Deep in the Game Release Date: 2003 Genre: Action Director(s): Sang, Spuddy G, & JC Writer(s): Sang Staring: Spike Davis, Soulja Boy I’ve become used to hearing a certain term of endearment used by African Americans in my many years of watching direct-to-video urban films. It’s become so natural to me that I barely notice […]

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Deep in the Game
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Action
Director(s): Sang, Spuddy G, & JC
Writer(s): Sang
Staring: Spike Davis, Soulja Boy

I’ve become used to hearing a certain term of endearment used by African Americans in my many years of watching direct-to-video urban films. It’s become so natural to me that I barely notice its usage. Halfway through Deep in the Game I suddenly realized that it was being overused just a tad bit too much. The following excerpt represents Deep in the Game better than I ever could.

Some Guy: “Man fuck that nigga,. Shit. It’s your fault TK’s dead anyway. Nigga, Randall was right. Nigga, if TK wasn’t looking out for your ass nigga, he wouldn’t be dead nigga. You trippin’ on Big Rob being paralyzed. Nigga, fuck that shit nigga. If I die tonight, looking out for your ass nigga, it wouldn’t make no difference because that’s what a friend’s about nigga. Man you got shit fucked up for real.”

Main character: “Nigga, I got shit fucked up? Nigga, you got shit fucked up nigga. I learned that motherfucking [muffled dialogue] plus I killed [muffled] nigga. But I made a mothafucking promise, and if you ever try to fool me nigga, I’ll beat you to death nigga. Nigga, TK was the most important thing in Miss Carrie’s life nigga. And if you mothafuckers can’t respect that shit nigga, ya’ll need to ask yourselves what the fuck a friend is.”

Check out this credit list to give you an idea of the people behind the picture. There is one, count ‘em, one real name amongst them.

Directors: Sang, Spuddy G, & JC
Writer: Sang
Produced by: Black Trump Records
Director of Photography: JC
Editor: JC of BVP
Associate Producer: Lil D
Executive Producer: Leroy McMath

The film itself is only sixty minutes long. It has four music videos attached to it before the credits, and thus Spartan was able to claim its runtime as eighty-one minutes.

And whoever is responsible for the end credits needs to place himself back in middle school, because its apparent that the school system failed him or her. The film ends with “Copywright 2000.”

How do I best sum up Deep in the Game?

Nigga please.
DVD: Barebones. While I usually don’t bother posting up my thoughts on the video quality, Deep in the Game’s actual awfulness isn’t complimented by its terrible picture quality.

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