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An empathetic drama ready to put straight-laced audiences in the shoes of a maligned subculture.
"Bomb City" just keeps on having its Caucasian adolescents scream into the ether until you get it: angry middle-American teenagers are all not alike!
"Bomb City" will keep you in its grasp during every moment leading to its climactic violence. And it won't let go until the closing credits roll.
A tense, finely observed Texas crime drama, produced on a tight budget and suggesting great promise for its Dallas-based filmmakers.
Every piece is flawless, right down to the soundtrack.
An elementally beautiful motion picture, filled with moments that will well your eyes with tears even when removed from the context of the crime they're detailing.
An excellent central performance from Dave Davis and the promise of director Jameson Brooks makes this a noteworthy film for anyone hoping to discover fresh talent, but even those just looking for a good individual film will find this satisfying
Teenage rivalries escalate into searing violence in this powerful, fact-based drama about class, money and identity run amok in 1990s Amarillo, Texas.
The film's message, which it wields like a war chain, is a timeless one: Don't be such a dick to people because they look different from you. We all live in Bomb City: One stray match and the whole thing will explode.
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