#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Junkie is a pitch black comedy about two heavily addicted, drug addled brothers, Danny (Daniel Louis Rivas) and Nicky (Robert LaSardo). When Danny decides he’s going clean, Nicky reacts aggressively, driving Danny from one insane experience to another as a whole host of bizarre, surreal characters descend on their house, all with grievances to bear, debts to reclaim or trouble to cause. As Danny’s life spirals out of control he must fight tooth and nail to kick the habit and unfurl himself from the web of deceit his addiction has enveloped him in. While attempting to repair the deeply damaged relationships with his increasingly bizarre friends and family, he unwittingly exposes personal revelations that threaten to unravel his entire existence as he knows it.
Plot: A drug addict tries to sabotage his brother’s struggle to get sober once and for all.
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Junkies are Bad mmm-Kay!!!
Original this is. Good though it isn’t. The video work is great for what they are dealing with, and sound,and editing are really much better than a movie like this should be aloud to have.
If you get past the first 20 minutes, I am not sure if that would made me feel proud, or sad for you. This is a movie about Junkies. Not the trainspotting funny messed up people you don’t really know, but the real dirt people. The 5% of society that will rip the teeth out of your head for a fix. The people who use each other, and know that even if you were dead, and they might miss you, your stuff will make their pain go away.
I hate these people,we all do, and this movie though not glorifying them, is still just a load of horse in the wrong vein. Skip it, don’t even read the liner notes.
Such a shame to as these really are some of the LA actors that people like to watch perform.
Sex, Drugs & Blood ? Oh, Yeah, Ya’ Gotta See This One
Adam Mason pours a cocktail of taboos in the independent film “Junkie”. Sex! Drugs! Rock and Roll? (Well, there is a cool soundtrack of songs by The Dogs d’Amour) But, in “Junkie” the third word to add to any proclamation starting with Sex & Drugs is blood. And, damn straight, there are buckets of it. Here, there, everywhere. So, now that the obvious aspect of the film is out of the way; let’s move into what makes Adam Mason’s “Junkie” a hypnotic trip. Broken family. Broken dreams. Broken house. Danny and Nicky are in a fight between themselves, the past and future. And in this film, the ring these two square off in a house that looks like it’s stuck in a time warp. Dirty dishes, dirty house and dirty souls all about. Danny (Daniel Louis Rivas) dwells in depression. Nicky (Robert LaSardo) exists in excess. When their drug connection Otto (Tomas Boykin ) arrives, he tickles the brothers’ funny bones and veins. Danny’s ex Sonja (Tess Panzer) pops by to see if the wagon is in tact; or if he’s burning it down like the bridge of their relationship. Toss in Dad (Andrew Howard) into this mix; and, the twisting of sobriety and sanity goes through the roof and gets straddled into the basement for both brothers. Rivas’ performance has a twitchy Anthony Perkins as Norman Bates quality to it. His character of Danny is low-key. Now, of course when one key is low, another has to be crashing the cymbals. And, in “Junkie”, Robert LaSardo’s character Nicky does just that. His performance is as high as helium and furious as a Tasmanian devil. Adam Mason’s direction plays off both character’s quirks. In an unobtrusive style, director Mason lets the camera fall back and let the actors rip it up. Robert LaSardo is an unguided missile in red boxer trunks. For that character, that wardrobe is an apt choice. Nicky’s battling his brother and clawing for a championship. Danny, on the other hand, is just trying to stay one step ahead of the next round coming around the bend. Written by Simon Boyes and Adam Mason, there is an improvisational quality to the interactions of the leads and supporting cast. And, if you look closely, there is even a scene with a flash of poignancy between both brothers. It passes by quickly, but Nicky (Robert LaSardo) and Danny (Daniel Louis Rivas) really hit the mark in that scene. Adam Mason’s “Junkie” proves that the greatest obstacle to getting clean and sober is the person who knows us best.
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Director Adam Mason
Writer Simon Boyes, Adam Mason
Actors Robert LaSardo, Daniel Louis Rivas, Tess Panzer
Country United States
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