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Daniel Jones over 2 years ago
Doesn't get much worse. How did Singleton have any career after this absolute turd.
Kakra 4 years ago
8/10
Matthew Howard over 6 years ago
One of the worst films I've ever seen.
Justinas Jarukaitis over 1 year ago
Lino Monteiro over 2 years ago
Rory Banks over 4 years ago
Jake Boone over 5 years ago
Edsel Dope over 5 years ago
Nino Vignjevic almost 7 years ago
Ciaran Bourke almost 7 years ago
In 1991, 23-year-old director John Singleton guided viewers through South Central Los Angeles, taking for the first time an unflinching look at the devastating impact of violence on the black family. Boyz N the Hood ’s realistic portrayal of the inner city changed the face of black cinema forever. Ten years later, the Academy Award®-nominated director and writer returns to the same inner-city L.A. neighborhood and its complex social and political issues for the story of Jody (Tyrese Gibson), a misguided, 20-year-old African-American male who is really just a ‘baby boy’ finally forced—kicking and screaming—to face the commitments of real life. Streetwise and jobless, he has not only fathered two children by two different women—Yvette (Taraji P. Henson) and Peanut (Tamara LaSeon Bass)—but still lives with his own mother. He can’t seem to strike a balance or find direction in his chaotic life. To make matters worse, Jody must contend with his volatile best friend, Sweetpea (Omar Gooding)...
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