If you like serious suspense without needing to call in someone under 15 to interpret the slang, then this is an excellent way to spend a quiet Saturday night. I had the pleasure of meeting the director, David M. Matthews via a social networking site recently and hope to hear more from him in the near future.
On the flipside of my Redbox adventures is The Hustle. Despite having an all-star cast (Charlie Murphy, David Alan Grier and at least ten other people that were once on the WB/CW/the first two Friday movies), this wasn't the worst thing but an interesting rumor is that this was made in 2008 but just now in DVD release. At least there were no bad jokes about the deceased ...*coughs*The Salon/Anna Nicole*coughs...but then again, I may have nodded off.
Here goes the plot. The brothers that "work" as exterminators come into some gangster money, which they need because they eventually lose their jobs. However, by a strange turn of events, they land the ultimate hustle -- becoming preachers to a congregation that is misguided to say the least.