A gang of robbers, lead by career criminal Charlie Croker, create the largest traffic jam in Los Angeles history, giving them time to pull off a theft of gold bullion. They get away in their Mini Coopers, which are small enough to drive on sidewalks so they can make a clean get away before the traffic jam clears. —IMDb
Felix Gary Gray (born July 17, 1969) is an American music video and film director. Gray was born in New York City. He was raised in South Central Los Angeles and Highland Park, Illinois. For a short time in the 1990s he worked at Bally Total Fitness as a trainer. He studied film and television at Los Angeles City College but dropped out to pursue his film-making. At first he worked as a cameraman for Fox Television, CNN and E!. This experience helped him find work as a music video director.
Gray has directed more than 30 music videos for musical artists such as Ice Cube, Queen Latifah, TLC, Dr. Dre, Jay-Z, and Mary J. Blige, and won several awards for his video work. For Coolio’s “Fantastic Voyage”, he received the 1995 Billboard Music Video Award for Best Rap Video. For TLC’s “Waterfalls”, he received the MTV Music Video Award for Video of the Year, as well as an NAACP Image Award. He was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1998 for directing “How Come, How Long”, Stevie Wonder… read more