Street Knight (1993)





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In this violent urban drama, an LA cop is deeply traumatized after he tries to save a child in a hostage situation and fails. He leaves the force and returns to his old gritty South Central neighborhood to help Rebecca Sanchez find her brother Carlos who has mysteriously disappeared shortly after a gang truce, between the African-American gang the Blades and the Latin Lords, begins disintegrating thanks to a number of drive-by shootings in either territory. The cop's investigation soon reveals that both gangs are being manipulated by a third party. Poor Carlos seems to hold the key and finds his life in grave danger. When the cop figures it all out, his life is also jeopardized.
Action & Adventure , Drama
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Jeff Speakman
as Jake Barrett
Christopher Neame
as James Franklin
Jennifer Gatti
as Rebecca
Bernie Casey
as Raymond
Richard Coca
as Carlos
Stephen Liska
as Santino
Sal Landi
as Parker
Hank Stone
as Cruise
Tom Magee
as Baby Huey
Robert Dryer
as Ostrow
Mario Roberts
as Lovinger
Bob Liles
as Kane
Adam G.
as Jesus
Claudio Martinez
as Latin Lord 1
Joey Naber
as Little Man
Lil Moe
as Peewee
Richard Allen
as 8 Ball
Angel Vargas
as Cannon
Theo Forsett
as Runner
Mushond Lee
as Joker
James 'J.T.' Moye
as Willy's Assistant
Marco Rodriguez
as Jack Fernandez
Ketty Lester
as Lucinda
Mark DiSalle
as Security Guard
Richard Grove
as Madman
Julianne Michelle
as Girl Hostage
Joycelyn Engle
as Girl's Mother
Ann Fairlie
as Homeless Woman
Mark Di Salle
as Security Guard
Mark Di Salle
as Security Guard
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Critic Reviews for Street Knight

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Full Review… | December 31, 1999
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Full Review… | December 31, 1999
Austin Chronicle

Audience Reviews for Street Knight


** (out of four) The L.A. Gang Wars are getting out of control! Luckily Jeff Speakman is there to get things under control. He can't act...but...he can fight!

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

Expands on Speakman's role in The Perfect Weapon just a bit by adding guns and the completely original early 90's storyline involving gangs and turfwars. Not too bad, but not very memorable.

Derek Daniels
Derek Daniels

Super Reviewer


Cool action-thriller with Jeff Speakman as a retired cop forced back into action when a mysterious group attempts to incite rival gangs into war. There's more plot than usual, so martial-artist Speakman has more to do than beat up the bad guys, led by Christopher Neame.

Dean McKenna
Dean McKenna

Super Reviewer

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