Blue Hill Avenue (2001)





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Winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best Director at the 2001 Urbanworld Film Festival, Blue Hill Avenue focuses on the rise of the drug trade in Boston, as seen through the eyes of three childhood friends. The time is the late '70s, and Tristan (Allen Payne), Money (Aaron D. Spears), E-Bone (William Johnson), and Simon (Michael Taliferro) are all high-school pals and petty thieves on the mean streets of the city's South Side. Their antics bring them to the attention of Benny (Clarence Williams … More

Rating: R (for strong violence, language, drug content and sexuality)
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Written By: Craig Ross Jr.
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On DVD: Dec 23, 2003
Artisan Entertainment


as Tristan

as Det. Torrance

as Martine

as Det. Tyler

as Billy `Schlep Rock' ...

as Young E. Bone

as Uncle Rob

as Monica Dahl

as Man at the Window
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All Critics (4) | Top Critics (4)

A demanding, intelligent film of considerable complexity and of sufficient seriousness to justify its 128-minute running time.

Full Review… | September 24, 2003
Los Angeles Times
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The film is naive in its glorification of violence and vengeance.

Full Review… | September 24, 2003
L.A. Weekly
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Full Review… | October 18, 2008
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September 25, 2003
Hollywood Reporter
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Audience Reviews for Blue Hill Avenue


A truly timeless and beautifully detailed crime saga...performances from performers must be seen and what they went through will be felt to the core of your soul. Possess will remember it forever.

Fascade Fiveoneeight

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this was a good movie ...too bad they didnt get the support and promotion they needed to make it a great movie... it has a little of something in there for everyone...doesnt matter your view...likes or dislikes..... you will find some of both.....hope you enjoy or at least watch

joe b

I didn't know it was CJ Payne from "Meet the Paynes" Movie was a cheap gangster movie. Payne just doesn't portray a drug dealer to me.

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