Guilty by Association (2003)





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D-Mo (Daemon Moore) is a small-time Washington, D.C. drug dealer who decides to make his move. He enlists his friend, Drama (Jeff Edward), a petty thief on probation, in his scheme to become a local drug kingpin. Drama reluctantly goes along, and soon the two are moving product, and watching the money pile up. D-Mo hooks up with an old girlfriend, Nikki (Jaimie Patton), who has a young daughter whose father is in prison. Drama, meanwhile, uses his newfound wealth to pursue a hedonistic lifestyle that D-Mo feels is bringing too much attention to their operation. The two have a falling out which eventually leads to a shoot-out on a local playground. An innocent child is gunned down and soon the police, led by Lieutenant Redding (Morgan Freeman), are investigating the crime in a desperate effort to prevent more bloodshed. Guilty by Association, a low-budget release shot on video, is the creative product of the rap group Section 8 Mob starring several members of the group in supporting roles. Leads Moore and Edward lent their vocal talents to the 1999 Section 8 Mob album of the same title under the pseudonyms DMO and Jeffrey Drama, respectively. Guilty by Association was co-written and directed by Section 8 member Po Johns, who also plays a dual role, as Officer Po and his brain-damaged twin brother, Dumb Donald.
Action & Adventure , Drama
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Morgan Freeman
as Lt. Redding
Jeff Edward
as Drama
as Kenny
Po Johns
as Dumb Donald/Officer Po
as Tee-Tee
Arnie Glover
as Snyder
Steph Lover
as Officer Steph
as Yuckmouth
Kahill Wiggins
as Officer Montana
Michaël Evans
as Officer Midnight
Stacy Johns
as Stacy
DJ Kool
as Weed Buyer
Agnes Miller
as Drama's Grandma
Candice Gibson
as Babysitter
Dominique Watson
as Drama's Girlfriend
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Movie: [b]Hulk (2003)[/b] Hulk is only grouped with these terrible movies because they wouldn't fit with my better movies... I like comic book type movies, some aren't as great as others... i.e. Daredevil. Movie: [b]Le Divorce (2003) [/b]My wife had to rent it, I didn't want to... I swear. The movie was terrible... I actually am one of the few who like Kate Hudson as an actress... and this movie sucks. Movie: [b]Dogma (1999) [/b]This movie I went to go see at the theater, and for some reason it offended me so much that I had to walk out of it. I thought that maybe I could watch it with an open mind... so I rented it later... and watched it the whole way through... but it sucks... the only funny part is Chris Rock. Movie: [b]Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)[/b] Terrible... Terrible... that's all I should have to say... okay... how about TERRIBLE. Movie: [b]Guilty By Association (2003)[/b] Don't be fooled by the cover of this movie... I was... Morgan Freeman is only in small parts of this movie.... the rest is this home video looking z-rated flick that sucks... BAD.

Joel Arnold
Joel Arnold

This is possibly the worst movie I have ever seen I looked like some grade school kids in the ghetto wrote directed filmed this one. It had the worst of everything, acting, camera work, music, plot, script. What was Morgan Freeman doing associating with this, I mean heck he only showed up in the thing for about 4-5 minutes total anyway. But they made it like like oin the cover that he was the star, this was a total disgrace.

Sean Hollick
Sean Hollick

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