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A Rage in HarlemThe film centers on a gangster 's sexy girlfriend and the trouble she gets . She flees, look for the safe place to hide stolen gold. Suddenly, she confronts Jackson whom she falls for so her life becomes chaos.Keywords:
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Directors of "A Rage in Harlem"Bill DukeBirthdate: 26 February 1943, Poughkeepsie, New York, USA
Creators of "A Rage in Harlem"Chester HimesBirthdate: 29 July 1909, Jefferson City, Missouri, USAJohn Toles-Bey
Critic Reviews of "A Rage in Harlem"Seattle TimesJuly 01, 2013
With its snazzy Elmer Bernstein score, its snappy period flavor and its all-star cast doing something completely different, A Rage in Harlem should have been much more fun than it is.Philadelphia InquirerJuly 01, 2013
Jazzy and jauntily funny.Orlando SentinelJuly 01, 2013
As the movie becomes increasingly violent and unpleasant, the characters chase around after each other in a threadbare gangster plot about a trunk of gold.New YorkerJuly 01, 2013
[A] flamboyant, engaging action comedy.Los Angeles TimesJuly 01, 2013
Duke and company have been true to Himes' brash, blaspheming spirit, and that is no small thing.Chicago TribuneJuly 01, 2013
Bill Duke's Harlem has the heft of an imaginatively heightened reality; it's a great place to visit.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsAugust 05, 2013
It bleeds for a kind of Harlem justice, as its intense black characters act tough, nasty, sexy, twisty, heroic and lively.TV GuideJuly 01, 2013
A Rage in Harlem is the kind of film that, every ten minutes or so, requires violent bloodshed or a sexual rendezvous to prevent audiences from becoming glassy-eyed and slack-jawed.Radio TimesJuly 01, 2013
Based on Chester Himes's novel, this is a stylish, fast-moving and often humorous thriller from Deep Cover director Bill Duke.Philadelphia Daily NewsJuly 01, 2013
Underneath the fancy trappings, however, is a disappointingly ordinary caper movie that moves far too slowly for a picture of this type.People MagazineJuly 01, 2013
That extraordinary cast, directed by Bill Duke, has little to do other than idle between sporadic outbursts of sadistic violence.Empire MagazineJuly 01, 2013
It's largely a cheap looking, tawdry affair, with tortuous interludes in which the humour devolves on gratuitous unpleasantness or tired old bad jokes at the expense of women.
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