Streets of Blood

Streets of Blood

DVD - 2009
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"It's New Orleans, six months after Hurricane Katrina ripped through the streets, destroying everything in her path. The floodwaters have quelled, but the death toll is on the rise, and the torrent of blood rages on. Now for a veteran detective (Val Kimer) with a viciously brutal past, his new partner (Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson) with a dark secret, and a department shrink (Sharon Stone) who knows the city's voices all too well, crime and corruption in the Big Easy are about to go to all new levels of depravity. In a town struggling to put the pieces back together, can anyone stop the barrage of dirty cops and the obscenely brutal drug war that threatens it all? Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens) co-star in this pulse-pounding tour-de-force from the makers of Rambo and 16 Blocks."
Publisher: St. Laurent, Québec : Videoville Showtime, c2009.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (95 min.) :,Dolby digital sd., col. ;,12 cm.


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aaa5756 Jan 25, 2013

This wasn't the worst movie I've ever seen, it is far from being good. I fast forwarded a lot but not all the way. Just another shootem up bangem up move. Very predictable.

emerald2pac Dec 28, 2011

50 is a great actor but this movie just didn't cut it. Plenty of twists in it didn't save the movie horrible ending.

Jan 27, 2010

Skip It - Streets of Blood (2009) 95 min. Hey folks, there’s corruption in the New Orleans police department and law enforcement in general. Wow, what a revelation to those who have watched enough police films. Streets of Blood follows a police officer (Val Kilmer) investigating the murder of another police officer immediately following the Hurricane Katrina disaster. There’s nothing new here.

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