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I May Destroy You
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A trip back in time into a dark world that offers ethereal travels, high rewards, and lethal risks.
Curtis Mayfield compiled an excellent soundtrack.
Super Fly is the dopest is dope!!!!
I was able to watch the full movie and that is tough for me to do as I can not sit still or concentrate for a long period of time so it has to be good,,
Still relevant almost 50 years later.....great movie, great soundtrack. Curtis Mayfield and Gordon Parks were way ahead of their time!
The best movie quote ever spoken: "Can you dig it?"
Good music, but hammy acting.
It's unique because, while being a badass, the protagonist is actually trying to get out of the life, to better himself, to get out from under the thumb of his oppressors. He has it all, money, respect, all the material gains, but it's not enough. It's surprisingly poignant for a movie from this exploitive genre.
Possibly the most recognizable and influential blaxploitation crime drama ever made.
Not a damn thing I hate about this movie. No wonder it's considered a classic.
The movie may glorify the pusherman, but that Curtis Mayfield OST cuts straight to the real social issues underlying the narrative. The best parts of the film are those paired with Mayfield's songs, especially when the main characters and plots fade into the background and the thing serves as a long music video for some truly superfly grooves.