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Trapped in 5150 (2009)

When his kid brother sparks a confrontation with a rival L.A. street gang, chief gangster Loco must lead his crew in a violent war against the crosstown thugs. Also, Loco and his gang find themselves tangling with a ruthless drug lord.


Maximo Rocha


Maximo Rocha (screenplay)




Credited cast:
Julien Bui Julien Bui ... Loco
Aurelio Bocanegra Aurelio Bocanegra
Gilbert Chayrez-Chavarria ... (as Aaron G. Chayrez)
Jesus Trejo
Ben Graupner Ben Graupner ... Tweaker
Moses Noriega
Heather Marie ... Julie (as Heather Zagone)
Eddie Ruiz ... Joe
Dinero Dinero
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Noel Gugliemi ... G


Loco and Riot are leaders of two rival gangs Los Locos and La 213 in the inner hood of Los Angeles. When Loco s little brother decides to step into the territory of La 213 all hell will break loose and in no time both rival gangs will face each other in a bloody confrontation. Loco manages to escape with his girlfriend Mia and other gang members to an abandon hospital where they will be forced to fight a crazy drug dealer named Tweaker and face the imminent return of Riot.

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Action | Crime | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody violence, pervasive language, some sexuality and drug content





English | Spanish

Release Date:

20 January 2009 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Zula Entertainment See more »
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Technical Specs




Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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good movie - good for laughs
6 April 2009 | by HoodrunnerSee all my reviews

This is quite possible THE worst film ever made, regarding the time it was produced. I will not even go in detail how ridiculous the story itself is and how many mistakes or events that lack logic completely there are in this flick. The reason you should see it, is the way the main characters talk and act, despite that they are supposed to be from the hood and Mexican, their script is packed with lines one sillier than the other. I was really amazed how they kept on talking this way throughout the whole movie( repeating the words homes, esse and f***ed up as often as possible) regardless what situation they were in, it made it unintentionally very funny.

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