East L.A. Warriors Reviews

  • Oct 27, 2012

    More fine work from Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs as he presides over gladiator style games to the death between rival gang members. Police put an end to the games and likely put the public at greater risk by allowing them to continue their petty turf wars on the street. Appears to have been influenced by "The Warriors" given the makeup on some of the gangs.

    More fine work from Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs as he presides over gladiator style games to the death between rival gang members. Police put an end to the games and likely put the public at greater risk by allowing them to continue their petty turf wars on the street. Appears to have been influenced by "The Warriors" given the makeup on some of the gangs.

  • Jul 31, 2012

    More fine work from Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs as he presides over gladiator style games to the death between rival gang members. Police put an end to the games and likely put the public at greater risk by allowing them to continue their petty turf wars on the street. Appears to have been influenced by "The Warriors" given the makeup on some of the gangs.

    More fine work from Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs as he presides over gladiator style games to the death between rival gang members. Police put an end to the games and likely put the public at greater risk by allowing them to continue their petty turf wars on the street. Appears to have been influenced by "The Warriors" given the makeup on some of the gangs.

  • Feb 09, 2012

    Gang warfare in East LA with truces settled at a gladiatorial style games orchestrated by kingpin Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs. Will do nothing to dispel the perception that East LA is a bad neighbourhood. Many of PM Entertainment regulars appear, even William Smith in a meaningless role as a restauranteur. After watching KTLA nightly news, PM films do not seem as far off the mark as I originally thought.

    Gang warfare in East LA with truces settled at a gladiatorial style games orchestrated by kingpin Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs. Will do nothing to dispel the perception that East LA is a bad neighbourhood. Many of PM Entertainment regulars appear, even William Smith in a meaningless role as a restauranteur. After watching KTLA nightly news, PM films do not seem as far off the mark as I originally thought.