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Hip-Hop Task Force (2005)

Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama | Video 1 November 2005
Chicago Detective Khalil Jones always took risks when being wired to bring down the bad guys. Now he's been given another tough assignment lined up in Baltimore with the FBI to go ... See full summary »




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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Jones ... Kahlil Jones
Michael Bell Sr. ... Dajuan Manning
... Buddha
Kelly Gardner ... Agent Young
Mia Speight ... Detective Smith
... Taggert (as Gary Mahmoud)
Veronica Holmes ... Jordyn Manning
Ervin Green ... Detective Green
Brian K. Washington ... Derrick Manning
Derrick Fantroy ... Black
Marcellus Bassman Shepard ... Major (as Marcellus Shepard)
Stefan Latoure ... Miles
Audrey Burrell ... Jaime Manning
Erica Cooke ... Sheena
Nichole Pettus ... Agent Shapiro


Chicago Detective Khalil Jones always took risks when being wired to bring down the bad guys. Now he's been given another tough assignment lined up in Baltimore with the FBI to go undercover as a music producer at a Hip-Hop record label to pick up as much information to snag a crime lord that is affiliated with the label. Twist and turns, mind games and tactics are now being played as Jones begins to get comfortable with his hidden identity by building a friendship with the CEO of the label, Dajun Manning and a love connection with his daughter. Jones now needs to make a decision, will it be his badge or his feelings? Written by Benjamin R. Brown, III

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Every Man Has A Choice , But Every Cop Has A Duty


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The film was originally titled "Under Pressure" before it received distribution. See more »


Followed by Studio (2007) See more »

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the worst film i have seen this year
9 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

its pretty sad that this movie; wait, did i say movie i meant thing could only be ranked from 1, in a perfect world the ranking scale would exclusively have started at -10 and the people responsible for this offering would be delivering pizzas. this is vile ,incoherent drivel. this is absolute hogwash bad directing, ill conceived cinematography, clumsy editing all these are elements that make for a dismal cinematic experience and all of which are abundantly present in this movie. I am a generally positive person but i just couldn't find a single redeeming quality. This piece takes itself too seriously relying on performances, which we can't blame the director failing to extricate but, these actors just aren't capable of anything beyond mumbling their lines.

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