Love and a Bullet
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|Love and a Bullet|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Ben Ramsey|
|Produced by||Nancy Norman|
|Written by||Ben Ramsey|
|Music by||Tyler Bates|
|Edited by||Christopher Koefoed|
|Distributed by||TriStar Pictures|
While staking out his next assignment, the innocent girlfriend of his notorious boss, contract killer Malik (Treach) reflects on the dark path he's chosen but cannot escape. Torn between his sense of duty and his newfound sense of humanity, he finds that the only way out is a perilous showdown with men who are every bit as cold-blooded as he is.
Love and a Bullet was only released in 14 theaters and was only shown for three weeks. In its limited release, Love and a Bullet grossed $18,926.
The soundtrack was released on June 11, 2002 through TVT Records and consisted entirely of hip hop music. The soundtrack did not make it to any Billboard charts, but one single did, Jim Crow's "Holla at a Playa" went to 97 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks.
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