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    Four inner-city teenagers get caught up in the pursuit of power and happiness, which they refer to as 'the juice'.
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    It is one of the best hood movies! That’s all imma say.
    2019-09-07 10:09

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  • Actors of "Juice"

  • Characters of "Juice"

    Q. Character of Juice
    Played by: Omar Epps
    Bishop. Character of Juice
    Played by: Tupac Shakur
    Raheem's mother. Character of Juice
    Played by: Khalil Kain
    Trip. Character of Juice
    Ruffhouse M.C.. Character of Juice
    Played by: Queen Latifah
  • Directors of "Juice"

    Ernest R. Dickerson. Director of Juice
    Ernest R. Dickerson
    Birthdate: 25 June 1951, Newark, New Jersey, USA
  • Creators of "Juice"

    Ernest R. Dickerson. Director of Juice
    Ernest R. Dickerson
    Birthdate: 25 June 1951, Newark, New Jersey, USA
    Gerard Brown. Director of Juice
    Gerard Brown
  • Critic Reviews of "Juice"

    March 26, 2009

    Dickerson and co-writer Gerard Brown exhibit a sharp ear for dialog and have some real finds in their largely unknown cast...

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    Stylishly shot, it works well as a thriller; the result is energetic and entertaining, without the feeling of difficult truths being forgotten.

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    Mr. Dickerson, whose cinematography has been the reason Spike Lee's films look so good, has a terrific eye and some juice of his own.

    Washington Post
    January 01, 2000

    I'm sure Dickerson has strong feelings about inner-city problems, but if he does he can't convey them.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    January 01, 2000

    The movie generates a real tension in its closing passages, as it shows its characters trapped in a plot that seems to be unfolding according to its own merciless logic.

    Entertainment Weekly
    December 31, 1799

    Coming out from behind Spike Lee's camera, Ernest Dickerson has instantly arrived at the forefront of the new wave of black directors. His film aims for the gut, and hits it.

    Combustible Celluloid
    March 27, 2009

    An above-average story of four "boys in the hood."

    Film Threat
    May 06, 2005

    Commanding performances mesh with solid storytelling

    Apollo Guide
    February 13, 2001

    A Hitchcockian moment in an elevator is perhaps the film's signature set piece.

    Deseret News, Salt Lake City
    January 01, 2000

    Despite the script's reliance on familiar cliches, the film never feels like an exploitation thriller, as we genuinely feel for these kids and the life they've fallen into.

    Austin Chronicle
    January 01, 2000

    Dickerson's story of street kids at risk breaks no new ground. It is better than most, but not by much. Sure looks good, though.

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