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Take Saw, Battle Royale and Most Dangerous Game, take away the budget and what do you get? Well, you could end up with Omega One. A bunch of people who have committed crimes are forced into a battle to the death. They all wear funny collars (Battle Royale anyone?) and seem to talk way too much. These people are killing each other yet they seem to really want to bond with the enemy. Hell, even the really bad guy has a friend for awhile. There is very little suspense created by writer, director and producer Pablo Maysonet IV yet he occasionally slips in an interesting shot. But aside from absolutely no originality, he has hired the most amateurish cast this side of Ed Wood. This feels like watching one of those crime scene recreations on a really bad imitation of America’s Most Wanted. When they are in danger or even worse, when they try to be scary, it just gets silly. And the worst crime committed to the viewer is he has his actors doing several badly written dialogue heavy scenes when they just are not that talented. A couple of them are not bad but all the characters are forgettable aside from the annoying Chancellor played by Jake Errickson. But I will give him credit, at least he tried to liven it up.