**note: i used a pic of Zoe Kravitz, because its Zoe Kravitz…and although she’s nothing close to the main character, I’m exercising my right as blog-owner to post a picture of Zoe Kravitz, because it is indeed her; Zoe Kravitz**
I’ve seen this movie two times. Just trying to figure out when I’ll make it out a third time. It hit all of my movie wickets. Although there weren’t any explosions, there was gunplay. There was obvious and witty humor, a message on expression, allegoric meaning, good music, Zoe Kravitz, and a pretty good tempo.
My sister (Sydney Charles) once said that I put “New Jack” on everything. People clown me, and people also love that I’ll show up to your function rocking a Karl Kani sweatshirt of the turquoise kind and not think anything was wrong with it – all of this because I never left the 90s. The decade that i had all of my “coming of age” moments. This movie touched that part of my De La Soul.
The monologue at the end gave me chills because it was so relatable. I felt like I had a part in either making this movie, or it was inspired by yours truly, the illustrious Kenneth B.
If you haven’t seen this movie yet, I highly recommend that you do. I give it 5 planets on a scale of 5 stars. Can’t wait for it to come out on VHS.