South Central (1992)

R   |    |  Crime, Drama


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A former gangster fresh out of prison wants to change his life for the better and must save his 10 year old son whose already chosen a gang life.


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  • Christian Coleman and Glenn Plummer in South Central (1992)
  • Byron Minns, Glenn Plummer, and LaRita Shelby in South Central (1992)

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20 July 2002 | Buggieblade
8
| 8/10
SOuth Central was a gripping drama about a former gang member who has to decide between being a daddy and being a gangster. He rolls with the wrong crowd and gets caught up, BAD MOVE! NOt to spoil the film for those who haven't seen it I'll just leave it at that.

THe direction was fluid and well executed. S. Anderson brings the viewer into the scene and captures the moment with sheer brilliance. THe only two acting performances even worth mentioning were Glenn Plumber's and Byron Minns's. The supporting performances where sub-par but good writing rescued them from seeming cheezy.

I enjoyed South Central. It made my collection and I recommend it for yours.

BUggie

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Genres

Crime | Drama

Box Office

Budget:

$4,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$147,629 20 September 1992

Gross USA:

$1,373,196

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,373,196

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