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Lockdown -- Avery (Jones) returns to college as a competitive swimmer after getting his life back on track. But his life takes another unexpected turn when he and his two friends (Bonds, Casseus) are wrongly accused of murder and end up in prison.

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Writer (WGA):
Preston A. Whitmore II (written by)
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Avery (Jones) returns to college as a competitive swimmer after getting his life back on track. But his life takes another unexpected turn when he and his two friends (Bonds, Casseus) are wrongly accused of murder and end up in prison. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Richard T. Jones ... Avery Montgomery

Gabriel Casseus ... Cashmere

De'aundre Bonds ... Dre

Master P ... Clean Up

Melissa De Sousa ... Krista

Bill Nunn ... Charles

Clifton Powell ... Malachi Young

Sticky Fingaz ... Broadway

David 'Shark' Fralick ... Graffiti (as David Shark Fralick)

Anna Maria Horsford ... Saunders

Chrystale Wilson ... Dana

Paulette Braxton ... Marisa
Mike Butters ... Barkley

Joe Torry ... Alize
Mary Evans ... Anderson
Anthony Boswell ... Ruckus

Darcas Macopson ... Gains (as Dwayne Macopson)
Lloyd Avery II ... Nate
Courtney McLean ... Nuke
Antonio Lewis Todd ... Hill (as Antonio L. Todd)
David Nickey ... Lefty

Tait Fletcher ... Shaz
Tracy Hightower ... Clark
Jesús González ... Hector
Devon Lumpkin ... Jordan
Mikel Lumpkin ... Jordan
Darrell Young ... Little G
Dianna St. Hilaire ... Martina
Debra Johns ... Mrs. Wells
Bud White ... Judge
Doug Berryman ... Bus Driver
Darrold Morris ... Arresting Officer
Mark Fourte ... Board Officer
Amy Lawrence ... Ming
Edward Sisneros ... Roberto
Dorsey Ray ... Commitee Member #1
La Wanda Johnson ... Commitee Member #2 / Gospel Singer
Harriett Levine ... Commitee Member #3

Forrest Fyre ... State Official
Kevin Kennedy ... Visiting Guard #1
Gary D. Williams ... Minister
Timothy Richard Hopper ... Coach
Freddy Deane ... Time Keeper (as Frederick Deane)
Stanis K. Askew ... Gospel Singer
Rodney Bowe ... Gospel Singer
Lowell Burton Jr. ... Gospel Singer
Darnell Cameron ... Gospel Singer
Lucas Critchfield ... Gospel Singer
Debra Nelson ... Gospel Singer
Talena L. Hines ... Gospel Singer
Shirley Holden ... Gospel Singer
Wanda John ... Gospel Singer
Wilma John ... Gospel Singer
Tiffany Johnson ... Gospel Singer
Mark McConnell ... Gospel Singer
Charlie Mitchell ... Gospel Singer
Yolanda Olivas ... Gospel Singer
Lamont Paige ... Gospel Singer
Tom Robinson ... Gospel Singer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Viola Valdez ... Visitor

Ameer Baraka ... (uncredited)
Richard Barela ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Deborah Chavez ... Receptionist (uncredited)
Bil Clement ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Angelo Dimascio ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

Andrew Divoff ... Perez (uncredited)

Russell Gannon ... 187 (uncredited)
Jimmy Keller ... Hotboy (uncredited)

Eric Martinez ... Gangmember #1 (uncredited)
Mike McKenny ... Inmate (uncredited)
James 'JR' Pollard ... Old Prisoner in Mess Hall (uncredited)

J. Nathan Simmons ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Chris Talley ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Anthony M. Trujillo ... Drug Dealer / Extraz Casting Assistant for JR Pollard (uncredited)
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Directed by
John Luessenhop 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Preston A. Whitmore II (written by)

Produced by
Eric Abrahamson .... line producer
Mark Burg .... producer
Jeff Clanagan .... producer
Dan Genetti .... co-producer
Oren Koules .... producer
Stevie 'Black' Lockett .... producer
Master P .... executive producer
Addison Wright .... production supervisor
 
Original Music by
John Frizzell 
 
Cinematography by
Chris Chomyn 
 
Film Editing by
Joseph Gutowski 
 
Casting by
Mark Fourte 
Stevie 'Black' Lockett 
 
Production Design by
Billy Jett 
 
Set Decoration by
Heidi Mayfield 
 
Costume Design by
Nicole L. Schroud 
 
Makeup Department
Petrice Bankhead .... key makeup artist
Germicka Barclay .... key hair stylist
Melanie Mills .... makeup department head
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alexander H. Gayner .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Jared Fleury .... property master
Jennifer Fleury .... assistant property master
Theodore Grivas .... on-set dresser
Robert House .... propmaker
Hassan Jamal .... art department production assistant
David G. McKnight .... swing
Gary Petersen .... construction foreman
 
Sound Department
Bobbi Banks .... supervising adr editor
Jeff K. Brunello .... sound editor
Bayard Carey .... production sound mixer
Mark Lanza .... supervising sound editor
Michael Orlowski .... assistant sound editor
Andy Peach .... sound recordist
Ann Scibelli .... sound designer
Cathie Speakman .... sound editor
Ken Teaney .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Geoffrey C. Martin .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Douglas Salkin .... visual effects producer
Ziad Seirafi .... CGI supervisor
Dan Walker .... digial opticals
 
Stunts
Brett A. Jones .... stunts
Keith Woulard .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Miles Anderson .... gaffer
Tony Anderson .... key grip: Los Angeles
Steve Banister .... first assistant "b" camera
Bennett Cerf .... camera intern
Helen Chough .... assistant camera
Jeff Graham .... first assistant camera
Robert Stenger .... first assistant camera
D. Stevens .... still photographer
Bela Trutz .... additional director of photography
Bela Trutz .... camera operator
Jordan Wright .... film loader
 
Casting Department
Mark Fourte .... casting associate
James 'JR' Pollard .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alyson MacInnis .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Christian Miglio .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Kim Biue .... music supervisor
Bruno Coon .... music editor
Christopher Violette .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Sandra Ninham .... crew driver
 
Other crew
Joe Cappelletti .... adr voice artist
Carlos Castellanos .... production coordinator
Michael Collins .... production accountant
J.J. Dalton .... production assistant
Liz Graham .... script supervisor
Theodore Grivas .... set production assistant
Tami Hodges Gruneich .... key set production assistant (as Tami Hodges-Malaniak)
Erik Olson .... production coordinator (as Erik M. Olson)
Faith Strongheart .... travel coordinator
Alan Swain .... location manager
 

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Rated R for brutal violence including sexual assaults, a strong scene of sexuality, pervasive language and graphic drug use
Runtime:
105 min
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Trivia:
De'aundre Bonds was shot four times just days before the film began shooting. He arrived on the set limping and his limp was written into his character.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: During the final fight, the stab wound in Ruckus' back disappears and reappears between shots.See more »

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1 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Several Thumbs Down!, 28 June 2003
Author: twilsonr from Rochester, NY

This film was so predictable that it almost scared me into thinking that I had become a psychic! I had to think about something, because there certainly was nothing in the film worth any brain cells. I think a group of amateur drama students in a high school could do a better job, if only having watched a few episodes of HBO's "OZ"!

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