"Alicia (Naomie Harris), a cop fresh out of the academy, unwittingly records the death of a young narcotics dealer using her body camera. Reviewing the footage, Alicia realizes that the young man's death was a deliberate attack by corrupt officers. She offers a deal to the most unlikely person in her community, Milo 'Mouse' Jackson (Tyrese Gibson), to outwit both the thugs on a vengeful warpath and her fellow officers looking to hide the truth. Directed by Deon Taylor. "
I had not seen this movie before, but I had heard that it was worth watching, so I watched it on Amazon Prime. After I did, I knew it was a movie that I wanted to add to my collection. After finding out that Amazon, and Walmart had none in stock, I created an account with Best Buy, and picked one up. It's unfortunate that this goes on in these police departments, but I guess that's why we're where we are today. I know that this is a movie, but it definitely gives insight as to what's going on in the real world. Definitely worth a watch... I've watched it twice since purchasing it a month or so ago.
Again another movie that I wouldn't go to the movie theater to see, however it was a really good movie if you're watching Netflix or you're just a collector as I am... Tyrese actually was pretty good in this one so check this movie out if you see it.
Really liked this one, even though it depicted the worn out premise of the actions of bad cops and white-black tensions. Many movies today feed the racial tensions we are feeling, but fair, somewhat balanced, treatment of the subject.