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Cross Bronx (2004)

Not Rated | | Drama | December 2007 (USA)
4 New York City highschoolers upon moving into the Bronx together, discover it's not easy doing it on your own

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Remi Aquino ... Oriental Massage Therapist
Erik Argenti ... Wrestling Coach
Vinnie Curto ... Eddie Fusco (as Vinny Curto)
... Rob-O
Gil Deeble ... Jungle Jim
Ray Elson
... Vivo
Maria Delle Grazie ... Randi
... Ike Green
... Schiek
... Kathy Mac
Foster Lee ... H.S. Wrestler / Pool Player
... Armenian Restaurant Owner
... Lisette
Vincent Neglia ... Mark Rod
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4 New York City highschoolers upon moving into the Bronx together, discover it's not easy doing it on your own

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Mulatica Mia
Written by Roy Shakked
Performed by The Tao of Groove
Produced by Roy Shakked
Courtesy of Groove Gravy Records
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Everyone needs to have a dream...not everyone has their dream(s) come true
2 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

Well done writer/director Larry Golin! So what happened to you after Cross Bronx? This was a very well produced film and the entire cast performed great. Yes these four (4) young men have went on to achieve additional work in films over the past decade but the only recognizable actor/actress that has gone on to bigger and brighter feature films or television series is the actress Dania Ramirez who plays Mia, the love interest of the main star of the film Ike Green, played by Max Greenfield.

The story evolves around four young men from a local New York City high school who all have great aspirations to do well so they agree to move in to a shabby but cheap basement apartment building in the Bronx. Each young man, one a high school wrestler Ike Green (Max Greenfield), an artist Rob-O (James Badge Dale), a baseball pitcher Schiek (Nashawn Kearse), and the street tough guy/mob muscle Vivo (Jerry Ferrara), are trying hard to live out their dreams. Their pasts seem to haunt them and overcome their future(s).

The film shows that not all Cinderella stories come true, the reality is that young men and women struggle for the most part while trying to find their true calling. These four young men live complex lives with financial struggles that extends to their immediate families thus the reason for moving in together.

I really thought this dramatic film deserves to be seen and I am actually surprised that it has not achieved very much attention. Interesting though that many of the actors/actresses have personally achieved success and they deserve it based on their performances in Cross Bronx.

I give the film a very good 7 out of 10 rating


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