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Robert Zeithammel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The most entertaining `Growing up in the hood movie` ever made!
This film is explosive!Probably the most entertaining `Growing up in the hood movie` ever.Its made very realistic and has a brutal story of survival and police brutality against juvenile offenders.You never get board because there's something going on every time,from start to finish,and the sound track makes it even better.Its like a documentary of juvenile delinquency,mostly car thefts,and life in the toughest black suburbs in New Jersey.
Based on reality,true in every way!
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