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Ride or Die (2003)

Super fly P. I. gets bad guys the cops can't touch.

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Conrad 'Rad' McRae
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B Free
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Benjamin / Killer Ben
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Miyako
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Demise
Iona Morris
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Tommy Wong
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Masked Woman
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David Rabinowitz
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Basketball Player
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Super fly P. I. gets bad guys the cops can't touch.

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Rated R for language, violence and some sexual content | See all certifications »
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2 March 2004 (USA)  »

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Hustle and Heat  »

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A character in this movie is nicknamed Armageddon. Michael "Bear" Taliaferro, who costars in this movie, was in a movie called Armageddon (1998). See more »

Goofs

Rad says that he knows Benjamin did not commit suicide because the gun was found in his right hand, while Benjamin was left-handed. However, in an earlier scene in which Rad and Benjamin face off with a trio of thugs, Benjamin pulls his gun with his right and aims it with his right hand for several moments. Then, the gun appears in his left hand. Finally, he puts the gun away on his left side, using his right hand. See more »

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References The Jeffersons (1975) See more »

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Absolutely dreadful
10 May 2005 | by (Western US) – See all my reviews

As an African American male, I wanted to like the movie "Ride or Die" because it featured a black male lead character and a mostly black cast. But the movie was so bad...

I'ts about a James Bond-like private investigator trying to solve the murder of a childhood friend (I guess). Vivica A. Fox, who was one of the producers, brought a little charm to the vehicle playing a black female "Q," but the more I watched, the more I felt sorry for her being in such a turkey. Duane Martin, who wrote the script and starred in the picture, has about as much screen presence as a burnt out light bulb.

Don't waste your time on this bugger. Perhaps it has some potential at one of those late night "Real Bad Movie" college parties; you know, like those 1950's horror movies.


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