Oh, where to start. First of alll, this movie was produced by the same folks that did Fargo, which I found out after I had sat through the movie thinking the whole time how much like Fargo it really was.
For starters, I was NOT expecting the movie to be anything like it was. Secondly, I wasn't a big fan of the movie after to was over. When I got home, I immediately hit IMDB to help resolve my unanswered questions... very helpful! I won't say that I now like the movie, however I am much more content with it.
The money most likely ended up with the bad guy (insert name here), as the movie gave a hint of this in the end when he presented a $100 bill to the boys for a shirt.
I didn't care for the ending, nor did I care for the early exit of the main character nor Woody Harrleson. The movie was not created for a "spoon-fed" storyline, which honestly, I quite like.
Overall, I thought the villian in the movie was about as good of a villian as I have ever seen. He was created in such a way that resembled the truck from the old movie "The Duel"... mysterious, dark, unrelentless, unpredictable, and unescapable. Tommy Lee's role was well played and overall, I thought the movie was well directed. The dark bits of comedy were also very much appreciated.