This is a classic of its genre, a film whose structure and countless scenes were the main basis for the hilarious Looking back at the film, one has to wonder how much has really changed almost twenty years later. That just preaches it's all alright! Nun wächst er bei den Großeltern auf, aber die können nicht verhindern, dass Cain in die Kriminalität abrutscht, mit anderen Autos klaut und Drogen nimmt. Crowded rooms that all sound like they're only in front of you, yeah, that's exactly what I was looking for in a Blu-ray release. Bass levels are pretty poor, considering the scenes and the soundtrack barely register any rumble at all until late in the film, and even that is too light to amount to much of anything. The era is discussed, talking about riots, violence, and crime more than actual filming aspects. With poor video, poor audio, and unimpressive extras, this is only worth a look if you can find it for cheap.
Worth seeing, but a purchase depends upon the asking price. This film about life in the hood is all about the repercussions coming from one's actions, about respect, family, and justice. If anything, the two films parallel each other, as their statements and methods of telling a story are quite similar, as they slap viewers in the face telling them exactly how it is, with little room for interpretation. From here, with the influence of O-Dog, Caine falls into the never-ending cycle of violence and pain, oblivious to the consequences to his actions, not learning from his mistakes, going back time and again for more. Cependant, si le contenu informatif sur ce site affecte en aucune façon vos droits, veuillez s'il vous plaît. Sein Vater war Drogendealer, seine Mutter starb an einer Überdosis.
The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. The channels that actually get activity show very good separation, but some moments of questionable dynamics. Only watched Menace and Friday so far, both great movies. There is no easy out in life, and that's what we see here. Perhaps in about five years we'll see another disc of this film, and it may be a step up. But when I saw all 3 on Blu-Ray for such a low price I had to get them!! The video game instructions and box are included. Vous ne pouvez pas télécharger ou regarder des films en ligne sur ce site.
Le film a été présenté dans le cinéma en. Not to mention you're getting 3 separate Blu-Rays for less than today's average movie ticket cost. Don't get all excited looking at the technical specifications for this disc. There is no main menu screen, just a pop up, and the film begins with no menu prompt or pre-menu bullshit. Textures are up and down, with some interesting or solid moments, but again problems abound scene to scene. Sure, this film follows two young kids oblivious to all of this, not realizing their mistakes, following in the doomed footsteps of those who came before them, but what lesson is to be learned from escaping unscathed? Detail levels just aren't strong, as there are far too many scenes where skin tones exhibit no character and look slightly blurry, and I can say that I didn't spot too many sequences where faces were all that alive and sharp. This disc has issues from start to finish, some small, some significant, that prevented me from truly enjoying the viewing experience.
I see what people are saying about the extended version of Friday but I personally like the added footage, especially John Witherspoon's little speech for cube at the refridgerator, if you have seen Friday before but not the extended I think it was worth it for that one scene alone! The way the film shows a gradual desensitization to violence, and the vicious circle that it brings, is quite interesting. It's all about responsibility, the burdens and consequences not just to oneself, but to those in one's immediate proximity, and as the film shows, no bad deed goes unpunished in the end. Sein Vorbild ist der besonders gewalttätige O-Dog, der bei einem Ladenüberfall die Besitzer erschießt. It's really poorly done, as it is too choppy, and the way each participant is introduced prior to an interview clip playing gets real old real fast. It's only two years old, but it barely notches above the titles released in the first days of the format. This track has such a severe and noticeable absence of rear activity that it's almost laughable. Can Caine rise above the entrapments of the 'hood? Not just Friday but all 3 movies were like this, filled with never before scenes!! As we meet our two youthful lead characters Tyrin Turner as Caine, Larenz Tate as O-Dog , they stand toe to toe with a husband and wife who own a liquor store, who don't much appreciate the business they're being given, perhaps due to prejudice, perhaps due to problems in the past.
Here, the former music video directors prove to be the right men for the job, creating a timeless depiction of the wrongs that are so easy to fall into, the pratfalls that befall those who associate with fools, innocent or not, and the different life that is readily within reach at any time. I thought now would be as good a time as any to circle back and cover a release that's been reduced to a budget title in many stores. Jackson killing a man at a poker table, we're told this is just the first time the kid would see his father take a life before he, too, was gone. No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. Though the rage associated with the era has passed, and perhaps the race of some of the gangs still going through these pains now varies city to city, this depiction of the violent street lifestyle and its consequences remains relevant today.
The Blu-ray transfer of the movies looks great. An item that is used but still in very good condition. Sobering and incisive, this cautionary urban drama centers on 18-year-old Caine Lawson Tyrin Turner , a street tough facing a moral quandary while trying to turn his life around, aided by a pragmatic girlfriend Jada Pinkett Smith and a caring teacher Charles S. Sure, we get the occasional tire screech or odd noise, but this may as well be called 2. Surrounded by drugs, thugs, and death, it's hard for a kid to not be affected, leaving us with the recent high school graduate living with his religious grandparents Marilyn Coleman, Arnold Johnson , going out all hours of the night to cruise and commit all sorts of misdeeds, a codpiece and eyeliner short of mimicking another cinematic hooligan. Mais toujours dans le ghetto, ce qui en fait se réunir avec d'autres jeunes, parmi eux une très mauvaise influence comme l'est votre meilleur compagnon, O -Dog. This really is a poor track.
In this film, criminal acts always catch up to those committing them; there's no get out of jail free card, no magic problem solver, or, more importantly, no escape. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. As the film rolls on, we see him boasting, openly showing the videotape of the crime he stole from the security camera, in such a carefree manner that it's impossible to believe that it won't come back to haunt him. As is, this is not a great disc. Les spectateurs ont donné une note de quatre sur cinq avec 35,021 votes. The clips are sometimes so short it's embarrassing, and often times they start up talking about someone without addressing who is being discussed.
When we meet Caine, we see a young kid witnessing his father Samuel L. It shows that there's an equal and opposite reaction for every action one takes, and that one cannot outrun their past, that eventually the biggest, flashiest peacock in the flock will get clipped sooner for drawing the wrong kind of attention to itself. I don't so much mind the random as hell grain level that would spike and plummet scene to scene, nor the miniscule amounts of dirt and debris, but the light compression issues, noise, and black crush all prove to be too much, especially when they partner up in any scene. The only question I have and this really bothers me is, Why did someone have to come out and make fun of this classic along with Boys N The Hood and other hood movies? Words are exchanged, pleasantries never enter the picture, and with one rash action, there's a crime hanging on O-Dog that will never go away, and will shape the rest of his life. Da schlägt Ronnie, Freundin eines inhaftierten Kumpels von Caine, diesem vor, ein neues Leben außerhalb der Stadt aufzubauen.
Jackson plays Caine's junkie father, and Larenz Tate is a standout as hair-trigger homeboy O-Dog. You do not really have to follow to much in this movie and it is not conufsing. The cover art and liner notes are included. . The kid feels bulletproof, and his openly criminal behavior proves as much.