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Jacked (2001)

Boy commits murder, gets away with it and a year later, he turns himself in, but before doing so, he confesses to the victim's family.
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Dre
Alexis Fields ...
Stephanie
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Thelma Barnes
Bizzy Bone ...
Zach
T-Low ...
Shawn
Brandon Thomas ...
HB
Andrew Ford ...
Harold Barnes
Bobbie Bowman ...
Louis
Tenika Early ...
Roxanne
Toni Jones ...
Juanita
Pamela Lowery ...
Pam
Areshia McFarlin ...
Cigarette Lady
Sean Anthony ...
Detroit Man #1
Keith J.D. Hightower ...
Detroit Man #2
Kenneth E. King ...
Sergeant (as Kenny King)
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Andre Carter (Dre) a seventeen year old boy, accidently kills a man and gets away with it. A year later, after feeling guilty and remorse, Dre decides to turn himself into the police, but before doing so, he confesses to the dead man's family. He looks for them and discovers that because of their loss, they've hit hard times so he decides to help them first. He helps the wife get a job, befriends his thirteen year old son and falls in love with his eighteen year old daughter. The questions is... how could he turn himself in now? Written by Timothy Wayne Folsome

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language, sexuality and drug content
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3 October 2001 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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The film was low budget See more »

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Zach: Don't call me Zach, my name is Zachariah!
Zach: Say it with me now, Zachariah.
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3 December 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Here's a gem of a B-Movie. The story was told well and played out nicely. I expected it to be trash, cause it contained rappers as cast members...and an R&B singer to boot. Imagine my surprise when I couldn't stop watching until the last minute. I was completely taken by the lead character Dre and felt for him in his predicament. I applaud the writer for not crapping out with a cheery ending. I thoroughly enjoyed this flick.


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