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Three gangsters vie for control of the streets of Philadelphia.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Beanie Sigel ...
Noreaga ...
El Pollo Loco (as Victor N.O.R.E. Santiago)
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Dame
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Biggis (El Plaga)
Omillio Sparks ...
Baby Boy (as 'Omillio Sparks' Kenneth Johnson)
Oschino ...
D-Nice
Freeway ...
Himself
Hanif 'Neef' Muhammed ...
Neef (as Young Neef of Young Gunz)
Christopher Ries ...
Chris (as Young Chris of Young Gunz)
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Cam'ron
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Juelz Sanchez
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Jimmy Jones (as Jimmy Jones)
Duan Grant ...
P-Nut
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Aisha
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Dirt McGirt (as 'Dirt McGirt' Russell Jones)
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Three notorious gangsters wage a bloody battle for supremacy in the City of Brotherly Love. Beans, the imprisoned kingpin and hometown drug lord, struggles to keep his renegade ABM Crime Syndicate on the map. He is driven and consumed by a festering hatred for his longtime rival. Dame, the Harlem-born hustler, is also the top dog in town. His Umbrella network is unmatched in cash-flow and manpower. With a long list of enemies seeking territory and revenge, the self-proclaimed "cakeaholic" is forced into a vicious war. Loco, the flashy Miami playboy, is about to be released from prison. His deep pockets and stellar reputation prove to be valuable tools in Loco's plot to take over the streets of Philly. But he must first overcome the ghosts from a turbulent past. Alliances are formed and shattered, and lifelong friendships are put to the test as the various crews deal and duel to the death. Somewhere, buried deep within the ranks of one of these gangs, a ruthless criminal mastermind is ... Written by Sujit R. Varma

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Rated R for pervasive violence and language, strong sexuality and drug content | See all certifications »
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13 April 2005 (USA)  »

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State Property: Blood on the Streets  »

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$756,905 (USA) (15 April 2005)

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$1,677,733 (USA) (29 April 2005)
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The film poster is also used as the album cover for Beanie Sigel's third studio album, The B. Coming (2005) See more »

Quotes

Dame: You look like a cabbage patch voodoo doll!
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State Prop (You Know Us)
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Terrible
10 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

OK heres the deal. If you do not want to read a bashful review. Don't read this then. If so, read on. I will only make out a few points. If i were to write a full review you would be here all day reading.

The plot of this movie is so straight forward that it seems that it was derived from a rap song. Honestly it was rubbish and if you don't believe me watch it. (btw you know that movie they showed in the ring (the horror movie). Where you die if you watch it. Well this is what they were talking about)

As for the acting. Well think Drew Barrymore meets Paris HIlton. Extreme maybe, but nonetheless revleant. I cannot think of a movie which has had a gun battle where all the people involved stand around and shoot at point blank range mind you. AND MISS. They empty eniter clips and not one shot lands. Not one cop rocks up. And not one single person ducks in cover. See the reason why this bothers me is because they (the producers) were trying i assume to keep this movie real. And in doing so missed the point. This is meant to be movie on gangsters right? And from what it seems the directing missed that. This was more a movie on how not to shoot than to. Look if you have seen this movie you will get the idea.

Secondly the dumbest use of people in the movie. Each cut scene a new rapper or singer would be there. Making it seem more like a comerical than an acutaly cast of actors. Look in plain language stay away from this like the plague. All people involved should have had some acting lessons rather than making fake cut scenes. Saying lines is not acting. Acting is also an emotive thing.

PLEASE STOP THESE MOVIES. By the way: holding a gun sideways does not make you look cool. It makes you stupid.


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