Deuces Wild (2002) - Action, Crime, Drama

Hohum Score

13

Watchable

Bobby, a member of The Deuces, and the sister of the rival Vipers member fall in love, promoting a street war between the two factions.

IMDB: 5.6
Director: Scott Kalvert
Stars: Stephen Dorff, Brad Renfro
Length: 96 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 21 out of 92 found boring (22.82%)

One-line Reviews (53)

Though the plot was a little confusing at times, the acting was great.

All of the actors were excellent on this stunning film.

This is a wholesome gangster picture that will have you on the edge of your seat as you become emotionally involved with the characters and their motives.

Candidate for Worst Movie Of The Year .

I dont know what happens at the end because I left and It's probably some great twist ending, oh wait no, it's probably predictable and cliched.

And the director should've had the insight to take all of Renfro's screentime and give it to the likes of Drea de Matteo who plays Dorffs girl, and James Franco (Tino) who stays in the shadows the entire film, except for one 2 minute scene, improvised on apartments steps with Dorff (one of the only enjoyable scenes at all).

Miller (Both admitting that the movie is flawed, trying their best to make it entertaining as possible), Photo Gallery and Theatrical Trailer.

When Marco arrives, the bloodbath begins and the movie becomes exciting and enjoyable.

The action scenes with the bats, knives, etc is intense.

This film while having a cliche of a storyline, really take the opportunity to highlight talented actors.

Overall, this was a very entertaining and intriguing movie.

i thought it would just have a few cliches, but literally every single "twist" in the plot or piece of dialogue was so predictable.

a fun, exciting,50's gang flick has not come out for a long time...

I liked this movie, it was very unrelenting and dark - The fight scenes are pretty intense especially the last one.

On one hand you've got Stephen Dorff giving an awesome and intense performance looking like a young Bruce Willis (DIE HARD not "Moonlighting").

Anyway, overall it was very enjoyable.

The direction is extremely cliche'.

Some shots were awfully contrived (Norman Reedus in front of the exploding car for far too long before the cut like he was just standing there waiting- Explode already!

Every cliché about Brooklyn street gangs is paraded in front of the viewer, right down to the Catholic priest trying to get the boys to stop fighting each other.

I love the fighting scenes, their much more intense than the fighting scenes in The Outsiders.

But because of this the flim is robbed of any sort of self identity and becomes rather bogged down and boring, leading up to a conclusion that is inevidable because we have all seen it a hundred times before, just better.

bland nostalgia trip .

There was no logic to this film, just remake followed by recycling, followed up by further cheapened cliché's that can be found in any other film of this genre.

What a waste of the talent and money that went into its production.

On the plus side the courtship between Annie and Bobby had some snappy dialog, and the acting overall was well done.

Anyway the film is only mildly entertaining because of its rather brutal fight scenes.

So sure, many parts were predictable and have been used countless times.

this must be the worst movie i have ever seen.

This piece of dreck is completely unoriginal; stringing together every cliche from every gang movie, forbidden love movie, and revenge movie made in the last 20 years.

Full of cliches yet enjoyable at the same time...

Please don't waste your own money and time - your video store has a thousand titles better than this piece of cheese.

So, all we get is one poorly directed fight scene after another, stupid and one-dimensional stock characters and pointless 'drama' that is supposed to make us FEEL for these losers?

Slow moving.. Horrible soundtrack .

Exciting And Enjoyable .

It was definitely worth the wait, and I highly recommend it.

Imagine every stereotypical, overacted cliche from every movie and TV show set on the streets of Brooklyn between 1930 and 1980.

He is explosive and impulsive, therefore very entertaining.

it's really boring, and really dissapointing.

This must have been one of the top ten worst movies i have ever seen.

Intense action.

"Deuces Wild" is one of the worst movies that I have seen in quite a while.

From plotless storyline the bad acting to the cheesey slow-mo cinematography.

This movie was probably the worst movie i have seen since the great Orlando Jones and Eddie Griffin starred in Double Take.

" To my surprise this movie was horribly entertaining.

IT was certainly the worst movie i have seen all year.

why did they waste the money .

The cinematography is good, but the flow comes off as choppy and flashy, and there are many trite moments that make you just want the movie to end already.

I cannot say if that is what made this film at times unbearable to watch, or if it is what pulled me into watching it a second time to see what the director had to say about his actions.

Stephen Dorff and Fairuza Balk give the performances of their lives, and director Scott Kalvert gives a stunning introduction film for his career.

The plot is very thin and the character development is , well, cliche'It has a the feel of a first-year film student.

but it is an entertaining movie.

Another "West Side Story" but much more entertaining .

The script is hard to follow and has few moments of interest, and the direction is horrible --one scene suddenly ends, another begins, and there's no segue!