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Blu-ray Review - Across 110th Street

ACROSS 110th STREET Anthony Quinn

1972's "Across 110th Street" is often labeled a blacksploitation picture, and while parts of the movie fit into such a classification, this cops-and-criminals saga appears to have more in common with "The French Connection." Gritty and mindful of perspective, the feature is a bruising examination of power and desperation, filled with energetic chases and fiery confrontations. And while the picture deals with race and prejudice, it's more interested in dissecting character, creating a community of hotheads after one another for numerous reasons. Read the rest at


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