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Skid Marks

Rating:R (for sexual content, crude humor, language and some drug use)
Genre:Action/Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Release Date:January 25, 2008
Running time:93 minutes
Cast:Tyler Poelle, Mikey Post, Scott Dittman, Les Jennings, Kathy Uyen
Director:Karl Kozak
Producer:Bill Bragg, Thomas Seitz
Writer:Karl Kozak, Don J. Rearden, Kraig Wenman
Distributor:Diversa Films

Description: Two competing ambulance companies--B.A.L.S. (Basic Ambulatory Life Support) and D.I.C. (Downtown Intensive Care)--go head-to-head to save their patients, their jobs and their alter egos. These cross-town rivals will do anything to out-wit, out-do and out-screw their arch rivals out of a Medicare payment. The EMT's (emergency medical technicians) of B.A.L.S., the lowest form of life on the emergency medical food chain, wield their lack of medical training and penchant for fun like a hurricane, wreaking havoc on all they encounter.

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