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Genre  Action, Comedy, Crime
Initial DVD release  July 17, 2001
Language  English
5.3/10 IMDb

Director  George Gallo
Music director  Graeme Revell
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Release date  January 12, 2001
Writer  Graham Greene (story), Guy Elmes, Denis Freeman, George Gallo (screenplay)
Cast  Orlando Jones (Daryl Chase), Eddie Griffin (Freddy Tiffany), Garcelle Beauvais (Chloe), Gary Grubbs, Daniel Roebuck
Similar movies  Blackhat, Spy, Mission: Impossible, Mission: Impossible II, Bridge of Spies, Salt
Tagline  One big shot. One big mouth. The switch is on.

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Double Take is a 2001 action comedy film starring Eddie Griffin and Orlando Jones. Double Take was inspired by the 1957 drama Across the Bridge, which was in turn based on a short story by Graham Greene; the supporting cast includes Edward Herrmann, Gary Grubbs, Garcelle Beauvais, and Daniel Roebuck.


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Daryl Chase (Jones) is a successful investment banker who handles international accounts for a major New York City firm. Chase discovers to his surprise that one of his biggest clients, a company from Mexico, is actually a front for a cartel of drug smugglers; he realizes too late that he's been framed for money laundering and the murder of two cops, and is now wanted by the FBI.

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Chase is soon approached by a CIA agent, who thinks Chase's relationship with the Mexican drug kingpins might prove useful, but when his local contact disappears, Chase has to make his way to Mexico in order to save his skin and hopefully clear his name. Needing a new identity to get out of town and across the border, Chase obtains a stolen passport— and soon learns the man whose name he's using is in even deeper trouble with the law than himself.

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With nowhere else to turn, Chase asks streetwise hustler Freddie Tiffany (Griffin) (in reality, an undercover FBI agent) to help him get out of town; Chase pretends to be Freddie, while Tiffany will pose as a businessman like Chase. However, Chase finds out Tiffany isn't the man he thought he was, and that his sticky situation is even more perilous and fraught with secrets than he imagined.


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  • Eddie Griffin as Freddy Tiffany
  • Orlando Jones as Daryl Chase
  • Gary Grubbs as Timothy Jarret McReady
  • Edward Herrmann as Charles Allsworth
  • Garcelle Beauvais as Chloe
  • Andrea Navedo as Maque Sanchez
  • Shawn Elliott as Minty Gutirrez
  • Sterling Macer Jr. as Agent Gradney
  • Benny Nieves as Agent Martinez
  • Daniel Roebuck as Agent Norville
  • Vivica A. Fox as Shari
  • Box office

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    The film opened at #4 at the North American box office making $11.7 million USD in its opening weekend behind Traffic, Cast Away and Save the Last Dance, which debuted at the top spot.


    The film received mostly negative reviews. 12% of online critics gave the film a positive review according to review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. The consensus being that "despite a good performance by Orlando Jones, the movie is ruined by a ridiculous, messy plot and fails to generate laughs".


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    A dance competition in the film features the song Return of the Tres by hip hop group Delinquent Habits. The Joe song Stutter (featuring Mystikal) is also used in the movie.


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