Actor Corin Nemec is suing bosses behind a horror movie he shot earlier this year (13) over allegations he was severely injured during filming.
The Parker Lewis Can't Lose star was travelling with a film crew on a boat to the set of Rise of the Dinosaurs in Belize when their vessel struck a semi-submerged barge in January (13).
Nemec was admitted to hospital and treated for blood loss and an injured leg, which was broken in three places.
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Actor Corin Nemec is lucky to be alive following a serious boating accident in Belize.
The 41 year old, who played the titular character on U.S. Tv series Parker Lewis Can't Lose, was travelling with a film crew to the set of his new movie Poseidon Rex when their Coast Guard vessel struck a semi-submerged barge on Saturday morning (19Jan13).
Nemec, who was thrown from the boat, was then rushed to the Medical Associate's Hospital for emergency surgery after losing over half the blood in his body and breaking his leg in three places.
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Brother's Keeper -- not the 1992 documentary about a hillbilly who murders his brother -- is a ridiculously stupid story about a detective who tries to protect her brother despite the fact that he's a serial killer. Standard thriller ensues.
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The title ought to give away the storyline, but to be a little more specific, it's a lot like Deep Blue Sea and The Abyss, minus the camp value and special effects, respectively.
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The film revolves around the life of Michael Holloway (Balthazar Getty) who is trying to restart his life with his one-dimensional wife Chloe (Rebecca Gayheart) after a nasty bout of drug and alcohol addictions. Michael takes a job of working the graveyard shift at the local gas station and is bombarded by the ugliness and weirdness of the nightlife of L.A. One night, he meets a strange gent named Stuart (Mr. Buckaroo Banzai, Peter Weller). He drives a Porsche, smokes French cigarettes, and drones on about life, eventually coaxing Mike into exploring the "underbelly" of L.A. together, a tour of punk bars, S&M clubs, and bare-knuckle fights.
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