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Crips and Bloods: Made in America (2008) 1080p YIFY Movie

Crips and Bloods: Made in America (2008) 1080p

Made in America is a movie starring Jim Brown, Tony Muhammad, and Kershaun Scott. With a first-person look at the notorious Crips and Bloods, this film examines the conditions that have lead to decades of devastating gang violence...

IMDB: 6.94 Likes

  • Genre: Documentary | Crime
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.41G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 93
  • IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 8 / 55

The Synopsis for Crips and Bloods: Made in America (2008) 1080p

With a first-person look at the notorious Crips and Bloods, this film examines the conditions that have lead to decades of devastating gang violence among young African Americans growing up in South Los Angeles.

The Director and Players for Crips and Bloods: Made in America (2008) 1080p

[Director]Stacy Peralta
[Role:]Jim Brown
[Role:]Forest Whitaker
[Role:]Kershaun Scott
[Role:]Tony Muhammad

The Reviews for Crips and Bloods: Made in America (2008) 1080p

Amazing documentary, don't get why people have criticized it...Reviewed bycdowning423Vote: 9/10

I would like to start right off by saying that those of you who have criticized this film for being one sided propaganda, flashy, too much like a music video, exaggerated, etc. etc. have no idea what you are talking about

For the past 10 years I have worked as a bartender in nightclubs in the LA area. I got to know a lot of people from South Central LA, including a lot of gangsters and gang bangers, both black and Hispanic, and I have a few friends that live in that area. Unless you have been there yourself, you do not know anything about South Central. It is a no man's land, miles of run down houses and buildings, blocks of empty lots, liquor stores and pawn shops, as the film indicates. The schools are in shambles, with over crowding, no music, no art. There are no parks, no museums, no nothing. You try living like that.

A few weeks ago, I found a stray dog there on the corner and I took it home, a week later there was a gang shooting on the same corner, A 19 year old had been shot and killed with an AK47.

I used to think people were exaggerating, but clearly I was wrong. We're all a product of our surroundings, and this truly is a kill or be killed environment, and it's not just the gang bangers that own guns.

I do not condone their behavior, but I have to say that most of the guys I have met, were good guys that ended up in a terrible way of life. And don't forget most of them got involved in gangs when they just kids, usually about 10 years old. So it's easy to see how they can get caught up in this violent, oppressive, hopeless, maze, that our society doesn't care about. Add to that any personal challenges such as a dysfunctional home, low self esteem, addiction, etc. etc and you have a recipe for disaster. Oh, and let's not forget about how many guns and assault rifles are on the street, thanks to the NRA.

Also, I saw this film on PBS which is a network known for quality programming, so I highly doubt they would have aired it if it were not an authentic documentary. I also doubt Forrest Whitaker would have narrated it, and he is from there, he would know.

Again I don't think the gang thing is OK, but this problem did not come out of a vacuum, and that's the point of the film, that there are events and circumstances that have created this problem.

Growing up I faced a lot of challenges, a crazy family, problems with drugs and alcohol, depression, low self esteem, and I am a white female who lived in a nice neighborhood. I cannot imagine adding to it all of the above, I think it would have pushed me over the edge.

This film is the real deal no matter what the critics say.

"Turn left or die!"Reviewed bydoug_park2001Vote: 9/10

A truly eye-opening documentary. Like many others, I'm sure, I've always tended to immediately think "bad guys" whenever the terms "Crips," "Bloods," or "gangs" in general comes up. While it does not try to convince us that these L.A. gangs are actually a force of good or anything like that, this film changed my perspective in many ways. No matter how much your background differs for theirs, CBMA makes it difficult not to empathize with the gangs and, to a significant extent, understand their goals and reasons for being. It includes some really provocative examination of the particularly horrible brand of de facto segregation that existed in L.A. throughout the 1900s, something that still lingers on today. Arresting footage of the Watts Riots of 1965 as well as the riots that followed the Rodney King verdict in 1992. Intelligent but easy to follow interviews with a number of current gang members, former members who now work in intervention, and several professors of sociology and related subjects. While the focus is on L.A., it's all very relevant to anywhere else in this country.

probably the first blood and crip docu that didn't glorify gangsReviewed bygrewelgrewelVote: 10/10

i just received this DVD as an ebay purchase a couple days ago, im a huge documentary fan and i have seen many other blood and crip documentaries but this one is unique.

bloods and crips made in America sets itself apart from other similar documentaries where their sole intention is mostly to entertain us and glorify gangs, but this documentary really gets deep within the world of LA gangs and reveals that their all humans and gives some explanation to their story to oppose the common belief of many people that LA gang members are all evil, many of them are truly just victims of their circumstances which to many people can make them seem evil, which many gang members are not (though i am sure some are just bad people).

hard to sum up the whole experience of this movie, but basically it shows the human side of things, there is a lot of reasonable arguments and perspectives definitely worth listening to and it definitely helped open my eyes to the dungeon many of those young people are born into, the seemingly endless cycle of poor circumstances in a deep ditch that is the los angeles ghettos.

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