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Nikita Blues (2001)

R | | Drama | 1 February 2001 (USA)
A teenage girl seeks love in all the wrong places.

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Nikita
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Mildred, Nikita's mom
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Miss Beverly Fox
Kenny Lee ...
Mr. Jackson
Eddy Rubin ...
Wayne
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J-Smooth
Ayana Bush ...
Tangy / Singer in Classroom
Nicole Jenkins ...
Christine
Andy Zucca ...
Mr. Rivera
Edmund Marquez ...
Tito / Church Singer
Wesley Harris ...
Mr. Polinski
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Tyrone
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Shavan
Mohammed Luwemba ...
Molik
Patina Moss ...
Debbie / Clothing Store Customer (as Patina P.M. Moss)
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Nikita is 17, a senior at Los Angeles High, set on getting her English teacher, Mr. Jackson, to fall in love with her. Her best friend Tangy tells her to get real, but Nikita believes it's just a matter of telling him she loves him and giving him a kiss or two, even though he's engaged to the school's assistant principal Miss Fox: no man can resist for long, Nikita figures. She's also stealing clothes from the store where she works and selling them to students at a big discount. Add to the mix two thieves who hijack trucks and hang out near the school to molest co-eds. Nikita seems to be on a collision course with life. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Nikita wants to give her English teacher more than just a red apple!

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Rated R for language, violence, sexual content and brief drug use
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Mediocre Independent Film
21 August 2001 | by (NYC) – See all my reviews

This movie was not that bad but i doubt it would interest an audience overall. It's basically a film about a girl named Nikita who seeks a love life with her English teacher. Seems like they wanted a Cruel Intentions mixed with an Urban twist to it. You could sometimes feel the cheesiness of the film but if you get past that you'll see a good cast. A rental is sufficient...if they have it on video.


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