RATING: 3.5/5 [SPOILERS] The life of four New York City teens grows more perilous when one assumes power in an ugly way. A debut for both director Ernest R. Dickerson and Tupac Shakur’s acting career, to which both shine through.
RATING: 1.5/5 [SPOILERS] Two high school students, who have dreams of being big, build time machines. But when something dramatic happens, it is there the two embark on an adventure to try and undo the event. Hard to believe that Spike Lee was apart of this “family-friendly” flick.
RATING: 3/5 [SPOILERS] Fifty random people are captured by an unknown force that wishes to see the outcome of their morals and values throughout. With the limited budget that this film had, it did well at presenting some intense and nail-biting moments.
RATING: 4.5/5 [SPOILERS] An African-American man, who is wrongfully convicted, must receive help from an African-American Attorney. The title perfectly sums up the emotional drive that the film delivers.