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Gridlock'd

Rated R for graphic drug use, pervasive strong language, some violence and brief nudity.

R 91min.
 
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In this hard-edged drama with a strong undercurrent of dark comedy, Stretch (Tim Roth) and Spoon (Tupac Shakur) are two friends who share both a passion for music and a dependence on heroin. Read More
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