Jeff Cole is a recent graduate of the Cincinnati police academy who dreams of working undercover. His wish is granted and through success is given the task of taking down state-wide crack ...
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Story of a promising high school basketball star and his relationships with two brothers, one a drug dealer and the other a former basketball star fallen on hard times and now employed as a security guard.
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 ... See full summary »
William James Stiggers Jr.,
Jeff Cole is a recent graduate of the Cincinnati police academy who dreams of working undercover. His wish is granted and through success is given the task of taking down state-wide crack dealer Dwayne Gittens aka "God". Gittens is known as a family man and a man of the people, contributing to his community and helping those in need. However, there is another side to him, a ruthless leader of a criminal empire who will torture or kill anyone without question. Over time, Cole develops a close friendship with Gittens. Cole's superiors worry that the line between cop and bad guy is getting blurred and that both identities are becoming one. Cole's loyalties are put to the ultimate test just as there is enough evidence to take Gittens down for good.Written by
Quiet Storm (Remix)
Performed Mobb Deep featuring Lil' Kim (as Lil' Kim)
Written by Havoc (as K. Muchita), Prodigy (as A. Johnson), Lil' Kim (as K. Jones),
J. Lighty, Melle Mel (as M. Glover), Sylvia Robinson (as S. Robinson)
Produced by Havoc
Mobb Deep appears courtesy of Loud Records
Lil' Kim appears courtesy of Queen Bee Records/Undeas Entertainment/Atlantic Recording Corporation See more »
Someday this will be the sort of movie that gets rented because Omar Epps is a big star and his fans didn't see this when it was released.
There wasn't much WRONG with the movie, but there wasn't much to praise either. I found it fairly slow and tedious at parts, and it never really built much tension around going undercover. I compared it unfavorably to Reservoir Dogs it that aspect.
I'm a big fan of Stanley Tucci, but he hasn't got much to work with here. That goes double for Pam Grier - her "character" isn't much more than a target for a few of Omar's attacks after he goes "too deep".
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