Goldie returns from five years at the state pen and winds up King of the pimping game. Trouble comes in the form of two corrupt white cops and a crime lord who wants him to return to the ... See full summary »
Super Fly is a cocaine dealer who begins to realize that his life will soon end with either prison or his death. He decides to build an escape from the life by making his biggest deal yet, converting the coke to cash and running off to start a new life. The problem is that the Mob does not have a retirement plan and will give him a choice of staying and selling for them or dying if they find out his intentions.Written by
John Vogel <jvogel@dgs. dgsys.com>
A couple of, shall I say, rectal areas dismiss this classic. I don't know what kind of dildo they had up that spot but it must have been painful to not see that this movie told a story in such a way that A films such as "Ryan's Daughter" and "Saturday Night Live" wish they could. From Ron O' Neals' performance down to the great Curtis Mayfield score this movie was hitting on all cylinders. Instead of doing repeats of "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and "Dawn of the Dead" or the disappointing "Shaft" someone should do this one again just to see if they can match the muscle of one of the films that was too badass for little minds to see clearly.
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