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      Juice, directed by Ernest R. Dickerson is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America. The original release date was January 17, 1992 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Crime/Drama/Thriller and stars Omar Epps as Q, th late

      Tupac Shakur as Bishop, Jermaine Hopkins as Steel and Khalil Kain as Raheem.

      The pursuit of power is what brings these for friends together. Added to the mix is a loaded gun and a crazy power obsessed teenager Bishop. Abusing his newfound power, he kills off his friends one by one after getting a feel of murder by killing a fellow rival.

      Survival is Q’s new mission, Bishop is after him, tryig to kill him. Q must outsmart hisone time friend, either get him to give up the chase or ...

      • Juice (1992)
      stop his evil mentality once and for all.

      This movie showcases what it is like for the inner city youths of this generation. No longer can they settle their differences like men with talk or even a fist fight, everything today is done with a

      knife or a gun or some other form of weapon.

      If it is a sin to kill, why is it being done on a daily basis?

      The movie is terrible in the sense of what it portrays, but, splendid in the way it is. Nicely done.

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