A bounty hunter is on the trail of a conman who skipped bail. The two wind up in a deserted warehouse where they witness a diamond scam in action, caught in the midst they put their ... See full summary »
Miles Logan is a jewel thief who just hit the big time by stealing a huge diamond. However, after two years in jail, he comes to find out that he hid the diamond in a police building that was being built at the time of the robbery. In an attempt to regain his diamond, he poses as an L.A.P.D. detective... Written by
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During pre-production, the film was originally supposed to carry a hard R rating, but after deliberations, the studio had to tone down the film's script to PG-13. This meant changing the plot, dialog and characters. John August was hired as a "script doctor" to make these changes. See more »
When Miles first enters the department as a detective, Detective Larson is shown loosening the handcuffs on a suspect. The shot shows that only one handcuff is released, but yet when the suspect runs, there are no handcuffs on him at all, when there should be both hanging from one wrist. See more »
Hey, this is the police. Move your busted-ass vehicle. Move, move, move, move. This is the LAPD. We'll pop one in your ass. We got guns and shit.
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All Eyes On Me (Revisiting Cold Blooded)
Written by Rick James, Marinna Teal and Steve Huff
Produced by Steve Huff
Performed by Strings featuring Keith Sweat
Contains a sample of "Cold Blooded"
Performed by Rick James
Courtesy of Motown Records, L.P.
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets
Strings appears courtesy of Epic/Sweat Records
Keith Sweat appears courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group See more »
I know that many people may not like this movie, but I thought it was very good. The plot was very simple and unique, the characters performed well, and the movie itself was very entertaining. There were some funny and memorable parts, including the famous oodles of noodles scene. In my opinion the funniest character in Blue Streak was Sulley. All of his parts were funny, and I feel he expressed his part very well. I recommend that you see this movie before Blue Streak 2 comes out in 2002. Overall, 8 of 10.
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