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Brian Hooks plays a character who is just released from jail. And the state adopts a "3 strikes" rule for felons that involves serious penalties. Hooks has 2 strikes, and wants to change his... See more »

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Rob Douglas
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Juanita Johnson
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Tone
E-40 ...
Mike (as E40)
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Moms Douglas
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Pops Douglas
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Detective Jenkins
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Officer Roberts
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Blue
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Buela Douglas
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Dahlia
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J.J. (as De'Aundre Bonds)
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Uncle Jim Douglas
Harmonica Fats ...
Grandpa Johnson
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Crackhead
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Dre (as Kurt 'Big Boy' Alexander)
Angela Wright ...
Joaney
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Cortino
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Mr. Libowitz
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Himself (Newscaster)
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Trick Turner / Taxi Driver (as D.J. Pooh)
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Saldamo
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Captain
Kam ...
Inmate
Layback ...
Inmate
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Inmate
Terrence Stephens ...
Inmate
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District Attorney
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Judge (as Gerald O'Loughlin)
Dennis Howard ...
Governor
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Big Mo
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T-Bird
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Charita (as Yolanda Whitaker)
Melanie Comarcho ...
Woman in Police Station
Angela Tracy ...
Fly Female
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Stan Wilson
Marcus Morton ...
Taxi Driver
Michele Maika ...
Hotel Concierge
Roderick Garr ...
Hospital Guard (as Rod Garr)
Lydell M. Cheshier ...
Orderly (as Lydell Cheshier)
Regino Montes ...
Old Man
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Valet
Bruce Fairbairn ...
Patrol Officer
Kevin Finn ...
Patrol Officer
Terence Paul Winter ...
Police Officer (as Terence Winter)
Christel Cottrell ...
Receptionist
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Little Boy
Darreck D. Burns ...
Barber
King T ...
Liquor Store Thug
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Aerobic Video Girl (as Cherry)
Sacha Kemp ...
Aerobic Video Girl
Elan Carter ...
Aerobic Video Girl
Avonté Cherie ...
Aerobic Video Girl
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Prison Guard (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Bracha Jade ...
Court Room Friend (uncredited)
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DJ Pooh

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DJ Pooh ... (written by)

Produced by

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Julio Caro ... executive producer
Rick Freeman ... associate producer
Brad Krevoy ... executive producer
Benny Medina ... executive producer
Marcus Morton ... producer
Jeremiah Samuels ... co-producer

Cinematography by

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John Simmons

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John Carter
Charles Ireland
Dirk Westervelt

Editorial Department

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Deborah McAfee ... negative cutter (as Debbie McAfee)
Jim J. Williams ... color timer (as Jim Williams)

Casting By

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Kim Williams

Production Design by

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Thomas Fichter

Set Decoration by

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Natalie Pope

Costume Design by

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Tracey White

Makeup Department

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Merc Arceneaux ... key makeup artist
Pinky Cunningham ... key hair stylist
Angela Johnson ... assistant makeup artist
Denise Pugh-Ruiz ... additional hair stylist / additional makeup artist

Production Management

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Lisa Rodgers ... post-production supervisor
Jeremiah Samuels ... unit production manager
Nicholas Stamos ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Kelly Santos-Miller ... second assistant director
Don Wilkerson ... assistant director
Wayne Witherspoon ... second second assistant director
Adele Simmons ... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)

Art Department

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Angel Acevedo ... laborer
Mike Coeyman ... painter
Larce Crawford ... construction foreman
Timothy Dehetre ... painter
Joe Del Monte ... construction coordinator (as Joe Delmonte)
Amina Allean Dieye ... art department coordinator
Yukion Frierson ... set dresser
Martin Goulding ... painter
Jimmie Herron Jr. ... property master
Brandon James ... on-set dresser
John David Jordan ... assistant property master
Colin Thomas Kass ... propmaker
Airick Kredell ... lead person
Meredith McCarthy ... set dresser
Alberto Miyares ... propmaker
Chris Nakayama ... propmaker
Rod Scheuerman ... propmaker
Cameron Striewski ... storyboard artist
Beck Taylor ... set designer
Raymond A. Tobar ... labor foreman
Nathan Walton ... painter
Paul Walton ... lead scenic artist
Michael Wheelwright ... propmaker

Sound Department

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Thor Benitez ... adr recordist
Matthew C. Beville ... adr mixer
Erik Blank ... adr editor / dialogue editor
Keith Burhans ... adr editor / dialogue editor
Chris David ... re-recording mixer
Marc Fishman ... re-recording mixer
Eric Jaffe ... sound effects editor
Erick Jolley ... re-recording mixer
David Kelson ... production sound mixer
Shawn Kennelly ... foley mixer
John Kohlbrenner ... sound effects editor
Laura Laird ... adr editor / dialogue editor
Paul H. Maritsas ... sound utility
Rod O'Brien ... supervising sound editor
Anthony Ortiz ... boom operator
Jesse Pomeroy ... adr supervisor
Scott Reed ... sound services manager
Sean Rowe ... foley artist
Eric Thompson ... foley mixer
James Wright ... sound consultant: Dolby (as Jim Wright)

Special Effects by

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Dennis Petersen ... special effects coordinator

Visual Effects by

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Christopher Dusendschon ... in-show optical process and effects compositor: THDX (uncredited) / optical element Hazeltine colorist: THDX (uncredited)

Stunts

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Tony Brubaker ... stunts
Dartenea Bryant ... stunts
Leonard Creer Jr. ... stunts
Kirk Elam ... stunts (as Kirk A. Elam)
Kofi Elam ... stunts
Ousaun Elam ... stunts
Dale Gibson ... stunts
Mark Hicks ... stunts
Richard Humphreys ... stunts
Melvin Jones ... stunts
Rashon Khan ... stunts
Cheryl Lawson ... stunts
Cole S. McKay ... stunts (as Cole McKay)
Noon Orsatti ... stunts
Denney Pierce ... stunts (as Denny Pierce)
Simon Rhee ... stunts
Paul E. Short ... stunts (as Paul Short)
Robair Sims ... stunts
John Tamburro ... helicopter stunt pilot
Marvin Walters ... stunts
William Washington ... stunt coordinator
Eddie L. Watkins ... stunts
April Weeden ... stunts (as April Weeden-Washington)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Derek M. Allen ... aerial cinematographer
Judson S. Brown ... camera loader
Drew Carolan ... still photographer
Bill Colino ... best boy grip
Michelle Crenshaw ... first assistant camera (as Michelle J. Crenshaw)
Eric Dyson ... second assistant camera
Steve Jackman ... aerial first assistant camera (as Steven Jackman)
Dannon Johnson ... grip
Brett K. Jordan ... videographer
John Leonetti ... electrician (as John T. Leonetti)
Guy Logan ... best boy electric
Geary McLeod ... camera operator
Peter Palm ... additional assistant camera
Tony Patterson ... video playback operator
Edwin Schiernecker ... gaffer
Cory Shiozaki ... additional assistant camera
Roland Simmons ... electrician (as Malakhi Simmons)
Alex Sinclair ... electrician
Derek Wells ... key grip (as Derek E. Wells)
George Wells ... dolly grip (as George A. Wells)

Casting Department

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Bill Dance ... extras casting
Terrence Harris ... extras casting associate
Tammy Thomas ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Clifton E. Jones ... wardrobe production assistant
Gini Kramer ... costume supervisor (as Gini Kramer-Goldman)
Barbara Suckow ... set costumer

Location Management

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Keith Eaddy ... location scout
Catherine Kagan ... location manager
Phill Kane ... location manager: second unit

Music Department

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Aaron Anderson ... music supervisor
Jay Bolton ... music editor
Jeanne Fay ... music clearance
Andrew Shack ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Duke Foster ... transportation coordinator
Spencer Foster ... transportation captain
Sean J. Moore ... transportation

Other crew

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Dwayne Abernathy ... craft service
Kelly Barr ... production coordinator
Rick Blakely ... adr voice group
Felecia Hatcher Brown ... script supervisor
Deanna Esmaeel ... animal trainer
Chad Fontaine ... production assistant
Cecil Hardy ... set production intern
Siobhan Hegarty ... assistant production coordinator
James 'Snow' Ivy ... production assistant
Bernard H. Jackson III ... set production assistant
Kobayashi Karyn ... set production assistant
Zuri D. McEady ... production assistant
Bridget Nickum ... assistant: Julio Caro
Athena Pesante ... set production assistant
William Proctor Jr. ... set production assistant
Irwin M. Rappaport ... production attorney
Rhonda Ray ... production assistant (as Rhonda R. Thompson)
Dan Riley ... legal assistant
Christie Shields ... assistant: Marcus Morton
Mark Shore ... title designer: main titles
Peter Tolle ... production accountant
William Yancey ... assistant production coordinator

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Brian Hooks plays a character who is just released from jail. And the state adopts a "3 strikes" rule for felons that involves serious penalties. Hooks has 2 strikes, and wants to change his life for the better. When a friend picks him up, they are pulled over, and his friend shoots at police officers, and Hooks escapes. Now Hooks, a wanted man, must clear his name of having nothing to do with the shooting. Written by Brian Blueskye

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Taglines the few, the proud, the paroled. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Dreimal ist einmal zu viel (Germany)
  • La 3ª condena (Spain)
  • Na Terceira Você Dança (Brazil)
  • Третья отсидка (Russia)
  • 3 dobás (Hungary)
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Runtime
  • 82 min
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Box Office

Budget $3,400,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $3,684,704, 05 Mar 2000

Did You Know?

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Trivia Final feature film appearance of Gerald S. O'Loughlin. See more »
Movie Connections Features Truck Turner (1974). See more »
Soundtracks G'D Up See more »
Crazy Credits During the first part of the end credits, some outtakes are shown (the best of which is a police dog passing the suspect it's supposed to be chasing). See more »

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