When not solving murders in Tinseltown, Detective Joe Gavilan and his rookie partner Kasey Calden both moonlight in other fields: Gavilan sells real estate (poorly), and Calden aspires to become an actor (Brando, namely). Assigned to the vicious in-club slaying of a promising young rap act, the two detective delve into the recording industry where they hope to find answers - ideally ones that also come with property buyers or auditions.Written by
The film was originally going to be a drama before Marion 'Suge' Knight complained to the producers. The film was subsequently turned into a comedy. See more »
In the closing sequence, the sweat soaked shirts of Gavilan and K.C. suddenly dry out. See more »
Shooting Practice Announcer:
Shooters step up to the 20 yard line.
[K.C. has trouble shooting his target during shooting practice, so Joe shoots his and K.C.'s at the same time]
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During the end credits, Joe and K.C. arrive at the location of their new crime scene investigation. See more »
I'll have to admit that I found a tape of this film in the cabinet and since I'd never seen it I thought I'd give it a try. I knew it was going to be a loser when the credits took forever. It has something to do about rap music and murders. Harrison Ford is a detective and, get this, he sells real estate. His partner is Josh Hartnett who does, get this, yoga and is a health nut. I guess the film is supposed to be funny but it isn't. Harrison Ford looks truly bored and sometimes has the far away look actors get when they're looking at some babe on the set and not paying attention to their character. I watched only 35 minutes and it was so lame I quit on it.
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