Gas (2004 film)

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Gas
Gas DVD.jpg
Directed by Henry Chan
Produced by Claude Brooks, James Tripp-Haith, Marvin Hayes, Ralph Farquhar, Tony Smith
Written by Mark Swinton
Michael Haran
Starring Flex Alexander
Khalil Kain
Gina Ravera
Jo Marie Payton-Noble
Sticky Fingaz
Music by Kurt Farquhar
Cinematography Donald A. Morgan
Edited by Brian Schnuckel
Distributed by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Release date
  • 2004 (2004)
Running time
96 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Gas is a 2004 comedy/drama film, directed by Henry Chan. The film stars Flex Alexander (One on One, Love... & Other 4 Letter Words) and Khalil Kain (Girlfriends, Love Jones).

Plot[edit]

Upon returning to Los Angeles to attend his father's funeral, Damon (Alexander) soon learns that in order to claim his share of the family inheritance he must work alongside his brother, Mookie (Kain) — a former drug-dealer who had previously cost Damon a college scholarship — in keeping the family's long-running gas station in business for at least one year. As the siblings repeatedly butt heads over matters both great and small, they soon come to realize that it takes more than money to hold a family together.

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Tagline[edit]

A highly combustible mix of laughter, heart and soul.

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