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The girl is smart and beautiful and brown-skinned. Got to love the ass-kicking. Fashion is not laughable in this old film. Did they just make a remake of it?
A film with this kind of premise would usually end up being terrible, especially for a made-for-TV film. However, thanks to plenty of cheesy moments, Teresa Graves' solid performance, and one very solid drama scene near the end make it fun visit to 70's blaxploitation films. However, this is only a film for people who enjoy blaxploitation films or just cheesy films in general.
Almost a three star film....but not quite. It was really missing the action and gritty dialogue similar to other early 70s blacksploitation films. This was a tv pilot for a short lived series and it really feels like it.
Pretty decent movie for one that was made for tv.
Yeah, adapting the general feel of a Blaxploitation film like Foxy Brown to a television film isn't the best idea, so you lose a lot of the 'bite' that those films have when you sanitize them for the broadcast television audience.
Rental for the completists only, as there's a lot of downtime during the middle portion of this one.
46/100. This has become somewhat a cult favorite, but that doesn't mean it's good. The performances don't ring true. The plot is a little much and it failed to hold my interest. There are too many slow stretches and it just isn't that interesting.
This has become somewhat a cult favorite, but that doesn?t mean it?s good. The performances don?t ring true. The plot is a little much and it failed to hold my interest. There are too many slow stretches and it just isn?t that interesting.
This is a pretty decent (largely forgotten) blaxploitation flick. It's truly a product of the 70's-meaning that it appears dated, but that really only adds to its charm.
I remember seeing this when I was a young teenager. This later went on to become a TV series about an undercover police detective. It wasn't very good but it was novel at the time because there were few African American females as lead stars back then.