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Deep Cover Import


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  • Audio CD (April 1 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Solar Records
  • ASIN: B00000E889
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  VHS Tape  |  DVD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)

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By Kealey Crossan on Oct. 17 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This a an old story of a police officer that goes undercover and must
stay there and avoid the temptation of drugs alcohol etc,and take down
the kingpin of crime ,also has a great soundtrack ,I highly suggest you purchase
this if you love action movies.
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Format: Audio CD
In my first review of this soundtrack CD, I dogged it with 2 stars for having a lot of filler cuts and for dropping off the 16th track (it was on the cassette version). The big deal here was that the deleted song was "187um" by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg (who also did the title track). This Deep Cover revisited cut was one of the few highlights of the original soundtrack. Well, good news Dre/Snoop fans, there is a version of this CD with "187um" as a bonus track. Do yourself a favor and seek out this version as it might be the only way to get these 2 Dr. Dre/Snoop Dogg songs together on one disc.
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Format: Audio CD
In my first review of this soundtrack CD, I dogged it with 2 stars for having a lot of filler cuts and for dropping off the 16th track (it was on the cassette version). The big deal here is that the deleted song was "187um" by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg (who also did the title track). This Deep Cover revisited cut was one of the few highlights of the original soundtrack. Well, good news Dre/Snoop fans, there is a version of this CD with 187um as a bonus track. Do yourself a favor and seek out this version as it might be the only way to get these 2 Dr. Dre/Snoop Dogg songs together on one disc.
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In my first review of this soundtrack CD, I dogged it with 2 stars for having a lot of filler cuts and for dropping off the 16th track (it was on the cassette version). The big deal here was that the deleted song was "187um" by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg (who also did the title track). This Deep Cover revisited cut was one of the few highlights of the original soundtrack. Well, good news Dre/Snoop fans, there is a version of this CD with 187um as a bonus track. Do yourself a favor and seek out this version as it might be the only way to get these 2 Dr. Dre/Snoop Dogg songs together on one disc.
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By A Customer on Oct. 10 2003
Format: DVD
I am sick of movies being hyped up and they don't measure up to the talk. Deep Cover was a rip off of a lot of other drug-mob films I've seen. The director used the urban setting as a ploy to make the audience think it was seeing something different. People compared it to New Jack City. NJC wasn't great but it wins over Deep Cover hands down. This movie was a mess and there was no point to anything the characters did. Laurence Fishburne said his lines so slowly, as if he felt the director would butt in. God I wish he had! Jeff Goldblum was supposed to be tough but was nothing but a big wimp. Victoria Dillard couldn't act to save her life ( what was the reason she was there? ) the woman didn't do anything important! I guess this is good if you like violence with nothing to show for it. If you're looking for a film like this that handles the modern-day mob/drug life better I'd check out something else.
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Format: DVD
The five star reviews pretty much say it all about this movie however for me the last line of the film along the lines of: "I could take the money which would be dishonest, or give it back to the government and be a fool, or just do nothing at all - this is the question we all must face at one time or another" extremely appropriate to the times [and probably for any time] and very moving. Overall this movie has tremendous impact and was very well written/directed/produced and last but not least the acting was generally superb throughout!
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By Sal Paradise on April 6 2003
Format: DVD
I saw this movie about a hundred times and I can't say that I am tired of putting this flick in the old dvd player. It's a dated movie but it has one of Laurence Fishburne's best performances as a leading main character. Goldblum is a little annoying but other than that this movie ranks on the list of favorites.
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Format: DVD
I haven't seen this movie for quite a few years, but I became a huge fan of Laurence Fishburne because of it. I remembered loving the dialogue of the film and the intrinsic moral struggles of Fishburne's character. I had also forgotten that Michael Tolkin (THE PLAYER, AMONG THE DEAD--a novel, and CHANGING LANES) wrote the screenplay. All until I purchased it on DVD last week and watched it Friday evening. Man, that's a lot to forget. . . .
Fishburne is simply spectacular in a quietly disturbing and understated way. His eyes tell much of the story. One of the reviewers called him "broding," and this is a good description. His character doesn't want the assignment but flourishes in it. Doing a bad thing well has its own rewards and punishments. Goldblum--hardly one's first thought at Oscar time each year--is excellent as Fishburne's "partner" in crime. Everybody else is, at the very least, very good: Fishburne's superior officer, his lady friend, the drug dealers, the cop/preacher chasing Fishburne.
Tolkin does an admirable job of mixing the music of the movie, fairly heavy hip hop (at least for my taste) with its dialogue. Fishburne's lines as narrator, at times, are very rhythmic and poetic, blending with the undercurrent of music. He is also fairly profound at moments, going well beyond his profession (whether as cop or drug dealer) to be a father figure to the little boy who lived across the hall. The only argument one could really make is that Tolkin's dialogue is a bit too "preachy" at times and possibly a bit too profound in some pressure-packed moments--would these thugs come up with these lines in these situations? It doesn't matter to me.
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