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Decisions (2011) Online
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Movie / Action / Crime / Drama
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Directror :
Jensen LeFlore
Cast :
Corey Haim,Anthony Vitale,Matt Medrano
Writer :
Julius LeFlore
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1h 29min
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When a group of friends decide to pull a bank heist to get out from underneath their money troubles. They quickly discover that things can unravel in a hurry! A compromised LAPD Detective (... See full summary

Decisions (2011) Online

When a group of friends decide to pull a bank heist to get out from underneath their money troubles. They quickly discover that things can unravel in a hurry! A compromised LAPD Detective (Corey Haim) on the take with a crime syndicate figure want the money back and will go to any lengths to get it! Things go wrong quickly as bullets start to fly and the group finds that one thing affects another and discover that the voice of reason is not always what it appears to be. {locallinks-homepage}
Credited cast:
Corey Haim Corey Haim - Det. Lou Andreas
Anthony Vitale Anthony Vitale - Frankie
Matt Medrano Matt Medrano - Dave
Yeniffer Behrens Yeniffer Behrens - Serena
Mike Foy Mike Foy - AD
George Contreras George Contreras - DJ Johnny
Anthony Fitzgerald Anthony Fitzgerald - Kiwi
Joseph Medrano Joseph Medrano - Chino
Desmond Phillips Desmond Phillips - Mike
Cisco Reyes Cisco Reyes - Halo Manchester
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Grifon Aldren Grifon Aldren - Smoke (as Senyo Amoaku)
Chriss Anglin Chriss Anglin - Patrolman
J'Antonio Baguez J'Antonio Baguez - Basketball Player / Assassin (as Antonio Baguez)
Nickolas Ballard Nickolas Ballard - Bank Teller
Devin Barrett Devin Barrett - Young Boy # 4

Corey Haim's final acting role.

User reviews



Well after seeing the high rating & then seeing that there was 21 votes of ten I should have passed on this, when the cast votes you know they are severely desperate for attention. Everything about it felt so amateurish. The acting was so wooden that it was evident that the cast was just picked up off the street, Haim included did nothing for this film. Also the production value was very low & it had too many clichés. I can't really come up with any redeeming qualities, the story was uninteresting & the characters were unlikable. That's about all their is to say, avoid it and do not pay to see it, I'm not usually this negative especially for shoe-string budgets but this is just another crappy film in the long line of bad films that I've been seeing lately. The director & the writer hopefully will never get work again. Just watch some TV programming instead, you'll get more satisfaction out of it. 2/10


"At the time things might seem like a good idea, but later on you find out that it's only the beginning of your troubles." A group of friends are having problems with money. They don't have enough and are in desperate need. They do what any logical people would do in that situation. They rob a bank. When things go wrong the money is wanted by more then just them. A crooked cop (Heim) will do anything to get it. That's when things go from bad to worse. This movie is being promoted as Corey Heim's last movie. I think the reason they are doing that is because that is really the only reason to see this. The budget is about $20 and the acting is just above high school plays. I'm not one of those people who think that the budget a movie has is directly related to how good it is though. I look at the quality of the whole and not just one aspect. That said there is really nothing good about this at all. The idea is overused and the acting is bad. It is a shame that after starting off so promising Corey Heim went out on this movie. Overall, not a good movie to remember Heim by. Watch "Lost Boys" again instead. I give it a C-


I'm not sure what I was expecting, but this movie wasn't it. After a very confusing introduction to the main characters, you soon learn that a mysterious ghetto stranger is going to teach some kids what's right and what's wrong through a story about what might happen if they make bad decisions. There are other movies that dwell at length on the theme of bearing the responsibilities of the decisions one makes, but this film instead tries to emulate "Tales From the Hood" (i.e., people who make bad decisions that hurt other people will die horrible, if appropriate, deaths). The only difference is that there are no supernatural forces in this film.

By itself, this isn't a bad thing, but the execution is pretty sloppy here. The acting is mostly amateurish (though Corey Haim and Vitale really ham it up and make watching them at least worthwhile). The sound is highly variable and I had to keep turning up the volume in parts to understand the dialogue. And it may be a low-budget film, but they apparently got a bulk rate on squibs.

Back to the "bad decisions thing"....one of the major problems I had with this film is that it isn't a case of making a few bad decisions. No, the characters are (basically) bad people. With the exception of Haim's new partner, I didn't like them or the way they behaved. I didn't care about them or what happened to them. Really. Zero sympathy. They had made many bad decisions over the courses of their lives. The total lack of sympathy is fatal in a film like this.

I would avoid this film.


This review will contain no spoilers.

I started really getting into Corey Haim films when I was 7 years old around 1992. That's when I got hooked on films like Lost boys, Dream A little Dream and Lucas. Fast forward 19 years later, for the very first time I found myself in the movie theater waiting for my first Corey Haim movie on the big screen. I went into the movie with high expectations. I won't give away any details about screen time or anything like that. I will say this, Corey absolutely dominates every scene he is in. His on screen presence is something you cannot teach. I was not let down at all by his performance. The supporting cast struggles to keep up with Corey and ultimately just didn't do it for me. I don't this as a mainstream movie at all and would ultimately bomb at the box office.


I just finished watching "Decisions" in it's entirety on Netflix streaming. At first glance, this film may seem like just another low budget hood movie, but I think Corey Haim saw this script as an opportunity to send a message to his fans. Corey made some mistakes in his life, and attempted to salvage his career. I enjoyed his performance in "Crank 2". I loved to watch him work the camera. He was a wonderful actor.

For those of you living in your closed little worlds, this is not the movie for you to watch. This is not a date movie, or an action flick. It is drama. This drama takes place in The Hood. It is not "The Lost Boys", "Boys in the Hood", or "Tales from the Hood". This movie reminds me very much of the After School Specials my generation was so generously subjected to. Do not expect the big Hollywood names, acting, or budget.

I gave this movie a 5. It was a good script written by a Hollywood stuntman, and I the actors were very capable, but I felt the director wasn't the right fit for this movie.

It is Rated R, but I rate PG. Adult situations,sexual innuendo, Mild Violence.