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Lou Diamond Phillips,
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She caught his eye. He was caught off guard. Now Daryl Allen is caught in the line of fire. After six years behind bars, a reformed street hood(Bokeem Woodbine) puts down his gun and struggles to go legit. But when a beautiful, mysterious young woman gets him involved with a bag of stolen diamonds, corrupt cops and a Jamaican mobster, his dreams for an honest future are shattered by a hail of gunfire. Snoop Doggy Dogg and LL Cool J cameo in this gritty action-thriller, from the producers of "Menace II Society" and "Tales from the Hood". Written by
Performed by Luniz Featuring Crooked I
Produced by Tone Capone (as Anthony "Tone Capone" Gilmour) for Dollars and Spence and Mike Dean for Dean's List Productions
Written by Numskull (as G. Husbands), Yukmouth (as J. Ellis), Tone Capone (as A. Gilmour)
Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc./Stackola Publishing (BMI) EMI April Music Inc./True Science Publishing (ASCAP)/Still N-The Water Publishing (BMI)
This composition embodies portions of "Left Me Lonely"
Written by Marley Marl (as Williams, M. Lu'ree), M.C. Shan (as Moltyke, S. Leigh) and published by WB Music and Marley Marl Inc. See more »
For once, I agree 100% with the review of this movie. It is dead on. It was very poorly written although I was a bit intrigued by the twists and turns. The plot was a deja vu, very similar to some of the old school blaxploitation movies, updated with a modern look, and language. I did expect the soundtrack, which I didn't care for anyway in the extras on the DVD, to play more of a role, but I can't recall even hearing any music in the entire movie. Maybe because the plot was so weak I didn't notice the music.
I purchased the DVD for like $4. It was in a bin with thousands of other DVDs collecting dust. Seeing the beautiful Cynda Williams is worth the $4. Just put the movie on mute and you're good to go!
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