Banneker is a desperate man. His two jobs aren't bringing in enough money to help pay for his Aunt's cancer treatments and the bills are piling up. With no other options available, Banneker...
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Banneker is a desperate man. His two jobs aren't bringing in enough money to help pay for his Aunt's cancer treatments and the bills are piling up. With no other options available, Banneker knows that he's going to have to make his own opportunities if his Aunt is to survive. With the help of his friends D-Rock and Q, Banneker starts selling 'MILK' a powerful new drug that's hit the streets. Its not long before the money starts pouring in and Banneker and his crew catch the attention of a local Kingpin who wants in on the action and the cops who want to take them down.Written by
The first Straight Outta Oakland was a low budget film about four youths taking different paths to get out of a bad environment. The actors are all amateurs, and while it wasn't a great film, it at least had a cogent storyline one could follow. This film has no connection aside from many of the same actors (in different roles, in a different storyline altogether). The major problem is the storyline makes little sense and is hard to follow. The movie is about a guy who starts dealing a new drug called "milk" and ends up in a rivalry with another drug dealer. Many of the main actors give good performances given their lack of experience, particularly Phaethon Brown as a very over the top dealer named Cecil. Unfortunately, the storyline is quite hard to follow and ultimately makes little sense.
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