Tales From the Hood Reviews
This film contained four short stories and a main story, similar to like just about every other anthology film. A lot of these usually contain a bunch of medicore short stories. In this case, two of the four were stereotypical black short stories. The first story was pretty good. Second story was better. Third was boring. Fourth almost gives this film a perfect rating, it's modern gang in America take on A Clockwork Orange done in 10 minutes and not quite as torturous. Obviously, the fourth film is a 100% homage to Stanley Kubrick's crazy coming-of-age tale.
The main story is interesting and the ending is just as f'ed as with all short story films. This film was great. Very good.
The entire film shines a very negative light on whites and is basically reverse racism. I have zero respect for any of the white actors involved who contributed to making this film, especially Corbin Bernsen.
Rusty kicked Arse on the script.
Forced to abandon before the cops arrived; this story begins with 3 gangsters who have to go to the mortician home to recover their ship that-was stolen by a rival pirate gang leader that they shoot down. Upon arriving they get detained by the mortician care-taker; he informs them not to worry about their ship; when they leave they will-be covered over their heads in the ship.
The beginning & end to this movie were the funniest parts of it; overall a D + (Deficient)