Double Take
Buena Vista (2001)
Comedy, Thriller, Crime, Action
In Collection
#177
0*
DVD
92 mins
IMDB

Orlando Jones Daryl Chase
Eddie Griffin Freddy Tiffany
Gary Grubbs Timothy Jarret McReady
Raul Julia-Levy Agent Peres
Daniel Roebuck Agent Norville
Sterling Macer Jr. Agent Gradney
Benny Nieves Agent Martinez
Garcelle Beauvais Chloe
Andrea Navedo Maque Sanchez
Edward Herrmann Charles Allsworth
Carlos Carrasco
Shawn Elliott Chela/Gutierrez

Director George Gallo
Producer Brett Ratner
David Permut
Writer George Gallo
Graham Greene

Daryl Chase (Orlando Jones) is a successful Wall Street banker in charge of international accounts. His firm's biggest client is a company from Mexico. Chase discovers one night that the company is actually a false front for a huge drug cartel and that he has been framed for money laundering. Determined to stay out of jail, Chase begins to run. Realizing that he has to get to Mexico to clear his name, Chase enlists the help of streetwise thug Freddy Tiffany (Eddie Griffin) to help him get out of town. In reality, Freddie is an FBI agent. Chase decides to switch places with Freddie and pose as a thug while Freddie assumes Chase's identity. However, Chase finds out Freddie isn't the man he thought he was, and that his situation is more dangerous and filled with intrigue than he thought was possible.

Edition Details
Audience Rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance)
Country USA
Language English
Distributor Walt Disney Video
Edition Special Edition
Barcode 786936156812
Region Region 1
Chapters 27
Release Date 2/5/2002
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Widescreen (16:9)
Fullscreen (4:3, Letterboxed)
Theatrical Widescreen (2.35:1)
Subtitles Spanish; English (Closed Captioned)
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]
DTS 5.1 [English]
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 1

Features
Deleted and Extended Scenes "Clues Companion" Featurette Original Storyboards: The Emu Ranch "Director's Diary" - A Behind-The-Scenes Featurette Storyboard To Final Scene Comparison: Multi-Angle Feature Audio Commentaries with Director George Gallo and Editor Malcolm Campbell: Insights Into The Making Of Double Take, Thoughs On The Deleted and Extended Scenes