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Line of Duty -- The ambitions of four childhood friends land them on opposite sides of the law. Rookie FBI agents Bobby and Julian must go undercover and face their hidden pasts in an attempt to bring down their former best friends' criminal organization.
Line of Duty -- Clip: The Set Up
Line of Duty -- In MISSION PARK, the ambitions of four childhood friends land them on opposite sides of the law. Rookie FBI agents Bobby (Valdez) and Julian (Rothhaar) must go undercover and face their hidden pasts in an attempt to bring down their best friends' (Perez, Soria) criminal organization.
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Writer:
Bryan Ramirez (screenplay)
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Some lines are meant to be crossed
Plot:
Four friends from the rough side of town grow apart when two are consumed by a life of crime, and the other two become FBI agents sent deep undercover - to bring down those childhood friends. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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User Reviews:
Bad, Bad Film. Stay Away See more (6 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Jeremy Ray Valdez ... Bobby

Walter Perez ... Jason

Fernanda Romero ... Gina

Will Rothhaar ... Julian

Joseph Julian Soria ... Derek

Will Estes ... The Dealer

Jesse Borrego ... Mr. Ramirez

Vivica A. Fox ... Agent Montelongo

Sean Patrick Flanery ... The Captain

Douglas Spain ... Agent Ortiz

Julio Cesar Cedillo ... Detective Rodriguez (as Julio Cedillo)

David J. Phillips ... Detective Jones

Bryce Cass ... Young Jason
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Tabyana Ali ... Young Girl At Graduation (as Tabyana Ford)

Jose Barajas ... Jason's Dad
Jeremy Becerra ... Young Bobby
Alessandro Bianchi ... Agent Ortiz / The Dealer (voice)
Austin Brock ... Young Julian
Rick Carrillo ... Booking Officer

Cesar Cervantes ... Teacher
J.R. Flournoy ... Bruno's bouncer

Yesenia Garcia ... Gina's Mom
Matthew Garth II ... Julian's Father
Alonzo Lara ... Young Derek
Howard Lawrence ... FBI Agent

Mayra Leal ... Jason's Mom
Michelle Leyva ... Derek's Girl

Ken Luckey ... Police Officer

Jesse Medeles ... OG
Titos Menchaca ... Bartender

Armando Montelongo ... San Antonio Mayor Girolami
Veronica Montelongo ... Bobby's Mom

Nancy Nave ... Mayor's PR Spokesperson

Chad Pack ... Club Goer

Freddie Poole ... Waiter / Assassin

Manny Rey ... Mexican Cartel

Amanda Rivas ... Derek's Mom
Carlos Rodriguez ... Big Nasty Mexican
Manuel Santana ... Senor Rubio (as Manny Santana)
Steven Schlesinger ... Cop

Melissa Dawn Smith ... Julian's Mother

Jeremy St. James ... Doorman
Gianni Trevino ... 8-year-old Bobby
Marc Ursone ... Bobby's Teacher
Hannah Valadez ... Derek's Girl

Marisa Varela ... Waitress
Gabi Walker ... Young Gina
Keith Yackey ... Joe the Bartender

Mario Zamora ... Cook (as Mario Valdez Zamora)
Brittany Callahan ... Club-Goer (uncredited)
Eric Vincent Davenport ... Bartender (uncredited)
Dora Olivia Esquivel ... Tourist (uncredited)

Ulysses Lopez ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Veronica Pierce ... Family Member (uncredited)

Lydia Pilot ... Club Goer (uncredited)
Skye Polchert ... Club Goer (uncredited)

Michael J. Rodriguez ... Mexican Drug Cartel (uncredited)
Randi Rummer ... Mayor's Assistant (uncredited)
Saagar Shaikh ... Patron (uncredited)

Destiny Soria ... Club Goer (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... River Walk Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Lupe Trejo ... Club-Goer (uncredited)

Directed by
Bryan Ramirez 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bryan Ramirez  screenplay

Produced by
Betty A. Buckley .... line producer
Fernando Cano .... producer: second unit (as Fernando S. Cano II)
Armando Montelongo .... executive producer
David J. Phillips .... co-producer
Amanda Rubio Ramirez .... associate producer
Amanda Rubio Ramirez .... co-producer
Bryan Ramirez .... producer
Bryan Ramirez .... supervising producer: studio
Douglas Spain .... producer
Joey Stewart .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Stephen Barton 
 
Cinematography by
L. Thomas Nador 
 
Film Editing by
Yusef Svacina 
 
Production Design by
Cary White 
 
Set Decoration by
Suzanne Stover 
 
Costume Design by
Stephen M. Chudej 
 
Makeup Department
Nancy Rankin Escovedo .... hair stylist (as Nancy Rankin)
Nancy Rankin Escovedo .... makeup artist (as Nancy Rankin)
Alicia Guevara .... key hair stylist
Meredith Johns .... key makeup artist
Meredith Johns .... special makeup effects artist
Jenny Lin .... assistant makeup artist
Sheila Moore .... assistant hair stylist
Sheila Moore .... assistant makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mary Beth Chambers .... second assistant director
Allison Graham .... second second assistant director
A.J. Ledesma .... second second assistant director
Joey Stewart .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Jack Colmenero .... set dresser
J.R. Flournoy .... assistant property master
J.R. Flournoy .... weapons master
Ken Gaston-Kilgore .... swing gang
Alison Hatfield .... art assistant
John 'B.J.' Smith .... lead scenic
Byron Scott Thomas .... property master
 
Sound Department
Lesa Foust .... boom operator
Brian Maratea .... utility
 
Special Effects by
Frank Ceglia .... special effects coordinator
Meredith Johns .... special effects makeup
 
Stunts
Jenin Gonzalez .... stunt performer
Freddie Poole .... stunt double: Bobby
Dawson Towery .... stunt performer
Russell Towery .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Roger Basquette .... hd video assist operator
Carlos Benavides .... best boy
Chase Chesnutt .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Theda Cunningham .... first assistant camera
Felicia Graham .... still photographer
David McGill .... Steadicam operator
Zach Nasits .... camera operator
Balint Pinczehelyi .... key grip
Froylan Reyes Jr. .... electrician
Philip Roy .... b camera operator
Adam Drew Schwartz .... first assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Sally Allen .... casting
Toni Cobb Brock .... casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marie-Therese Breen .... wardrobe daily
Susan Gaedke McGill .... costume supervisor (as Susan Gaedke)
 
Editorial Department
Chelsea Dinsdale .... assistant editor
Alex Ferrari .... colorist
Alex Ferrari .... on-line editor
 
Location Management
John Vaughan .... location trainee
 
Transportation Department
Sam Craytor .... driver: honeywagon
Mark Crosby .... driver
Gary Greenberg .... tracking vehicle
Ronnie Reeves .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Beatrice Bellino .... script supervisor
Debbie Bilski .... key craft service
Nicole Bilski .... craft service assistant
Randy Bilski .... set medic
Tiffany Boyle .... sales executive
Erika Canchola .... production attorney
Fernando Cano .... production coordinator (as Fernando S. Cano II)
A.J. Cast .... production assistant
Eric Vincent Davenport .... stand-in: male/lead
Christa del Castillo .... first assist accountant
Christa del Castillo .... first assistant accountant
Danny Geraldo .... production assistant (as Danny Martinez)
Jennifer Gray .... production attorney
Chris M. Jackson .... video playback graphics
Adam Kenitzer .... production assistant
Michelle Millette .... production assistant
Elsa Ramo .... production attorney
Tim VandeSteeg .... consultant
Jenni Wieland .... production accountant
 
Thanks
Elizabeth Ballanti .... special thanks
Mike Cameron .... special thanks
Sean Dubravac .... special thanks
Joe Gamez .... special thanks
James Henderson .... special thanks
Kristen Henderson .... special thanks (as Kristen Soehner)
Meredith Henderson .... special thanks
Matt Ilczuk .... special thanks
Mia Mastroianni .... special thanks
Sean Meier .... special thanks
Erika Olmos .... special thanks
Scott C. Parrott .... special thanks
Joseph Pedraza .... special thanks
Darin Rasmussin .... special thanks
Eugene Simor .... special thanks
Susanna Sutton .... special thanks
Margaret Whitman .... special thanks
 

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Rated R for violence and language throughout, sexual content/nudity and some drug use
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USA:100 min
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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Bad, Bad Film. Stay Away, 1 December 2014
Author: marydaleed-is from United States

What can I say about Line of Duty? I always like to begin with something positive, but this is the first film I've ever reviewed where I could find nothing good to say.

This film ran and looked like what my kid brother and I used to shoot for fun when we were kids.

Seriously, this film just never comes together. There were some decent actors; for example Walter Perez gave it all he could to try to find depth in an otherwise two-dimensional, clichéd drug lord character, Jason. The problem was he was fishing in shallow water. And, whoever heard of a drug lord named Jason?

My question is, how did this film even get made? Weren't there checks and balances along the way that screamed, "CAUTION, CAUTION, STAY AWAY"? The script is the main problem, the directing and acting follows close behind, but I blame the people who paid for this film to even be produced. Did they know ANYTHING at all about film making before they jumped into the business? I guess there will always be foolish people with more money than sense who want to be in the movie-making business.

I think the best I can say about this film is that with a $2.5 million budget and only about a $77,707 take, it restores my faith in the movie-going public.

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