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Poetic Justice (1993)

“Boyz N the Hood was one of the most powerful and influential films of its time, in 1991. Poetic Justice is not its equal, but does not aspire to be; it is a softer, gentler film, more of a romance than a commentary on social conditions. Janet Jackson provides a lovable center for it, and by the time it’s over we can see more clearly how Boyz presented only part of the South Central reality.”

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