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Wrong Side of Town (23-Feb-2010)

Director: David DeFalco

Writer: David DeFalco

Composed by: James Kaufman

Producers: Carsten Lorenz; Jason Hewitt; David DeFalco

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dave Batista
Wrestling
18-Jan-1969   Deacon Batista, WWE star
Big Daddy V
Wrestling
14-Feb-1968   World's Largest Love Machine
Stormy Daniels
Pornstar
17-Mar-1979   Space Nuts: Episode 69
Louis Herthum
Actor
5-Jul-1956   The Last Exorcism
Omarion
Singer
12-Nov-1984   B2K, later solo artist
Ja Rule
Rapper
29-Feb-1976   Holla Holla
Rob Van Dam
Wrestling
18-Dec-1970   WWE and ECW wrestler

CAST

Rob Van Dam   ...   Bobby
Dave Batista   ...   Big Ronnie
Omarion   ...   Stash
Ja Rule   ...   Razor
Edrick Browne   ...   Clay
Jerry Katz   ...   Seth
Ava Santana   ...   Elise
with
Big Daddy V   ...   Animal
Louis Herthum   ...   Briggs
an introducing
Marrese Crump   ...   Markus
Lara Grice   ...   Dawn
Stormy Daniels   ...   Stormy
Randal Reeder   ...   Trouble
Brooke Frost   ...   Brianna
Damon Lipari   ...   Nicky
Scott Schwartz   ...   Deacon
David Defalco   ...   Demon
Quess   ...   Dawg
Ross Britz   ...   Ethan
Big Dog Ramar Jenkins   ...   Big Dog
Carsten Lorenz   ...   Cab Driver
Anthony M. Frederick   ...   Det. Hernandez
David Jensen   ...   Abusive Man
Gabriela Ostos   ...   Abused Woman
J. Omar Castro   ...   Cop

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