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Jump Offs (2007)

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The movie's about 6 Players with different types of game jumping from relationship to relationship until sex, lies and betrayal turns 2 friends against each other.

Director:

Derrick Simmons

Writers:

Derrick Simmons (story and screenplay), Keith Davis
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Cast

Credited cast:
Derrick Simmons ... Malik / Oops / Narrator
A.J. Ekoku A.J. Ekoku ... Kenny
Tim McAdams ... Ronnie
Chuck Jeffreys ... R. Kevin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Heidy Ardon Heidy Ardon ... Sonya
Dinah Carter Dinah Carter ... Veronica
Shelby Chadwick Shelby Chadwick ... J Flip
Nicety Chaplin Nicety Chaplin ... Casey
Vince Cupone ... Italian #1
Keith Davis Keith Davis ... Carjacker
Jenicia Garcia Jenicia Garcia ... Carmen
Sharon Gruber Sharon Gruber ... Talk Show Audience Member / Sharon
Neil James ... Bus Dread
Kym Washington Longino ... Mother (as Kym Washington)
John W. Moyler John W. Moyler ... Woody
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The movie's about 6 Players with different types of game jumping from relationship to relationship until sex, lies and betrayal turns 2 friends against each other.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

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In a relationship, there are only 2 positions. Either you're somebody's significant other or you're somebody's JUMP OFF.

Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

R
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 December 2007 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Arguably my favorite film!
18 February 2016 | by Sabir ScepiaSee all my reviews

In arguably my favorite film, the central story of "Jump Offs " is really amazing! This movie released in 2007. But a week ago I found it and Brought the DVD. This is one of the most brutally honest films I have seen in a very long time. And definitely in all of 2016. This is a very independent film that I think deserves a much broader audience. Derrick Simmons and especially A.J. Ekoku shine in their roles, bringing the necessary dramatic heft to the story that was needed. I loved every single second of this film and it will definitely have me watching it multiple times. As I said before, this might be my favorite picture of 2016. Brilliantly written, extremely well-acted, and incredibly raw and true, this film is a work of brilliance in the art of film.


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