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Dwight H. Little,
Arlen Dean Snyder,
Victor Romero Evans,
Gary Carlos Cervantes,
Robert Ashiva Ganta Strickland,
Noel L. Walcott III,
Prince Ital Joe,
Roger Romero Godbout,
Harry John Leamy,
Christopher Allen Goss,
- MPAA Reason
- BBFC Reason
- Contains strong language, violence, drug use, nudity and sex references
- Maturity Rating Reason
Just retired from the Drug Enforcement Agency, John Hatcher returns to his hometown and quickly discovers that drugs have infiltrated his old neighborhood. Determined to drive the dealers out, Hatcher crosses paths with a ferocious Jamaican drug lord who vows that Hatcher and his family are now marked for death.
- BBFC Ratings info
- Sex & Nudity
- Sex & Nudity Reason
- Rated R for strong brutal violence and for language and nudity.
A man shoots and kills a naked woman in self defense after she kills his partner.
A woman climbs into a bath naked, a brief shot of her from the back and a shot of her breasts as the camera pans around.
2 scantily clad escort girls are seen on a bed (one with breasts exposed), entertaining a client.
A women is dancing around the pole, her breast and most of her buttocks briefly shown (she is wearing G-string).
- Violence & Gore
- Violence & Gore Reason
- A man is kicked in the stomach hard and knocked over, winded.
A man tackles a large knife from a bad guy's hand and uses it to chop another bad guy's hand off, he then throws another man down and dispatches a few more men with a pistol.
A topless woman shoots a cop in the chest, and is gunned down herself (bloody). A shot of her dead body is seen.
A unit of Jamaican gangsters open fire at a crowded bar with machine guns, graphically killing several targets before escaping.
A drive-by is performed on the house of a man's family, several gangsters spray the house with machine gun fire. This results in a young girl being hit and seriously wounded by a shot.
A man is shot in the head point blank with a pistol (little blood), another man jumps from a window 6 or 7 storeys up and lands on a car, killing him instantly.
A woman is tied to the ground and stabbed in a vodoo style execution, the actual murder is offscreen.
Gangsters break into a house and tie a woman to a table after knocking her out, threatening to kill her and painting images on her chest (part of ritual).
There's a very brutal fight in a jewelry store which includes several throws, face punches, a stab to the chest, an arm break and a gangster being struck hard with the but of a shotgun.
3 men ambush the large mansion of a kingpin gangster; several henchman are shot with a sniper rifle and machine guns (brief, quick kills) then there is a fight in which an arm break, neck break and beheading are seen.
A man is impaled from the rear with a sword at a gang hideout, a fire fight follows in which several henchman are gunned down.
A man dispatches several more henchmen, with both his fists and the use of a hammer, a man has a needle jabbed through his throat.
A quick shot of a leg being broken.
2 men engage in a fight with samurai swords, one man is slashed down the face. One man has his head bashed against a wall several times, but counters the attack with an eye gouge (closeup is seen). The villain has his back broken and is thrown down a lift shaft, only to get impaled in a long rod at the bottom.
- Profanity Reason
- Some strong language. Fuck is said 8 times.
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
- Drug dealers smoke marijuana joints with college students and give them crack to try.
Alcohol is consumed multiple times throughout the film, including directly from a vodka bottle. There are also multiple scenes in a bar environment with drinks visible, ordered and consumed.
Villain's main business is drug dealing. Frequent drug references and some drug use.
- Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
- The voodoo ritual scenes may be frightening to some.
Victor & Grais Productions,
20th Century Fox,
United States of America,