Injustice begets a criminal. Kool is an artist without prospects, a black belt in karate, and in love with LaShawna, poised and college bound. One night she witnesses a stabbing and ... See full summary »
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Jerry P. Jacobs
Injustice begets a criminal. Kool is an artist without prospects, a black belt in karate, and in love with LaShawna, poised and college bound. One night she witnesses a stabbing and discovers the victim is a cop as he dies in her arms. She's jailed for murder by the infamous Ramparts Division of the LAPD. Kool wants to prove her innocence, and Tully, the cynical detective in charge, ignores LaShawna's case but uses Kool to break up an incipient crime operation. She's in danger because the guilty parties fear that the officer talked before he died. While in jail awaiting a hearing and legal help, she's beaten to death by a rogue cop. Kool vows revenge: the Hot Boyz are born. Written by
You got a cigarette?
Man in Alley:
You got a cigarette?
Man in Alley:
[Goes to hand him cigarette, but Tully shoots him]
What? You killed him!
Cigarettes will fuckin' kill ya.
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It's Going Around Outside
Performed by Silkk the Shocker featuring Rico See more »
Master P is a 6-year-old boy. He really has a serious psychological problem. Obviously he is trying to emulate certain film generes, like John Woo, Steven Segal or Ice T. Unfortunately, his fantasy realm of reverse-racism mutates itself into this extended music video. This is beyond stupidity. There is so much racism in this piece, at some points, it doesn't even make sense and it becomes comedic. White cops conspiring to implicate a group of blacks in a ring of corruption and blackmail. Half an hour into it, after his sophisticated girlfriend is killed by cops in prison, all white people are "evil" and it's up to "Kool" to set up his gangsta organization: "Hot Boyz Inc." Snoop D-O-Double-G is a main character, if that's any indication of what you're watching. UUUUNNNGGGGHHH!!!! It's like they made a movie for the sole purpose of spending time partying, smoking weed and hanging out with hoes. I don't know how they got Gary Busey to participate in this monstrosity of wasted celluloid. No amount of baseball caps turned backwards can save this piece of stuff from stinking crap so much.
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