Flea was a basketball player, happy with his subtle hustle, until a Dominican connect introduced him to a new way to spread the work and make all the cake. Flea assembles his friends and ... See full summary »
Flea was a basketball player, happy with his subtle hustle, until a Dominican connect introduced him to a new way to spread the work and make all the cake. Flea assembles his friends and decides to play it big by taking over a store and hustling' on the corner selling drugs to whoever got money. But with more money and power also comes drama and chaos ensues when some local criminals try to bring him down. Written by
Real archive footage of Cam'ron is used to show his character Flea when he was young. See more »
In the scene where a group of large black men are playing "dice" and going as far as to put their shoes into the bet, a man's hand holding a camera are very clearly visible in the bottom right corner of the screen. See more »
Yup, that's my life in Harlem. The ups, the downs, the highs, the lows
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I'm watching this right now, and it's decent. Better than State Property, but not quite as good as belly. If you're into this kind of cheap fun, go for it, but see belly first. Senseless violence and pervasive racism against everybody. and juelz santana. And fly fur coats. It's filmed in Harlem, and there's no shortage of convenience stores, sleazy law officers, and uptown projects. It makes you miss New York. fade-outs and Papa John's and NYPD. The movie's a highly fictionalized biography, and the central event is the murder of his daughter. Michael williams (omar from the wire) shows up. He's a little too good for this movie, but he gives it a little bit of cred. These are all relative comments; keep in mind that this is an extremely low-budget, badly-written, badly-mixed, badly-shot neo-blaxploitation flick. Music is good, too - Cam'ron and Juelz and Al Green. See it.
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