Bomb the System (2003)
Critic Consensus: Given the movie's premise, one would assume it's gritty and street-smart, but in reality it's a slave to stale cliches and formula.
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as Anthony `Blest' Campo
as Justin `Buk 50' Broady
as Kevin `Lune' Broady
as Officer Bobby Cox
as Officer Nole Shorts
as Diane Campo
as Kumar Baba
as Young Blest
as Hazar's Girlfriend No. 1
as Hazar's Girlfriend No. 2
as Brendan Pricely
as Custodial Boss
Critic Reviews for Bomb the System
Visually dazzling and dramatically trite -- it's virtuoso piffle.
Thoroughly fails to convince that its handful of New York characters known as 'bombers,' graffiti mongers futilely yearning for immortality via nightly despoiling of public and private property, is of any tragic interest.
Notable mainly for its hallucinatory, tripped visuals, which go a long way toward compensating for a less-than-riveting narrative.
A richly textured drama with an angry poetic edge that gets inside the obsessive subculture of New York graffiti artists.
Preachy and single-minded, populated by a world of sympathetic heroes and hissable villains.
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