effective combination of character exploration and explosive action, alongside personalities that are grounded in reality
Screenwriter/star Nickola Shreli puts some thought into the picture, which manages to capture desperation superbly, at least until the final 20 minutes.
Cash Only may not reinvent the genre, but it's worth watching the action unfold through a fresh set of binoculars.
Familiar yet effective, straightforward yet unapologetic.
Intriguing tale about an individual whose mounting debt leads to unfortunate circumstances
Director Malik Bader and scripter and lead actor Nicola Shreli cover familiar ground with their story of a man trying to save his daughter from Easter European gangsters.
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