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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

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Police Academy 6: City Under Siege (1989) as Rap Man
The latest "Police Academy" sequel is a mystery about a mob boss who orchestrates a massive crime wave in Los Angeles.

Music (feature film)

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Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay (2008)
Harold and Kumar are in their apartment after they've successfully completed their White Castle quest. It's only an hour or two later, and the guys are preparing for an epic adventure to Amsterdam so that Harold can win the heart of his crush, Maria. At the airport, Kumar runs into his ex-girlfrien
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Mr. Untouchable (2007)
Nicky Barnes was the most powerful black drug kingpin in New York City history. A brilliant organizer who combined boardroom strategy with street-level tactics, Barnes became a stunning success and a bone fide folk hero above 110th Street. From humble beginnings he came to dominate the heroin distri
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White Chicks (2004) as Song ("White Girls")
Despite their best efforts, agents Marcus and Kevin Copeland have worked their way down to the bottom of the FBI food chain. Their most recent bust was a failure and they are hanging onto their jobs by a thread. When a plot to kidnap spoiled socialite sisters Brittany and Tiffany Wilson is uncovered
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Mean Girls (2004)
Cady Heron is a cultural blank slate when she first sets foot on the grounds of North Shore High School in a small town outside of Chicago, Illinois. After living in Africa, Cady, now a junior, has no idea how "wild" things can be in civilization until she crosses paths with one of the meanest species of all, the "Queen Bee," who at this particular high school is the cool and calculating Regina George. But Cady doesn''t just cross paths with this Queen Bee--she really stings her when she falls for Regina''s ex-boyfriend Aaron Samuels. Now Regina is set to sting back by pretending to still like Aaron so he won''t go out with Cady, all the while pretending to be her friend. With no choice but to use the same M.O. to stay in the game, the "Girl World" one-upmanship escalates until the entire school gets dragged into a first-class mean-fest.
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American Wedding (2003) as Song ("The Message")
With Great East Falls High now just a memory, the kids have grown into adults ready to wreak havoc with a new rite of passage: Jim and Michelle are getting married--in a hurry. Jim''s grandmother is sick and wants to see Jim walk down the aisle, so they''re going for it in two frantic weeks. Stifler plans to be there (for the bridesmaids!) and, more importantly, to throw the ultimate bachelor party (for the strippers!). Finch is all for the hedonistic rituals, but not for letting Stifler steal the maid of honor, who happens to be Michelle''s sexy younger sister, Cadence. But while everybody else sweats and frets, Jim''s Dad is cool as ever, dispensing advice that no one wants to hear and getting ready for one of the best days of his life.
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Daddy Day Care (2003) as Song ("The Message")
Charlie and Phil are so consumed by their high profile advertising jobs that they are completely missing out on the joys of fatherhood. After failing to excite the public about vegetable cereal, Charlie and Phil are fired from their ad jobs. That means no more expensive day care for their sons at th
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Empire (2002) as Song ("White Lines (Don'T Don'T Do It)")
Victor Rosa runs a successful "street pharmaceutical" business that peddles a high-in-demand heroin mix which he has named "Empire". His beautiful fiancee, Carmen, a Baruch College student, befriends a classmate who has an an investment-banker boyfriend named Jack Wimmer. Victor meets Jack, and they
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25th Hour (2002) as Song ("White Lines (Don'T Don'T Do It)")
The clock is ticking on Monty Brogan's freedom--in 24 hours he goes to prison for seven long years. Once a king of Manhattan, Monty is about to say goodbye to the life he knew--a life that opened doors in New York's swankiest clubs but also alienated him from the people closest to him. In his last
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Double Take (2001) as Song ("Movement In Still Life (Contains 'The Message')")
Daryl Chase is an investment banker who is framed for laundering Mexican drug cartel money. On the run, he takes Freddy Tiffany's passport, only to find that Freddy is a street hustler who's on more wanted lists than he is.
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Glass House, The (2001) as Song ("Movement In Still Life")
Ruby and her younger brother Rhett's parents, Grace and Dave Baker, are killed in a car crash. Thereafter, their parents' best friends, Erin and Terry Glass become their guardians, as per Grace and Dave's will. Ruby and Rhett are promised a world of opulence and California fun--all they have to do i
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Glitter (2001) as Song ("The Message")
The story of a gifted young singer, Billie Frank, who overcomes a turbulent childhood and struggles to find her true identity and voice. During her childhood, Billie is abandoned by her drug-addicted mother and is remanded to an orphanage. Years later, Billie is discovered by charismatic, irresistab
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Grosse Pointe Blank (1997) as Song ("White Lines")
Charming and proficient as a hired gun, Martin Blank returns to his hometown of Grosse Point, Michigan to attend his high school reunion and seek "fulfillment and truth." Once there he plans to meet up with his former girlfriend and perform "one last hit."
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The Freshman (1990) as Song ("New York, New York")
A young film student gets mixed up with the mob when his possessions are stolen.
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Beat Street (1984) as Additional Music
Bronx teens find an outlet to express themselves in the world of hip-hop and breakdancing.

Music (special)

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Robert Zemeckis on Smoking, Drinking and Drugging in the 20th Century: In Pursuit of Happiness (1999) as Song ("White Lines")
A feature-length documentary on smoking, drinking and drugging in the 20th century. Through interviews with historians and professionals in the drug treatment field interspersed with film clips, filmmaker Robert Zemeckis delves into the history of America's relationship with mind-altering substances

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