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I started on the script not long after I finished "Deal". And being desperate for a STAR idea, I brought up the script back up and finished it. I must say I really need to work on my cheesydialogue. So this is the end of the bill movies (prequel ?)
Randy Yard: Viewers familiar with Darkman's previous works (and in particular "Deal," this film's direct predecessor) will already know what to expect: good cinematography, a solid story, capable animation and decent voice acting. You'd be hard-pressed to find an aspect of this film to call stellar, but you'd also have a difficult time finding too much fault with anything, either; though the film didn't place especially high at STAR, this was due mainly to the storyline's extremely tenuous connection to the contest theme rather than any inherent jarring flaws. Featuring an ending that is both unfulfilling and yet very appropriate, the director neatly ties up the Bill Killalot franchise with a competent mob drama that easily holds its own in an overcrowded genre.