DR DRE FILMOGRAPHY
Title: Training Day
Cast: Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, Scott Glenn, Tom Berenger, Harris Yulin
Released: October 5, 2001
US Box Office: $76,261,036
Summary: Everyday there is a war being waged on America's inner city streets--a war between residents, drug dealers and the people sworn to protect one from the other. This war has its casualties, none greater than L.A.P.D. Detective Sergeant Alonzo Harris, a 13-year veteran narcotics officer whose questionable methodology blurs the line between legality and corruption. His optimism has long since been chipped away by his tour of duty in the streets, where fighting crime by the book can get you killed and getting the job done often requires Alonzo and his colleagues to break the laws they are empowered to enforce. This crime tale shadows Alonzo as he tests the resolve of wide-eyed, idealistic rookie Jake Hoyt, who has one day and one day only to prove himself to his fiercely charismatic superior. Over the next 24-hours, Jake will be pulled deeper and deeper into the ethical mire of Alonzo's logic as both men put their lives and careers on the line to serve their conflicting notions of justice.
Title: The Wash
Cast: Dr Dre , Calvin 'Snoop Dogg' Dogg, George Wallace, Angell Conwell, Tommy "Tiny" Lister Jr
Released: November 14, 2001
US Box Office: $10,097,096
Summary: With the rent due and his car booted, Sean has to come up with some ends... and fast. When his best buddy and roommate Dee Loc suggests that Sean get a job busting suds down at the local car wash, the first order of business is impressing Mr. Washington, the gun-toting, dominoes-playing owner of The Wash. Unaware that the two are roomies, Mr. Washington hires Sean as Dee Loc's supervisor. Comic tensions flare between the two, especially when Dee Loc suspects Sean of trying to slow his roll with the side hustles he's got going on in the car wash parking lot and with the ladies in the locker room. But there are bigger things to worry about at The Wash. One is the menacing phone calls from a disgruntled employee, and the other is figuring out how to get money to pay off the kidnappers who've snatched Mr. Washington! If Sean, Dee Loc, and the rest of the gang don't settle their differences and get Mr. Washington back, the good times at The Wash will soon come to an end.
Cast: Snoop Dogg, Danny Hoch, Fat Joe, Dead Prez, Slick Rick, Dr Dre, Big Pun
Released: October 8, 1999
U.S. Box Office: $36,025
Summary: According to Flip Dogg, he's the "phattest," hip-hop, drug-dealing brother in town. But in reality he's a farm-bred white boy from Iowa who lives with his parents, deals baking soda in the men's room of the local nightspot and raps, rather poorly, alone in his bedroom. His two friends, James and Trevor, have also convinced themselves that they are the urban rappers they see on MTV. Their collective dream is to live in Cabrini Green, a notoriously dangerous Chicago housing project, where they would like to finance themselves by dealing drugs. However, when the trio finally make it there, reality comes crashing in and teaches them some painful life lessons.
Cast: Malik Yoba, Julia Garrison, Idalis DeLeon, Guy Torry, Melissa DeSousa, Dr Dre
Released: March 27, 1998
US Box Office: unknown
Summary: Chronicling the adventures of a group of inner-city kids who travel from Harlem to Miami to appear in a music video as they struggle to change their fate and find stardom; and what begins as a disastrous bus trip turns into the trip of their lives.
Title: Who's The Man?
Cast: Dr Dre , Ed Lover, Badja Djola, Cheryl James, Busta Rhymes
US Box Office: $11,298,835
Summary: Harlem's two worst barbers are forced into another profession; they become policemen at the urging of their strong-arm boss.
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