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Image and video hosting by TinyPic Cast: Jamie King, Missi Pyle, Josh Cooke

Director: Jim Kouf

Genre: Comedy/Action

Year: 2010

Rating: NR

Wrongly accused of a crime, Will Carson (Josh Cooke) seizes his chance to escape when the cop car he's riding in spits him out at a fork in the road. But he really puts his freedom at risk when he agrees to help a woman (Jaime King) he barely knows get rid of a dead body. On the road to redemption, the pair can't help but attract each other -- and more than their fair share of trouble. For starters? The stiff might still be alive.

This is a pretty funny film that also has just the right amount of action to go with it. When Will is on the run after escaping he witnesses a woman putting a body in the trunk of her car, he takes the chance to sneak in her house to look for new clothes to wear but when she catches him the two must decide on helping each other out or turning each other in to the police. Josh Cooke and Jamie King are great together and have wonderful chemistry as well. The two risk it all in order to dump the body of what might be a dead man while avoiding getting caught by the police. Certainly not a masterpiece but it is an entertaining film filled with enough action and comedy as a well as a bit of romance to please any fan. Men and women both will find something they like in this film, I really liked the way the film kept tossing in more twists as they attempted to get rid of the body and with each twist came more humor some of which was hilarious. We all know Jamie King is nice to look at but I thought she did a excellent job playing her character as well. The film also has Missi Pyle in it who plays the sister of Jamie's character and she is also having an affair with her husband as well. Pyle is a wonderful actress with a great sense for comedy and she does a terrific job here in a small role. I found this to be a lot of fun with a bit of a road movie feel to it and a little murder mystery as well. I recommend this to any fan of comedy or to those just looking for something different from the normal films released in theaters. This is one that should benefit from strong word of mouth when it comes out on DVD and Blu-ray April 20th.

Released by Well Go USA

**** Out Of *****