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Junkyard Dog (2010)

Junkyard Dog (2010)

Don't know how I stumbled upon this movie, maybe by title, expecting something with a bit of action.

It did have action, but it also had the tale of an abducted girl, a psychopathic junkyard kid eating human flesh together with the corpses of his dead parents, feeding his dog human material, finally doing the error of trying to kidnap a female FBI agent, having his junkyard blown up, going up in a ball of flames, his dog getting shot in the face and both girl and agent escaping soundly, partly thanks to a somewhat alert old Sheriff. Oh, spoiler alert btw.

The movie ends with this inspiring message:

According to an F.B.I behavioral unit study, 85% of the world's serial killers are in the United States of America.

Hmm, makes you wonder if the states breed serial killers (not consciously, of course... or is not of course?), or if it's just the place they're most suited to be, with gun laws, private properties, capitalistic interests and such regulations that benefit the individual instead of the country as a whole. It's an interesting topic!

As for the movie... nothing wrong with the acting, nothing wrong with anything really, not acting, nor plot, but it wasn't my type. It's gritty, moody, dirty, depressing... not very memorable. It is based upon a real event, though..

 rated 2/5: decent


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