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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Disturbing But Brilliant

    If you want to understand how crack got started in the US, this is a good primer. Coming out of LA and the Bay Area, it became the country's recreational pandemic virus like non- other for the working masses. Laurence Fishburne, dutifully acting the role of the "player" drug dealer-under cover cop, knew all the right moves and the right people and the right chemicals that were going to be profitable. Disturbing as well because of prophetic commentary on globalized drug usage and "the streets just get worser."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ''THE BEST THING ABOUT LIFE ON THE STREET IS YOU KNOW HOW IT'S GOING TO GO DOWN...''

    narrates John Q. Hull, crack dealer supreme played with realistic fervor by Laurence Fishburne, 2 years before his Oscar nominated turn as Ike Turner (WHATS LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT). His work here is just as Academy worthy. This is keen, well told street theatre. There is great support from Gregory Sierra, Charles Martin Smith and Jeff Goldblum, in his most evil role since DEATH WISH. Highly intense.

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