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Loaded 2008

Loaded ★★½ 2008 (R)

Tristan Price (Metcalfe) is a handsome young law student from a wealthy family who goes looking for some extra excitement. Then he meets upscale coke dealer Sebastian Cole (Large) and gets more than he bargained for. As Tristan descends deeper into addiction, he's pulled into Sebastian's drug deals, which lead to murder and even more plot twists. 100m/C DVD . Jesse Metcalfe, Corey Large, Monica Keena, Nathalie Kelley, Johnny Messner, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Chace Crawford, Vinnie Jones, Erin Gray, John Bennett Perry; D: Alan Pao; W: Corey Large, Alan Pao; C: Roger Chingirian; M: Ralph Rieckermann. VIDEO

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