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The Bronx War (1991)

The Puerto Rican owner of a Bronx strip joint who also heads a street gang that deals in drugs and stolen credit cards gets involved in a war with a local black gang.

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Joseph B. Vasquez ...
Tito Sunshine (as Joseph)
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Rachel
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Tony (as Fabio Urena)
André D. Brown ...
Cesar (as Andre Brown)
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Kevin Baggott ...
Drug buyer
Francis Colon
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Sam
Miguel Sierra ...
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The Puerto Rican owner of a Bronx strip joint who also heads a street gang that deals in drugs and stolen credit cards gets involved in a war with a local black gang.

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21 February 1991 (Germany)  »

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Film debut of Gene Gabriel. See more »

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The Bronx War
10 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

The story is about an owner of a Bronx night club/stripper bar that is also the head of a Puerto Rican street gang that deals in drugs. He gets into hot water with a rival black gang when they accuse a woman he knows of stealing money from them.

The production value is low but the story and scenery has a certain grittiness to it. Also the acting might not be from well-known movie stars but I still found it enjoyable. You don't see too many movies with stories about Puerto Rican gangs from New York. Of course I realize this movie isn't for everyone, but for me it's a little hidden gem.


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