Directed by Malik Vitthal
A 21-year-old reformed gangster's devotion to his family and his future is put to the test when he is released from prison and returns to his old stomping grounds in Watts, Los Angeles.
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★★★★ review by tia on Letterboxd
MY LONGEST YEAH BOYEGA EVER
★★★★ review by River on Letterboxd
funny how some people sleep on their backs, some people on their side and yall sleep on john boyega
★★★½ review by love, jose on Letterboxd
I would sell every part of my body for john boyega
★★★★ review by Llewyn on Letterboxd
john is amazing but I'm depressed
★★★½ review by Haydn Elmore on Letterboxd
Even though this was at Sundance 2014, I'm counting it as a 2017 because of it's time of release on Netfilx.
Anyway, this was a pretty good film with an excellent performance from John Boyega, a solid story that moves along nicely, directing that's good, and a ending that isn't happy but does it come across some of the dramatic points across.
Nothing special or complex, but still worth checking out. 86 mins anit that bad.
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