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Stick Up Kids

3.9 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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Four friends who grew up together on the mean streets of Harlem will do whatever it takes -- from armed robberies to elaborate con games -- to get what they want. But for how long? One slumlord is determined to take over the neighborhood, and he's not about to let some kids get in his way. The crew's only hope to survive -- a scam that's more twisted and dangerous than anything they've pulled off yet.

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  • Actors: Tariq Alexander, Mel Jackson, Bryce Wilson, Holly Joy Gaines, Robert Miano
  • Directors: Hawthorne James
  • Writers: Tariq Alexander, Debora Heflin
  • Producers: Tariq Alexander, Brendon Ellington, Debora Heflin, Ed Martin, Sonya Houston
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: One Village
  • DVD Release Date: February 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002XUBE0A
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,742 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Stick Up Kids" on IMDb

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This film impressed me! I thought this would be just another NYC crime flick but they tackle some real issues that New Yorkers are experiencing in several of the newly gentrified neighborhoods. This movie also taught me some stuff I didnt know about New York City's first settlers (hint: it was not the dutch). Bryce Wilson and Mel Jackson are great on the screen. I would give 5 stars except for a couple scenes that are a little too corny, other wise a great flick!
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This was a good movie, it had real substance and historical value. I did the research on Manhatten and found it to be on point. while their method may not have been the best approch (Robin Hoodist) the point of making conrtibutions to our community and to others were clear. We have to both invest in our own and become knowledgable about vision. Vision is not what you see but how you see it, it is not want you see but seeing what it can become.
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It was a shame,this could have had some potential,quite a bit of big names that semeed to fade,-not shine from Mel Jackson to Bryce Wilson-who are already great actors,but bad parts.Also, with all due respect,a veteran actor, Hawthorne James-Big Red from the Five Heartbeats,Color Purple, and so many notable movies and shows, who plays Uncle Bo in here. This man, woo-is cut from a different cloth,excellent actor. You give him a great part, he feels it and does it justice.They gave him a poor part in here though,too.The co-stars Tariq Alexander, Taurean Blacque,John Crann,and Lloyd DeLeon had an opportunity but, did not own up to the characters.They could have been as good.This movie was so terrible I want to throw it back as far as I can to where it came from. The acting was horrible and music as well, it was unsuspecting coming from a movie with a music producer like Bryce Wilson who could have helped them out with the soundtrack,very cheap!The story line could have came together better, very sketchy,all over the place.I can't say don't get it,cause the industry can be a tripp,all actors even the great ones have in-between or slow periods too, they gotta eat!
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The laws were created to protect them, NOT you! Legal doesn't mean good or right! Illegal doesn't mean bad or wrong! Listen my people to the words said in this movie.
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A group of Harlem con artists rob rich people and live by the Three Musketeers' motto. After amassing millions and living in a low end rental, they decide they need to pull one more big job before retirement. One gang member gets shot and put in a wheel chair. While in prison he gives us the "great white conspiracy" speech to give a substandard movie some mock substance. Somehow I don't see the Feds controlling interest rates as targeting blacks, but maybe that is just me.

At this point the movie turns from a light con artist film to a heavy film about the Moors, the original owners/ settlers of NYC, and how the white man keeps the black man down. The movie gets bogged down with this theme and doesn't integrate it into the film as well as other films have done. Coupled with bad acting and poorly written dialogue, this production lost my interest after the wheel chair speech. For those who believe in the white vs. black conspiracy ideas, they might find an interest in this film in spite of its short comings.

N-word, F-bomb, sex, no nudity.
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This was a great movie good story line I enjoyed. I think the critic is a little harsh I love how they help there neighbor need more of that to go on.
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This movie is very captivating and a must see for our youth. kudos to everyone involved with the making of this movie!
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I love this movie. It is entertaining but yet documentary/commentary. Very well done. The message, while delivered in the context of an African American experience, is universal to all interested in creating a better tomorrow.
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