Synopsis: A detective hunts down a killer using video footage shot by the victims of a massacre at an abandoned gas station.
Director(s): Olatunde Osunsanmi
Production: RLJ Entertainment
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Rotten Tomatoes:
94 min

my little superstar.

Did you like it, really?

Of course. Look, I've got goosebumps.

I'm proud of you.

Do you think any of

this footage is gonna be good?

Are you kidding?

This is gonna be a priceless documentary.

You're gonna be

really famous.

Rach, you and me are gonna

make a movie together one day.

Just you and I.

It's gonna be a masterpiece.

- (Audience applauding)

- Get back out there. Take another bow.

- You gonna film it?

- Of course. Don't be stupid.

(Applause continues)

and I just wanna

take you away

can't wait

one more day

be your lover,

be your friend

be your everything

till the end

just let me

take you away

Will you make me

the happiest

musician in L.A.?

Say yes!


What are you doing?

I'm asking you

to marry me.

- What?

- Leann.

No, I can't.

(Audience members


- Tyler, I'm... Ty...

- No, I'm fine.

Just talk to him,

I guess.

I'll make sure

that it gets to him, okay?

Hi, Tyler.

I tried to call you,

and Rachel said

you would watch this,

so... I'm sorry.

You just,

you caught me off-guard,

and I panicked.


I didn't know

what else to do.

Um... hi.

I really think that

you should come,

and I simply can't

take no for an answer.

This is supposed to be

our big celebration.

I think it would be a real

shame to waste these tickets.

Um... I don't know.

I think we've got the room,

we've got the bus.

It'll all be

really fun.

I think you'll forget

about it in an instant,

and I know

she's really sorry.

She's been

really boring.

Um, please come.

I promise I'll be more

tolerant of your singing,

which I find

really hard, but okay.

Um, look,

I know you probably

hate me,

and I don't blame you,

but this trip just

won't work without you.

Please come.


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