A movie about two brothers from Brooklyn. Travis and Bryant. One is a successful business man and the other is a not so successful street hustler. As with most odd couples, one is always ... See full summary »
A movie about two brothers from Brooklyn. Travis and Bryant. One is a successful business man and the other is a not so successful street hustler. As with most odd couples, one is always getting into trouble. The other has to come and bail him out. When a hustle on a local thug named Tank backfires, all hell breaks loose. It's up to Travis and Bryant to work together to solve their latest dilemma and in the process they gain respect for each other's life. Written by
Another straight to movie DVD/VHS that's shot with a camcorder. This one looks better than most camcorder movies but the story is still a mess. There's an jokey opening sequence that pays homage to the Amadou Diallo tragedy and it has nothing to do with the story. If it does, someone please explain it to me.
Unfunny characterizations. Acting barely there. The filmmakers tried, but they really have to go back to the lab. Not the worst I have seen, but it could have used a little more effort.
yes, the story involves two brothers. One a promising businessman and the other a good for nothing one who constantly gets into trouble. I just wish I cared more for the particular jam they all get into. overall, it doesn't matter by the end. And again, the above-mentioned homage to the NYC Amadou Diallo tragedy is unfunny, tasteless, has nothing to do with the story and I still scratch my head trying to figure out what it has to do with the movie.
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