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Cocaine Bear (Subtitled) (15)

Cast: Matthew Rhys, Keri Russell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Margo Martindale, O'Shea Jackson Jr, Alden Ehrenreich, Ray Liotta, Isiah Whitlock Jr, Brooklynn Prince
Genre: Action
Author(s): Jimmy Warden
Director: Elizabeth Banks
Release Date: 24/02/2023
Running Time: 95mins
Country: US
Year: 2023

Millions of dollars of drugs belonging to notorious smuggler Syd Dentwood are ditched in Chattahoochee National Forest in northern Georgia before the plane goes down. Dentwood tasks trusted drug dealer Daveed and his son Eddie with recovering the waylaid narcotics to avoid violent repercussions from Colombian associates. They come face to snout with a 500-pound apex predator, which has consumed a large quantity of the jettisoned cocaine and is attacking anyone in its drug-crazed path.


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Cocaine Bear (15) Film Review from LondonNet

Inspired by an outlandish true story, the aptly titled Cocaine Bear is an unapologetically gory and hallucinogenic action comedy directed by Elizabeth Banks, which embarks on a murderous rampage in the company of the titular mammal. Millions of dollars of drugs belonging to notorious smuggler Syd Dentwood (Ray Liotta) are ditched in Chattahoochee National Forest in northern Georgia before the plane goes down. Some of the consignment mistakenly falls onto residences in nearby Knoxville, Tennessee, attracting the attention of law enforcement led by Detective Bob Springs (Isiah Whitlock Jr) and partner Officer Reba Mitchell (Ayoola Smart)…

Dentwood tasks trusted drug dealer Daveed (O’Shea Jackson Jr) with recovering the waylaid narcotics to avoid violent repercussions from Colombian associates and Daveed enlists the help of Dentwood’s son Eddie (Alden Ehrenreich), who is grief-stricken over the recent loss of partner Joanie. Meanwhile, concerned mother Sari (Keri Russell) enters the forest accompanied by park ranger Liz (Margo Martindale) and a wildlife inspection rep (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) to track down her 13-year-old daughter Deirdre (Brooklynn Prince) and classmate Henry (Christian Convery), who have skipped school to paint a secret waterfall. Strangers converge in the wilderness and come face to snout with a 500-pound apex predator, which has consumed a large quantity of the jettisoned cocaine and is attacking anyone in its drug-crazed path.

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– Kim Hu


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