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Director: John Singleton     Starring: Laurence Fishburne Cuba Gooding
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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 221179250
UPC: 043396341944
UPC 14: 00043396341944
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Editor's Note
John Singleton emerged from USC film school with his passionate script already written, and at age 23 he made the film that spawned a score of ghetto dramas. From the opening shot--a sign reading "Stop"--to the final message of "Increase the Peace," Singleton's desire to galvanize his audience is clear. The violence destroying South Central Los Angeles is seen through the eyes of Tre Styles (Cuba Gooding Jr.), whose intelligence and common sense would be wasted in the 'hood if not for his father, Furious (Laurence Fishburne), who imparts discipline and responsibility to his son. Tre's friends aren't so lucky, though, especially Doughboy (Ice Cube), who has been in and out of institutions since childhood and now sits on his porch with a forty in his hand and a pistol in his waistband. Singleton is ambitious enough to tackle a host of problems, from African American business practices to the bias of the SAT test, but the real power of the film lies in the performances of its principals. Cuba Gooding, in his first role, doesn't let Tre come off like a goody two-shoes, while Ice Cube gives a tragic nobility to a young man who knows he's doomed.


Video Features Dolby Digital (5.1), Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, English, German

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Sony
Video Release Date Release Date: 7/19/2011
Video Play Time Running Time: 112 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1991
Video UPC UPC: 00043396341944
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

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Video Color Spec Video: Color
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Boyz n the Hood - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: The Other Chad Reviews
Published on: 7/26/2011 4:03 PM
It has been twenty years since the release of writer-director John Singleton’s, Boyz n the Hood, and now the film is available on Blu-ray for the first time. One of the most celebrated debut’s in movie history, Boyz n the Hood has been credited with opening a lot of eyes to the violent realities facing African-Americans living in urban areas. In this case it’s South Central Los Angeles, where a number of young men are trying – with varying degrees of success – to stay out the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Nia Long
Video Cast Info Ceal
Video Cast Info Regina King
Video Cast Info Lloyd Avery II
Video Cast Info Dee Dee Jacobs
Video Cast Info Vonte Sweet
Video Cast Info Susan Falcon
Video Cast Info Baldwin C. Sykes
Video Cast Info Laurence Fishburne
Video Cast Info John Cothran Jr.
Video Cast Info Don Nelson
Video Cast Info Mia Bell
Video Cast Info Kirk Kinder
Video Cast Info Raymond D. Turner
Video Cast Info Dedrick D. Gobert
Video Cast Info Yolanda Whittaker
Video Cast Info Nicole Brown
Video Cast Info Desi Arrnez Hines
Video Cast Info Morris Chestnut
Video Cast Info Meta King
Video Cast Info Valentino Harrison
Video Cast Info Hudhail Al-Amir
Video Cast Info Baha Jackson
Video Cast Info Donovan McCrary
Video Cast Info Cuba Gooding Jr.
Video Cast Info Darneicea Corley
Video Cast Info Jimmy Lee Newman
Video Cast Info Na'Blonka Durden
Video Cast Info Leonette Scott
Video Cast Info Kenneth A. Brown
Video Cast Info Tammy Hanson
Video Cast Info Esther Scott
Video Cast Info Ice Cube
Video Cast Info Tyra Ferrell
Video Cast Info Kareem Grimes
Video Cast Info Malcolm Norrington
Video Cast Info Angela Bassett
Video Cast Info Leslie Bigham
Video Cast Info Leanear Lane
Video Cast Info Redge Green
Video Cast Info Whitman Mayo
Video Cast Info Jessie Lawrence Ferguson
Video Cast Info Alysia M. Rogers
Video Cast Info John Singleton - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Charles Mills - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Bruce Cannon - Editor
Video Cast Info Stanley Clarke - Composer
Video Cast Info John Singleton - Director
Plot Summary
Since the age of 10, Tre Styles (Cuba Gooding Jr.) has been living with his father in South Central Los Angeles--where the challenge lies in simply staying alive long enough to become a man. To make matters worse, Tre's friend Doughboy (Ice Cube) is on the wrong path. John Singleton's directorial debut is part bildungsroman, part gangster film, part call-to-arms for an African American community besieged by violence, drug use, teen pregnancy, and AIDS.

Professional Reviews

Rolling Stone
"...Impressive....Powerfully affecting..." 08/08/1991 p.78

New York Times
"...[A] terrifically confident first feature....[Fishburne endows] enormous dignity and grace..."| 07/12/1991 p.C1

USA Today
"...BOYZ N THE HOOD juggles a half-dozen characters with remarkable ease, never losing sight of their destination....Singleton has made the punchiest feature debut in recent memory..." 07/12/1991 p.1D

Film Comment
"...The movie has value. It corners moviegoers, almost at cinematic knife point, and tells them what they need and don't want to know..." 09/01/1991 p.2-4

Los Angeles Times
"...Strong and striking....Singleton and his actors slowly involve us in an almost sensual melange of moods, images and situations that take us inside the ghetto in a way mainstream films almost never do....A debut to remember..." 07/12/1991 p.F1

"[I]t's ultimately a tender tragedy about the powerful influence, good and bad, of family and friends." 12/01/2003 p.14

"It's characterised by Singleton's unflinching storytelling, plus a career-best performance from Cuba Gooding Jr...." 08/01/2004 p.134

A.V. Club
"Singleton set out to make his MEAN STREETS, capturing both the daily threat of violence and the enduring sense of community in the neighborhood where he grew up, and BOYZ N THE HOOD gets that across fairly often." 08/17/2011

Entertainment Weekly
"At the time, it was a revelation....[With] strong performances from Fishburne and acting newbie Ice Cube..." -- Grade: B 07/22/2011

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