Rage and Discipline (2004)

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Dedicated boxers square off against trigger-happy drug pushers in Brian Clyde's remarkably assured first feature, developed under the aegis of exec producer Roger Corman. Classy little actioner, reportedly made for a mere $100,000.


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14 November 2005 | phatmann242-1
| Very Very Underrated film...
I saw this movie on BET two times, and this is a VERY VERY good movie. I"m going to warning this movie is not for the weak minded, it's very very graphic and it will make you think a lot. It's very interesting to see how fast things get around from one to another, and how fast people get killed when you're getting into it with the wrong people, the wrong people get killed, women get raped etc etc. Now, this movie is not just all about drug dealing and gang bangin, it also shows you there can be people in those areas that care also, and that person being the gym owner, it shows how he deals with his trainers getting it into with the drug dealers and the bangers, a famous quote from the movie. "No gangs, No guns, No drugs".

Watch it, just keep away from little children and if you don't like graphic images than Don't watch it.

It's a good reality check, and a good hood film. Hardcore movie.

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New York City, New York, USA

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