Soul in the Hole (1997)

  |  Documentary, Sport


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The life trials and tribulations of a group of young athletic men that struggle through everyday life supporting one another on the rough streets of a Brooklyn neighborhood, using basketball as their way out of a possible life of poverty.


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21 January 1999 | MOVIEMAN-85
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| Don't even bother.....
This movie was without a doubt a waste not only of my time, but also a waste of film, electricity for the cameras, tape recording (vhs), water (for the players involved) and everything else it was needed in order to put everything together and obtain the privilege of being called a movie or at least a decent film. Not only is a waste of everything you can think of, but is also the worst movie or documentary (if it can be called any of these two) you can possibly imagine or will ever get to see. If you are a basketball lover like myself, please take my word for it and don't even waste a $1.00 to rent it. It's just not worth it. Instead give that $1.00 to charity. You will have more fun this way and will save yourself a major disapointment. Trust me!

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Thought You Knew
(Written by
Coolio (as A. Ivey))
Performed by Coolio
Courtesy of Tommy Boy

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