i love films !!!
I've seen a fair few films in my time but hands down I've never personally related to a film more than this gem right now. Some of the conversations Tony has with his mum, I've had in real life with my mine. It's a great feeling to be represented but also makes you unequivocally uncomfortable at some of the shit the characters have to put up with.
It's a sweet as fuck coming of age and reactionary portrayal of black…
Why is this a 4.0 on letteboxd?
While yes this is better, and funnier than the last offering, that's not a hard feat to surpass. I felt no real ounce of emotion during these two hours, it just passed me by. Throwing everything in a script and hoping something will land is not the way to do it. Outlandish doesn't mean it's going to be funny. Why would I care about these characters if you decide to skip any ounce…