R | | Action, Crime, Drama
After murdering an undercover DEA agent, two corrupt cops scramble to cover up what they've done.
This was Tupac Shakur's last film, and the first one given full theatrical release after his death on 13 September 1996. His other film, Bullet (1996) made prior to this one only received a limited theatrical run late in 1996 before being released on home video, just before... ...
They'll never find me, because I'm following my heart. And they don't know where that is.
When Det. Frank Divinci talks to Joe for the first time about the crime in the car we can clearly see the camera in the reflection of the window. As the scene progress the camera zooms in and a head can be seen next to the camera.
Dedicated to Tupac Shakur (1971-1996)
Written by JU C, Carl "Butch" Small, Ron Brent
Performed by JU C
Artist Courtesy of Gamedog Records / The "Untouchable" Death Row Records
$3,286,065 (USA) (12 October 1997)
$5,790,448 (USA) (9 November 1997)
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