Follows a day in the life of two men living at either end of the music game. A successful rapper, A-Maze, is dealing with the pitfalls and trappings of his success and facing new challenges... See full summary »

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Peter Spirer

Writers:

Iain Kennedy (story), Iain Kennedy | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Wood Harris ... A-Maze
Jamie Hector ... Young Eastie
Ja Rule ... Self
Clifton Powell ... Bowman
Big Daddy Kane ... Clay
Lil Scrappy ... Jay
Trick Daddy ... Roman
Petey Pablo Petey Pablo ... B-Bone
Esther Baxter Esther Baxter ... Jennifer George
Inny Clemons ... Gary
DaShawn Barnes ... Tasha
Aisha Brown ... Venice
Mo McRae ... Robo (as Mo)
Neil Brown Jr. ... Ronny
Malik Barnhardt ... Yusef
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Follows a day in the life of two men living at either end of the music game. A successful rapper, A-Maze, is dealing with the pitfalls and trappings of his success and facing new challenges in the music business to get a check while the other, Young Eastie, is a young man struggling in a harsh world that is threatening to destroy him. Written by Urbanworld Film Festival

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Drama | Music

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language, some drug material and violence

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The film premiered on BET on July of 2011. See more »

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Better Than Before
Written & Performed by Rodney Saulsberry
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A Bad Movie Not Even Marlo And Avon Could Save
31 July 2010 | by pattonfeverSee all my reviews

There is only one good thing about this dumb movie. Avon and Marlo. Kids nor The Player should ever be mentioned in the same breath as this film, and there is a big reason why this went straight to video. It's plain bad.

I had no idea what this film was, but I decided to see it because Wood Harris was on the cover. When I saw Marlo Stanfield during the title credits, I became very excited. To have both of these guys in the same film was an opportunity for greatness. To bad a fraud of a director and a weak script failed them both. What a shame.

We all know these two actors are very good. Both should have Emmys, but were snubbed. In this film though, both seem like amatures, but this is due to the weak director. I really hope these two can be paired again for something good. For now I'll just watch the greatest show (even better than almost any film) ever made for the eighth time. The Wire.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 January 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Just Another Day See more »

Filming Locations:

Orlando, Florida, USA

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