Inspired by a true story.
what looks like a drug deal.
EXT. LUMBER YARD
How ya doin'?
Ok. When'd the mill close?
Ahh 3 years this August. If ya lookin
that's the closest mill work you're
gonna find around here.
That's too bad.
Nah just simple economics. Y'know we
wild cherry. You wanna make some money
try your luck at the blackjack tables.
Nah I don't think so. Thanks.
You're Chris Vaughn?
Well hell, I know all about you Chris.
I know your folks, I'm sheriff Stan
They shake hands.
How ya doin.
Ralston get outta the car, you're lookin
at a real soldier here pay some respect.
Welcome home soldier.
Here Chris, (opens the back door) We'll
give ya a ride up to your folks.
Nah I'm fine thank you.
Hey it's my pleasure.
I won't take no for an answer (jokingly
reaches for his gun). HEY! Get in the
Did I scare ya with that one?
Ya. Let's go.
INT. POLICE CAR
You were gone a while huh?
Harstad, yeah. Sad story. About 5 months
uhhh... hit a tree. Good man, good man
and a good sheriff.
Thanks for the ride.
No problem, and uh Chris (hands him
I'm your man.
Can I help you?
Synopsis: After eight years serving the U.S. Army Special Forces, Sergeant Chris Vaughn returns to his hometown seeking for a job in the local mill. He is informed by Sheriff Stan Watkins that the mill was closed three years ago and now the Wild Cherry Casino, owned by his former high school friend Jay Hamilton, is the major source of jobs and income to the town. Chris goes home, and meets his best-friend Ray Templeton, who organized a football game with their friends. After the game, Jay invites Chris and his friends to spend the night in his casino on him, but when Chris finds that the casino crabs dealer is cheating with loaded dice, he fights against the security men and is almost killed by them. When his nephew Pete overdosed on crystal meth sold by the security men at the casino, Chris realizes that the town is dominated by the mobsters and the corrupt sheriff and with a huge piece of wood, he breaks the casino and the criminals. He is prosecuted and in the trial, he promises to the jury a
Actors: Michael Bowen, Johnny Knoxville, Dwayne Johnson, Neal McDonough
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