When a misguided delivery driver inadvertently delivers a package containing concealed bricks of cocaine to the wrong address, it sets in motion a desperate search and battle for the coke between the furious dealer that sent it, the fearful intended recipients that missed it, and the conniving accidental recipients that plan to flip it. Time is running out and everyone's trying to get their hands on the package that's been sent...Next Day Air!
It's all in the delivery.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for pervasive language, drug content, some violence and brief sexuality
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8 May 2009 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Cadê a Minha Entrega?
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Opening Weekend USA: $4,111,043,
10 May 2009, Wide Release
Gross USA: $10,017,041, 28 June 2009
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
It was widely reported that during the filming of a scene in the movie between the characters of Mike Epps and Omari Hardwick, an altercation between the two ensued and escalated, causing Mike Epps to leave the set threatening Omari Hardwick, shouting he was going to his car in the parking lot to retrieve his gun and was going to come back and "handle" Hardwick. Darius McCrary, who was also an actor on the set, is credited with calming Epps down and de-escalating the situation, as he followed Epps to the parking lot to talk him out of it. See more
The video cassette that is stolen from the bank. Security cameras now record to a hard drive. See more
There's a brief scene during the end credits. See more
El Dia de Mi Suerte
Written by Willie Colón
(as Willie Colon) and Hector Lavoe
Performed by Marc Anthony
Courtesy of Sony BMG Music Entertainment (US Latin) LLC
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