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Brooklyn Bound (2004)

R | | Crime, Drama | 3 May 2004 (USA)
Sean deals drugs but can he prevent his younger brother from following in his footsteps?

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Rob
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Kim (as Nikki Arlyn)
Kevin Baxtor ...
Cory
Louis K. Breazil ...
Kay
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Peter Byrnes ...
Paulie
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Tamara
Alfred Cherry ...
Pop
Celeste Cruz ...
Maria
Miz Cutting ...
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Jack
Eric Doherty ...
Eric
Bart Downing ...
Sal
Timothy Goerg ...
Young Keith
John Guiffre ...
Vic
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Sean deals drugs but can he prevent his younger brother from following in his footsteps?

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Crime | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for drug content, violence, pervasive language and some sexuality
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3 May 2004 (USA)  »

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$70,000 (estimated)
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Danny: Jesus Christ Rob, all I'm doing here is trying to help you out. you, you know the only problem is I'm the only one trying. I been there for you like 6, 7 times? I go out of my way to let you know when things are getting out of hand? But you, no. not with Rob, Rob's got it all under control right Rob? Truth is you don't got dick under control Rob...
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a breath of fresh air...
12 July 2005 | by (NYC) – See all my reviews

I just watched Brooklyn Bound for the first time about half-hour ago and this film doesn't waste a minute of the film as every scene of this film are shot very well. The cinematography was great, it's meant for a film like this. the guy doing it clearly had the right idea and it works very well for low-budget. All of the acting was good - Jamie Hector(Paid In Full, HBO's The Wire) is VERY effective in his role as is the scarce Dean Winters(HBO's Oz) w/ some strong acting. After watching the Brooklynite Jamie Hector play out his part as the strong and silent Marlo opposite Wood Harris in The Wire, It was the straw that broke the camel's back in making me consider this movie even though I was pretty sold on the title itself. The film itself shows the hard times in Brooklyn and it shows the cultural diversity which makes the film so meticulous and the scenes in the projects can be compared to the likes of New Jersey Drive and Clockers only they used actual Brooklyn n!&&@s for the film. What I really loved about the movie was the fact that REAL NEW YORK STREET SLANG IS USED CORRECTLY!!! The film itself doesn't pull any punches and keeps it very real and for that I recommend this film to anyone who likes urban film - Brooklyn Bound is a gem under the radar....


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