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Streets of Blood -- A veteran detective (Val Kimer), his new partner (Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson), and a department shrink (Sharon Stone) deal with crime, corruption, and a rising death tool in The Big Easy six months after Hurricane Katrina ripped through the streets.
Streets of Blood -- A police officer's partner has died during Hurricane Katrina, but he later discovers that his partner may have been murdered. An investigation follows, taking the officer and his new partner into the depths of the criminal underworld.


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The Big Easy is losing the fight.
A police officer's partner has died during Hurricane Katrina, but he later discovers that his partner may have been murdered. An investigation follows, taking the officer and his new partner into the depths of the criminal underworld. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Val Kilmer ... Det. Andy Deveraux

50 Cent ... Det. Stan Johnson (as Curtis Jackson)

Sharon Stone ... Nina Ferraro

Michael Biehn ... Agent Michael Brown

Jose Pablo Cantillo ... Det. Pepe Vasquez

Brian Presley ... Det. Barney Balentine

Barry Shabaka Henley ... Captain Friendly

Luis A. Rolon ... Chamorro (as Luis Rolon)
Defecio Stoglin ... Jambalaya Jake (as Deficio)
Davi Jay ... Ray Delacroix
Dother Sykes IV ... Downey Little

Pilar Sanders ... Yolanda

Darcel White Moreno ... Tanya

Shirly Brener ... Selina

Tze Yep ... Wu Kim

Marcus M. Mauldin ... Diesel (as Marcus Mauldin)

Gocha Chertkoev ... Dmitri
Mario Mims ... Sweatdrops

David Andriole ... Assistant D.A.

Brett Granstaff ... Cop #1
Diego J. Martinez ... Cop #2 (as Diego Martinez)
Charles Winkler ... Local Cop

Richard F Law ... Blackwater Guard
Jeremy Johnson ... Stan's Son

Katie Chonacas ... Cecillia

Katarzyna Wolejnio ... Woman (as Kasia Wolejnio)

Dino Dos Santos ... Santos
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Edrick Browne ... 3NG Gang Member (uncredited)
Michael Byrnes ... Cop (uncredited)
Kip Cummings ... CSI Detective (uncredited)
Jon Dainty ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Ted Ferguson ... Courthouse Lawyer (uncredited)
Zacharias Foppe ... Looter (uncredited)
Jayson James ... Miguel (uncredited)

Jimmy Lee Jr. ... Officer Britt (uncredited)
James B. McDaniel ... Court Goer (uncredited)
Amy McGee ... CSI Agent (uncredited)

Cord Newman ... Agent Blair (uncredited)

James Paul ... Street Musican (uncredited)

Erika Perez ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)

James Ralph ... Agent Lyon (uncredited)
Shelomi Sanders ... Stan's Daughter (uncredited)

Chuck Vail ... Lawyer (uncredited)
Thomas Wallace ... Coroner (uncredited)

Daryl Winter ... Cop (uncredited)

Directed by
Charles Winkler 
Writing credits
Eugene Hess (screenplay)

Eugene Hess (story) and
Dennis Fanning (story)

Produced by
Boaz Davidson .... executive producer
Danny Dimbort .... executive producer
Randall Emmett .... producer
Eileen Fields .... line producer
Michael P. Flannigan .... co-producer
George Furla .... producer
Warren T. Goz .... executive producer
Eugene Hess .... co-producer
Avi Lerner .... producer
Danny Lerner .... executive producer
Stewart McMichael .... executive producer
Matthew O'Toole .... producer (as Matt O'Toole)
Chris Penn .... co-producer
Jose Ruisanchez .... associate producer
Trevor Short .... executive producer
John Thompson .... producer
Charles Winkler .... producer
Irwin Winkler .... executive producer
Original Music by
Stephen Endelman 
Cinematography by
Roy H. Wagner (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Clayton Halsey 
Casting by
Nancy Nayor  (as Nancy Nayor Battino)
Production Design by
Gary Constable 
Art Direction by
Joshua Stricklin 
Set Decoration by
Kristin Bicksler 
Costume Design by
Gina Hendrix 
Makeup Department
Kimberly Amacker .... assistant makeup artist
Jessica Anderson Crocker .... key makeup artist (as Jessica Anderson Abbott)
Melizah Anguiano .... hair department head (as Melizah Schmidt)
David Atherton .... makeup artist: Mr. Kilmer
David Atherton .... makeup department head
Lionel Jones .... hair stylist: Mr. Jackson
Chrissy Morris .... makeup artist
Cheryl Ann Nick .... key makeup artist (as Cheryl Nick)
Cheryl Ann Nick .... makeup artist: Ms. Stone (as Cheryl Nick)
Karmann Swank .... key hair stylist
Melizah Anguiano .... hair stylist: Sharon Stone (uncredited)
Production Management
Elie Cohn .... unit production manager
Jerry Gilbert .... post-production supervisor
Todd Gilbert .... executive in charge of post-production: Millennium Films
Joseph Lobato .... post-production manager: Millennium Films
Diego J. Martinez .... production supervisor (as Diego Martinez)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tommy Martin .... second assistant director
Daniel Shultz .... second second assistant director (as Dan Shultz)
Franklin A. Vallette .... first assistant director (as Franklin Vallette)
Art Department
Cook Allender .... on-set dresser
Genny Bamburg .... scenic artist (as Genevieve Bamberg)
Trinity Bamburg .... scenic artist (as Trinity Bamberg)
Dillon Jim Breithaupt .... construction foreman (as Dillon Breithaupt)
Lisa Akes Crouch .... on-set greensperson
Chris Garner .... set dresser
Stanford Gilbert .... property master
Greg Gott .... lead scenic artist
Sam Jacobs .... set dresser
Jason Jones .... carpenter
Jason Kay .... property intern
Katherine Miller .... set decoration buyer
William Nutt .... key greensman
Eric Orr .... property assistant
Jared Pendergrass .... art department coordinator
Janna Roach .... assistant property master
Cindy Seay .... scenic artist
Floyd B. Sterling .... leadman (as Floyd B. Sterling Jr.)
Kevin Stevenson .... computer graphics
Charles Wilson .... carpenter
Chris Wilson .... carpenter
Sound Department
Alex Brazan .... sound effects editor
Alex Brazan .... supervising sound editor
Jason Dotts .... sound effects editor
Jason Dotts .... sound re-recording mixer
J. Alex Faucheux .... sound editor
Cameron O. Galloway .... dialogue editor
Jason Gaya .... adr mixer
LaToya George .... foley editor (as Latoya George)
Judah Getz .... adr mixer
Jerry Gilbert .... adr editor
Jerry Gilbert .... sound re-recording mixer
Kevin Gradnigo .... sound editor
Jonathan Harnsongkram .... foley mixer
Ronald W. Hedrick II .... second boom operator
Ronald W. Hedrick II .... utility
Jesse Kees .... assistant sound editor
Dana McCommon .... additional adr mixer
Andrew Morgado .... adr mixer
John O'Bannon .... foley artist (as Jered O'Bannon)
Rob Smith .... sound mixer (as Robert Smith)
Bob Tiwana .... boom operator
Dean Treloar .... assistant sound editor
Dean Treloar .... sound effects editor
Oscar Zambrano .... adr engineer
Roy Machado .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Jason Babin .... special effects technician
Greg Kilmer .... special effects technician
Jack Lynch .... special effects
Richard E. Perry .... special effects foreman (as Rick Perry)
Troy E. Ramey .... special effects technician (as Troy Ramey)
Visual Effects by
Simeon Asenov .... visual effects art director: Worldwide FX
Dilyan Aynadzhiev .... technical support: Worldwide FX (as Dilyan Ainajiev)
Angelina Borisowa .... visual effects editor
Derek Bourque .... visual effects supervisor: Worldwide FX
Scott Coulter .... visual effects producer: Worldwide FX
Daniel Donchov .... technical support: Worldwide FX
Kremena Ganeva .... 2D compositor: Worldwide FX
Danail Hadzhiyski .... visual effects supervisor: Worldwide FX
Momchil Kirov .... 2D compositor: Worldwide FX
Nikolay Kondarev .... technical support: Worldwide FX (as Nikolaj Kondarev)
Zornitsa Krasteva .... visual effects colorist: Worldwide FX
Nikolay Kvetsinski .... technical support: Worldwide FX
Desislava Lazarova .... visual effects editor: Worldwide FX
Peter Marinov .... technical support: Worldwide FX
Jordan Markov .... visual effects
Milena Peneva .... visual effects coordinator: Worldwide FX
Nick Peshunoff .... visual effects coordinator
D.J. Shea .... digital dust removal
Kevin Stevenson .... computer graphics artist
Gancho Stoychev .... technical support: Worldwide FX
Valentin Todorov .... technical support: Worldwide FX
Peter Tomov .... 3D artist: Worldwide FX (as Petar Tomov)
Milen Zhelyazkov .... 2D lead artist: Worldwide FX
Alex Zvezdev .... technical support: Worldwide FX (as Alexander Zvezdev)
Ray Abbott .... stunts
Scott L. Anderson .... stunt rigger
Kevin Beard .... stunts
Chuck Borden .... stunts
Jessika Brodosi .... stunts
Edrick Browne .... stunts
John Cann .... stunts (as Johnny Cann)
Trace Cheramie .... stunts
Lena Clark .... stunts
Brian Dakota .... stunts
Mark De Alessandro .... stunts (as Mark Dealessandro)
Dino Dos Santos .... stunts
Brennan Dyson .... stunts
J.J. Echavarria .... stunts
Johnny Echavarria .... stunts
Zacharias Foppe .... stunts (as Zachary Foppe)
Steven Gilles .... stunts
Clayton Halsey .... stunts
Jayson James .... stunts (as Jason James)
James Lew .... stunts
David S. Lomax .... stunts (as David Lomax)
Raoul Marques .... stunts
John A. Metoyer .... stunts
Cord Newman .... stunts
Michael Ortiz .... stunts (as Mike Ortiz)
Pete O. Partida .... stunts (as Pete Partida)
Nick Plantico .... stunt coordinator
Víctor Quintero .... stunts (as Vic Quintero)
James Ralph .... stunt coordinator
James Ralph .... stunt double: Mr. Kilmer
James Ralph .... stunts
Alec Rayme .... stunts
Eric Rocks .... stunts
Tim J. Smith .... stunts (as Tim Smith)
Michael Valenzuela .... stunts
Bryon Weiss .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Gordon Ard .... best boy grip
Steven T. Bartlett .... electrician
Brent Bazinski .... electrician
Paul Beard .... dolly grip
Lawles Bourque .... additional still photographer
Jacob Bynum .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Sal Camacho .... first assistant camera
Michael Ciancio .... digital imaging technician
Andy Clapp .... best boy electric (as Andrew Clapp)
Jayson S. Coddington .... electrician
Brian Crane .... gaffer
Bryan Delorenzo .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Steve Dietl .... still photographer
John Gregory Edwards .... lighting technician
Sean Fairburn .... digital imaging technician
Robert Foster .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Bob Foster)
Gonzalo Gonzalez .... electrician
David Harmon .... electrician
Brian Harrison .... electrician
Richie Hollis .... electrician
Tom Holzer .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Francis Edward Hughens .... electrician
Quentin Hughes .... electrician
Nathaniel Kendrick Jr. .... electrician (as Nathan Kendrick)
Karl A. Leon .... electrician
Nick Leon .... dolly grip (as T. Nick Leon)
Dana McCommon .... camera: EPK
Zane Meyer .... camera production assistant
Jerome Miller Jr. .... grip (as Jerome Miller)
Jason Murphy .... electrician
Rob Muthamia .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as Robert Muthamia)
Ryan Russell .... grip (as Ryan Russel)
T.J. Sebren .... electrician (as Thomas L. Sebren Jr.)
Johnny Smith .... grip (as John Smith)
Wells A. Smith .... key grip (as Wells Smith)
Kevin Stevenson .... video playback
Roy H. Wagner .... camera operator: "a" camera
Martin Warner .... electrician
Earl Woods .... best boy electric (as Earl Woods Jr.)
Tommie Young .... generator operator: base camp
Steve Zeiger .... grip (as Steven Zeiger)
Casting Department
Jay DeFelice .... extras casting associate (as Jay Defelice)
Ryan Glorioso .... location casting
Kate Warren .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ren Heeralal .... costume supervisor
Martha Ledbetter .... costume production assistant
Taylor Mitchell .... costumer
Melissa Reed .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Jason Barnoski .... assistant editor
Tyler Dixon .... additional editing
Tyler Dixon .... digital colorist
Tyler Dixon .... digital conformist
Tyler Dixon .... editor: main title sequence
Andrew Drazek .... additional editor
Andrew Drazek .... editor: main title sequence
Ashley Fabre .... digital intermediate coordinator (as Ashley Wilks Day)
Ashley Fabre .... post-production coordinator (as Ashley Wilks Day)
Jerry Gilbert .... digital intermediate producer
Michael Good .... apprentice editor
Music Department
Selena Arizanovic .... music coordinator
Bryan Carrigan .... music editor
Stephen Endelman .... orchestrator
Ashley Waldron .... music supervisor (as Ashley Miller)
Tyler Westen .... music mixer
Transportation Department
Allen Ary .... driver
Mark Bascle .... driver: Mr. Kilmer
Donald Bradley .... transportation co-captain
Fred Davis .... driver: honeywagon
Phil K. Frost .... transportation captain
Beau Holden .... driver: Ms. Stone (as Gregory 'Beau' Holden)
Debbie Hood .... van driver
Gary L. Horton .... driver (as Gary Horton)
David Jennings .... driver
Donna Kelley .... van driver (as Donna Kelly)
Randy Kinyon .... transportation coordinator
Raymond Lee .... driver
Gary McClain .... driver (as Gary Mcclain)
Kenneth Powell .... driver
Beverly Reeves .... van driver
J.R. Tinsley .... driver
Charles Whitaker .... driver (as Charles 'Whit' Whitaker)
Kenneth Wilcher .... driver
Tommie Young .... driver
Felicia Zamora .... van driver
Other crew
Danny 'Dano' Anderson .... set production assistant
Will Barron .... stand-in: Mr. Kilmer (as William Barron)
Gregory Blohm .... assistant: Mr. Emmett
Elizabeth Bowen .... interviewer: EPK
Devon Boyd .... senior vice president of finance: Millennium Films
Phillip Jordan Brooks .... key location assistant (as Phil Brooks)
Dottie Buck .... craft service
Barry L. Caldwell .... script supervisor
Christopher Michael Casey .... personal assistant: Randall Emmett
Noël K. Cohan .... production coordinator (as Noel Cohan)
Andrei Constantinescu .... office production assistant
Mona Coulter .... travel arrangements: Associated Travel Group
Robert M. Donaldson .... location manager
Alex Espinoza .... assistant chef: A&M Catering Company
Rick Eyler .... senior contracts administrator: Millennium Films
Claude Forest .... insurance broker
Sylvia Frantom .... first assistant accountant (as Sylvia Franton)
Ira Friedlander .... production accountant
Jose Gallardo .... chef: A&M Catering Company
Ontea Gates .... assistant: Mr. Jackson
Jeffrey Giles .... international distribution
Eric Green .... marketing and publicity
Geoff Gregg .... office production assistant
David Heffler .... assistant: Mr. Kilmer
Jan Elizabeth Johnson .... location coordinator (as Jan Johnson)
Jodie Kuhuski .... financial consultant: Millennium Films (as Jodie Kuhuski Mercuri)
Alan J. Lam .... production controller: Millennium Films (as Alan Lam)
Charlotte Lancaster .... set production assistant
Brooke Lehman .... assistant production coordinator
Ed Lipscomb .... location manager
Joan Mao .... assistant: Mr. Davidson (as John Mao)
Jill Massie .... dialect coach: Sharon Stone
Dana McCommon .... epk crew
Monica McLeod .... payroll accountant (as Monica Mcleod)
Gregory McNamara .... location scout (as Greg Mcnamara)
Christian Mercuri .... president of international sales: Millennium Films
Christian Mercuri .... president: distribution, Millennium Films
Sarah Ogletree .... e.p.k. editor
Jeff Overcash .... craft service
Rouslan Ovtcharoff .... production associate
Sandy Parker .... additional script supervisor
David Patinella .... business & legal affairs: Millennium Films (as David Patinella Esq)
Nick Plantico .... weapons wrangler
Stephen H. Porter .... office production assistant
Lonnie Ramati .... production business affairs
Thell Reed .... armorer
Tina Rosen .... executive vice president: accounting, Millennium Films
Avivah Sharon .... travel arrangements: New Act Travel (as Aviva Sharon)
Anna Gand Sislyan .... financial analyst (as Anna Gand)
Jim Small .... assistant location manager
Maegan Sonnier .... travel arrangements: Associated Travel Group
Amy Soto .... director assistant
Ray Tamayo .... staff accountant
Stevie Taylor .... stand-in: Mr. Jackson
Tanya Thanadpojanamart .... director of distribution
Tanya Thanadpojanamart .... director: distribution services
Michelle Tonjes .... stand-in: Ms. Stone (as Michelle Lott)
Sonia Torres .... set production assistant (as Sonia V. Torres)
Edward Trant .... accounting clerk
Mike Tristano .... master armorer
Chris W. Tucker .... office production assistant (as Christopher W. Tucker)
M. Dal Walton III .... production executive: Emmett Furla Films
Matthew Warren .... completion bond: Film Finances, Inc. (as Matt Warren)
Greg Washington .... on-set medic (as Gregory Washington)
Julie Weisel .... post-production accounting: Millennium Films
Bradley Weiss .... human resources: Millennium Films
Chantal Westerman .... assistant: Ms. Stone
Matthew Wright .... set production assistant
Robert Yacobian .... post-production accounting (as Rob Yacobian)
Anthony Yuse .... key production assistant
Ty Johnson .... special thanks: Fathead Apparel, Inc.

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Rated R for strong violence, sexuality, drug content and pervasive language (certificate # 44827)
USA:95 min | Argentina:95 min
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[first lines]
Nina Ferraro:How do you feel about taking another human being's life?
Andy Devereaux:Well, like my daddy always said, it's better to be judged by 12 than carried by six.
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
There's worst flicks out there. This is quite watchable, 30 June 2012
Author: Rodrigo Amaro ( from São Paulo, Brazil

Gee, I'm gonna have to play the devil's advocate with this film, shamelessly called as being the worst movie ever or things close to such remark. If "Streets of Blood" is the worst thing people are seeing lately then it's better they stay away from movies. It's just another direct-to-video flick that is filled with poor moments and some average acting but it overcomes some of those obstacles and becomes something watchable, easy to digest. Good and that's it.

The plot goes to show that corruption is everywhere, no one is safe but some corrupt cops are better than the others. It follows Val Kilmer and Curtis Jackson (50 Cent) as two cops investigating the deaths of several criminals in the New Orleans post-Katrina, a place now devastated, trying to recover from its problems. They're not 100% honest but they're better than their strange partners (played by Brian Presley and Jose Pablo Cantillo), also cops, but with no discipline whatsoever, committing crimes on several occasions, and in one of those they've killed an undercover agent. Parallel to the deaths and the cops routine, there's the Internal Affairs investigation made by Sharon Stone's character trying to figure out if there's dirty cops in the police force when she's positive that there is.

Action scenes are okay, nothing so outstanding. The drama was very problematic with flashbacks that were badly presented, hard to put in order and they diluted the possible chance of suspense. However, the biggest problem is that it tries too hard to impress with its scenes (like the shooting in the drug dealer's house with a horny couple that couldn't stop with the sex while bullets were flying next to them; or when the cops are trying to get information from the hookers.) without making any relevant statement about New Orleans problems after the Hurricane Katrina. To the writers it's far more interesting to say that the crime got worse after the natural disaster but let's show this on a action generic picture than to make dramatic and real statements. But it's so much better than "Hard Luck" whose premise is very similar (in dealing with the tragedy in New Orleans) but that was a pretty bad movie with no chance of redemption. And Hollywood still hasn't made one decent movie about this issue, it's about time.

When it comes the acting department, well, Kilmer and Stone are not on their best form; Jackson goes okay so does Presley playing the redneck cop who always accidentally fires at somebody; Barry Shabaka Henley saved the day playing the only good cop in town; Michael Biehn already tired me out countless times while playing villains.

Really, this is not that bad as viewers tend to say. It offers some good entertainment, a distraction and some good scenes like the repeated exchange between Jackson and a lawyer one cursing each other. I've seen worst things than this film and I trust that some of you as well. 6/10

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