Paper Soldiers

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Paper Soldiers
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DVD cover for the film.
Directed by David V. Daniel
Damon Dash
Produced by Damon Dash
Written by Brian Ash
Charles Murphy
Starring Beanie Sigel
Kevin Hart
Stacey Dash
Michael Rapaport
Memphis Bleek
Noreaga
Tiffany Withers
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release dates June 2002
Running time 88 min.
Language English

Paper Soldiers is an urban crime comedy released in 2002. It stars Kevin Hart, Beanie Sigel, Stacey Dash, Kamal Ahmed, and rapper Jay-Z appears in a cameo role. It was produced by Roc-A-Fella Films and distributed by Universal Pictures.

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This hip-hop comedy from Roc-A-Fella Records' film division stars Beanie Sigel as a hot-headed hood bully that does small robberies to make some cash, Memphis Bleek as a thief of another crew, Myxt Matanza as the bodega owner and Jay-Z as the rapper himself. Kevin Hart plays a character who is part of a crew of thieves who does small time jobs like house breaking.

The crew itself is not exactly a highly polished operation, and the crew's capers result in comic mishaps far more often than actual thefts. They still manage to do some jobs like breaking into Jay-Z's house and robbing some of its material goods, but predictably, they receive prison time for robbery or aggravated assault

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