Mississippi Damned (2009)

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Three poor Black kids in rural Mississippi reap the consequences of their family's cycle of abuse, addiction, and violence.

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17 July 2016 | ohdonna-84161
6
| Good but too much going
This movie had a good plot line and a really good cast. However, I had some issues with it.

At the beginning of the movie, I had a hard time trying to figure out what was going on. As mentioned in the summary title, there was way too much going. There were a lot of characters, so sometimes I forgot names. It was easy to get the sisters' stories mixed up. I also didn't understand some parts of the ending. I won't say too much because I don't want to spoil it for others.

And overall,the movie was too depressing. Just was a complete overkill of depressing stuff. I thought that nothing would ever end well for any of the characters. I had to watch cartoons afterwards.

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Based on a true story.


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Written by J Bully
Performed by J Bully (as Bully D)
Produced by
D.J. Pocket
Courtesy of Mogul Group Entertainment
Published by Nandi's World / Kobalt Publishing

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