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    John Shaft is a detective of New York apartment. He receives a task to investigate the case of Trey Howard who was killed. The clearest suspect is Walter Wade Jr - the real estate baron’s son. Shaft quickly approach one witness - Diane Palmiere. But she suddenly disappears and can’t attend the court.
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  • Actors of "Shaft"

  • Characters of "Shaft"

    John Shaft. Character of Shaft
    Carmen Vasquez. Character of Shaft
    Peoples Hernandez. Character of Shaft
    Played by: Jeffrey Wright
    Walter Wade, Jr.. Character of Shaft
    Played by: Christian Bale
    Rasaan. Character of Shaft
    Played by: Busta Rhymes
    Jack Roselli. Character of Shaft
    Played by: Dan Hedaya
    Diane Palmieri. Character of Shaft
    Played by: Toni Collette
    Jimmy Groves. Character of Shaft
    Curt Fleming. Character of Shaft
    Played by: Josef Sommer
    Lt. Kearney. Character of Shaft
    Lucifer. Character of Shaft
    Fat Man. Character of Shaft
    Played by: Luis Torres
    Mr. P. Character of Shaft
    Played by: Gordon Parks
  • Directors of "Shaft"

    John Singleton. Director of Shaft
    John Singleton
    Birthdate: 6 January 1968, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Creators of "Shaft"

    Ernest Tidyman. Director of Shaft
    Ernest Tidyman
    Birthdate: 1 January 1928, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
    John Singleton. Director of Shaft
    John Singleton
    Birthdate: 6 January 1968, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Shaft"
    January 01, 2000

    [Covers] too many bases.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    January 01, 2000

    Is this a good movie? Not exactly; too much of it is on automatic pilot, as it must be, to satisfy the fans of the original Shaft.
    January 01, 2000

    Its sheer balls-out bravado is often brutally funny.

    Mr. Showbiz
    January 01, 2000

    The potency of [Jackson's] performance is almost enough to save this Y2K update of the black private dick from erectile dysfunction, but not quite.

    Orlando Sentinel
    January 01, 2000

    John Singleton may have been the youngest director ever to be nominated for an Academy Award, but I wouldn't exactly call him a natural-born filmmaker.

    Seattle Times
    January 01, 2000

    Whenever he [Jackson] isn't on the screen -- which isn't much -- the movie flags.

    Old School Reviews
    June 03, 2013

    doesn't have the same historical impact as the original .... but entertaining

    Cinema Crazed
    June 01, 2013

    Packs a ton of style and solid laughs, but in the end, it's mostly a hollow experience...

    Common Sense Media
    December 28, 2010

    A guilty pleasure for adults and older teens.

    Combustible Celluloid
    May 26, 2006

    Shaft quickly splits into two different movies, and only one of them fully succeeds.

    Looking Closer
    December 06, 2004

    The primary focus of the film, and the real reason we're here, is to watch Samuel Jackson sink his teeth into the Shaft's trash-talking dialogue.

    Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY)
    June 28, 2004

    Samuel L. Jackson, who broke out of the pack in Pulp Fiction, fits the role and his leather Armani coat as though it's tailor-made. He's the man, and we can dig it.

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