David is a small-time hood in a big-time gang, killed for wanting out to marry his girlfriend. His older brother, Michael, a deputy sheriff in a meth-riddled town near Baltimore, leaves the force, gets a set of tattoos, and joins his brother's crew after claiming to be just out of prison and on the run. He proves his abilities, glad to wreak justice on other gangs and corrupt cops, and he may have a chance at revenge during a summit of North and South American drug traffickers. There are obstacles: a curious female lieutenant of a local thug, a federal investigation he may be stepping on, and the plight of his brother's pregnant girlfriend. Can he complete his mission?
Blood In. Blood Out.
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for violence, pervasive language, sexuality/nudity and drug content
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Did You Know?
The uncredited dancer performing before the final battle is Zoe Jakes, performing what she does best, tribal fusion style Belly dance. See more
When Zed is shooting through the roof with the Desert Eagle 50 caliber at Michael, after every shot the hammer is not cocked, it is a semi automatic pistol which means after each shot the slide recoils and cocks the hammer. See more
Referenced in Haunting on Fraternity Row
Beat 'Em Up
Performed by BLESTeNATION
Written by: Marc, Pfafflin, Ryan Gibbs, Daniel Kilmer, & Tom Scott
From the album: Mbugout City
Courtesy of Suburban Noize Records by arrangement with Heyday Media Group LLC
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