Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Ashes of Eden A Review

 Choose this day whom you will serve.....
18-year old Red made some bad choices. He's done his time, but he's still paying the consequences. He's finding that having a bad reputation and being in the wrong place at the wrong time are an unfortunate combination - even when you're trying to do the right thing. Secretly selling stolen drugs in order to help his police office mother pay the mortgage starts a bloodbath between rival dealers. Lives are lost, relationships destroyed, faith is questioned. And, Red is in the center of the spotlight. Can this gritty cautionary tale end with redemption? Perhaps. But, it comes with a price.

Format: NTSC
Language: English
Studio: Lightworx Entertainment
DVD Release Date: October 13, 2015

  Ashes of Eden is a good movie that can teach us lots of things.
  I must admit that the beginning was very slow. I know you have to get all of the back story, but it could have moved along quicker.
  A police officer is trying to raise her two sons alone, but is having lots of financial  troubles. Her older son, Red gets in with the wrong crowd, but wants to help his mother. So he steals drugs to sell. So his troubles get worse and worse.
  His mother tries to keep him out of trouble with the law, which is her first mistake. Then Red gets kicked out of school and lands up in trouble again. So his mother kicks him out of the house.
  He gets into trouble deeper and deeper. People are being killed and he is on the run.
  The conclusion of Ashes of Eden is really thrilling. You will be sitting on the edge of your seat. I like the ending of the movie and will recommend it for all. It saddens me to see people get involved in the drug trade or crime. Sometimes it seems there’s no way out.  I like the theme No man can serve two masters. Really good.
  One thing I didn't care for was the use of the language. I don't believe movies need swearing. This movie blocked out the swear words. I don't think that is any better than swearing. Just my opinion.

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