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Apprentice (1999)

| Action, Drama
Tye Cameron is leading a dead-end, solitary life, with his only escape being his martial arts training and gambling habit. But all this changes when he crosses paths with Benjamin, the ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Josh Cameron ...
Ty
Edward Symington ...
Benjamin
Rico ...
Big George
George Rohrbach ...
Jeff
Patrick Mandl ...
Stassi
Jessica Chisum ...
Katrina
Stacy Arnold ...
Ian
Hiru Shinumashi ...
Haru
Ty Lambrecht ...
Duece
Ven Dixit ...
The Runner
Monzell Lewis ...
James Davis
Jared Estrella ...
John (as Jarred Estrella)
John Hodgkin ...
Kevin
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Scott Robinson ...
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Tye Cameron is leading a dead-end, solitary life, with his only escape being his martial arts training and gambling habit. But all this changes when he crosses paths with Benjamin, the leader of an international assassination group. Enticed by an offer to join and help rid the streets of crime vigilante-style, Tye takes a step into this dark world of murder, money, and deceit. All Tye wants is to be part of something and do his part to cleanse the city of its slime, but he soon discovers there is more to his new profession than meets the eye. Confronted with a corrupt police force, vicious, cold-blooded hitmen, and a crusading cop looking for the truth, Tye must decide which side he's on, and how he will survive the escalating danger and violence. Written by Anonymous

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Finally an Indy with a Hollywood punch!
23 December 2001 | by (Sacramento, CA) – See all my reviews

I am an independant film buff, and this movie rocks! It's so much more action packed then others in it's class. The gun battles are straight from Hollywood. Very well done. Keep a close eye on this production company and it's director Josh Cameron. They're going places!


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