Ex-con attempting to go straight runs accross serious problems. His girlfriend gets arrested for dealing crack to an undercover police officer. In a desperate attempt to get the charges dropped against his woman, he strikes deal with weapons cop(Michael Biehn) to turn in local gun dealers. How ever, the D.A. is not satisfied with the results, resulting in some serious game playing and double crossing.
On These Streets You Take Life One Bullet At A Time.
Did You Know?
Even before this movie was completed, word began to spread that Forest Whitaker
was highly talented as a director; he received more than a dozen directing offers, both from big studios and independent companies. Whitaker finally set on "The Number Four," which was going to be produced by Tri-Star. The project, about the hijacking of a Los Angeles bus filled with a cross-section of residents, began casting around the same time this movie was released, but it remained unproduced. See more
When Daquan & Yvonne are at the dinner table, in close shots they are sitting next to each other. In wide shots they are sitting across from one another. See more
Diquan, you don't have to do this.
Man, what do you know about it? You don't live in my world. My grandma cleans your apartment.
Performed by Onyx
Written by Fredro Starr
(as Fred Scruggs), Sticky Fingaz
(as Kirk Jones), Sonee Seeza (as Tyrone Taylor),
Chylow Parker and Lee Morgan
Courtesy of RAL/JMJ/Columbia Records
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