I love Arlen's work and I was interested in seeing his debut film, so I figured I'd buy it. Not only was it kind of sardonic and comedic when it wasn't supposed to be, this story had so many holes in it. It was entertaining to watch, but seriously, this could have been way better. The director, Greg Morgan, edited this on his laptop computer, for God's sake. I understand low-budget, but this was ultra-low-budget -- and that is saying something seeing that I watch a lot of low-budget, indie films.
As I stated before, predictable storyline, interesting ending. Sometimes you have to enjoy the B films because you get performances like the one Escarpeta gave in this. It was so great to watch him calmly take on such a challenging role of Reggie (the story's villain). If you are a fan of hood movies, then this will more than likely be a new one to pick.
You would be better off trying to find this on Netflix or if you can buy it from a third-party seller like I did, by all means do so. It is a B-film to watch either when you're bored or just need to blow time.