Straight Out of Brooklyn (1991)
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as Dennis Brown
as Ms. Walker
as Gas Station Customer
as Gas Station Manager
as Uncle Scotty
as Man in Grocery Store
as Woman in Grocery Store
as Luther's Girlfriend
as Grocery Clerk
as Secretary in Employment Office
as Man in Bar
Critic Reviews for Straight Out of Brooklyn
Awfully difficult to watch outside of its 1991 womb, with its limitations cringe-inducing, reducing a powerful statement of frustration to no-budget After School Special.
Though amateurish and technically raw, the film offers a fresh insider's view of the disintegration of one black family, serving as a microcosm of the entire inner-city black community
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Audience Reviews for Straight Out of Brooklyn
This was a huge disappointment. Hard to follow and boring. Do not understand why it was critically acclaimed. Just as I a reference I make a point to see many ethnic movies from all over the world every year and saw over 250 films last year.
Though amateurish and technically raw, the film offers a fresh-at-that-time insider's view of the disintegration of one black family, serving as a microcosm of the entire inner-city black community.
This movie was heavilly hyped when it was released due mainly to the fact that Matty Rich made was something like 4 years old and made straight out of brooklyn for something like $1.75 It was raw and in your face but it has dated badly
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