Hardened, uncomprimising drug dealer Roemello Skuggs decides to quit his scumbag profession so he may start a new life with his girlfriend. However, he soon learns getting out is nowhere near as easy as getting in, as everything gradually builds up to end in tragedy.Written by
Warner Bros., Miramax Films and TriStar Pictures all passed on handling this film, before Twentieth Century Fox picked up the domestic distribution rights. See more »
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Look Lolly, I think we need to call a truce. You don't hit my men, I won't hit yours. You don't hurt my brother... and I won't take your whole family. We'll work it out so you can get a piece of the action. Ok, chump? I mean champ. My word is bond.
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Performed by Dirt Nation
Produced by Edman for OkeDoke Music
Written by J. Brown/E. Jones/J. Chavis/E. Lawson
Published by Dirty Music Publishing (ASCAP/Edman Music (ASCAP) See more »
this is how it's done...
I really felt this story starring Wesley Snipes and Michael Wright. It really shows the struggle of two brothers up to their present point in time, of how they were exposed to the drug game at such an early age from the death of their strung out mother to the crippling of their father thanks to the mafia. It was such a real story that sent out a strong message that got through to me - it's kind of a good guy/bad guy hood flick with a strong crime element and brutal murder scenes. Wesley Snipes is great as the hustler w/ a conscience but it was Michael Wright who delivers as the trigger-happy older brother who will murder just about anything that tries to invade his...
Sugar Hill is a movie that packs a wicked punch...great movie - in urban cinema this is easily a classic
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