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Dead Presidents
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Dead Presidents 1995


From Amazon: Twin brother codirectors Albert and Alan Hughes planned their first film, the 1991 ghetto crime drama Menace II Society as a response to John Singleton's Boyz N the Hood, which they considered wimpy and moralistic. They set their sights on The Deer Hunter in this ambitious follow-up, and they just about pull it off. Larenz Tate (from Why Do Fools Fall in Love) plays Anthony Curtis, an open-hearted African American teenager who gets shipped out to Vietnam with several of his pals, witnesses unspeakable horrors, and then struggles to readjust to civilian life. The evolving textures of life in a declining inner-city...

Directed By:
No image existsAlbert Hughes
No image existsAllen Hughes
Written By:
No image existsMichael Henry Brown
Starring:
Larenz TateLarenz Tate
Keith DavidKeith David
Chris TuckerChris Tucker
Freddy RodriguezFreddy Rodriguez
No image existsN'Bushe Wright
Bokeem WoodbineBokeem Woodbine
Clifton PowellClifton Powell
No image existsRose Jackson

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Dead Presidents Movie Review by Tim (1/9/2009)

I saw Dead Presidents at the theatre in 1995 and remember liking it more before I became the guy that picks films apart. I noticed a lot of things about the film this go around that made me start to change my opinion on it.

The cast is solid. Chris Tucker even in his earlier days was still funny. Also getting to see an...

(complete Dead Presidents review by Tim)



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