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Caught Up

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Darin Scott
Produced by Elaine Dysinger
Peter Heller
Written by Darin Scott
Starring Bokeem Woodbine
Cynda Williams
Music by Marc Bonilla
Cinematography Thomas L. Callaway
Editing by Charles Bornstein
Distributed by Heller Highwater Productions
Release date(s) United States:
February 27, 1998
Running time 97 min.
Country U.S.A.
Language English
Gross revenue $6,754,958[1]

Caught Up is a 1998 American crime-drama film written and directed by Darin Scott. The film stars Bokeem Woodbine and Cynda Williams.

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Plot

Back in L.A. after serving time on drug charges, Daryl Allen (Bokeem Woodbine), who narrates, plans to open a nightclub, and a pal offers to bankroll the business. Daryl drives his buddy to the bank, unaware he's taking part in a robbery. He's sent back to the slammer for a long stretch, and during that period his girlfriend (Cynda Williams) marries. Released after five years, Daryl is unemployed when he meets Vanessa Dietrich (Williams), who gets him work as a limo driver. Vanessa and Daryl are targets of a hitman, and Vanessa tells Daryl she suspects her ex-lover Ahmad (Basil Wallace). What Daryl doesn't know about Ahmad and Vanessa may turn out to be his undoing.

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Release

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Box office

The film opened in 713 theatres on February 27. Its opening weekend the film was able to gross $2,422,631, ranking number ten for the weekend box office. The following weekend, although opening in nine more theaters, the film was only able to pull in $1,024,103, dropping to sixteen in the ranks.[2] By the end of its theatrical run, the film acquired a total of $6,754,958.[1]

Soundtrack

A soundtrack containing hip hop music was released on April 9, 1996 by Virgin Records. It peaked at #30 on the Billboard 200 and #6 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

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