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    Dead Presidents

    The film chronicles the life of Anthony Curtis, focusing on his teenage years as a high school graduate and his experiences during the Vietnam War. As he returns home, he has to adjust to life after the war while trying to support his family, but the chance of a better life may involve crime and bloodshed.
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  • Actors of "Dead Presidents"

  • Characters of "Dead Presidents"

    Anthony Curtis. Character of Dead Presidents
    Played by: Larenz Tate
    Kirby. Character of Dead Presidents
    Played by: Keith David
    Skip. Character of Dead Presidents
    Played by: Chris Tucker
    Jose. Character of Dead Presidents
    Juanita Benson. Character of Dead Presidents
    Played by: Rose Jackson
    Delilah Benson. Character of Dead Presidents
    Played by: N'Bushe Wright
    Mrs. Curtis. Character of Dead Presidents
    Played by: Jenifer Lewis
  • Directors of "Dead Presidents"

    Albert Hughes. Director of Dead Presidents
    Albert Hughes
    Birthdate: 1 April 1972, Detroit, Michigan, USA
    Allen Hughes. Director of Dead Presidents
    Allen Hughes
    Birthdate: 1 April 1972, Detroit, Michigan, USA
  • Creators of "Dead Presidents"

    Allen Hughes. Director of Dead Presidents
    Allen Hughes
    Birthdate: 1 April 1972, Detroit, Michigan, USA
    Albert Hughes. Director of Dead Presidents
    Albert Hughes
    Birthdate: 1 April 1972, Detroit, Michigan, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Dead Presidents"

    Variety
    March 26, 2009

    Dead Presidents may eventually box itself into a narrative dead end, but its muscular engagement of weighty themes and explosive situations makes it a powerful drama.

    Time Out
    January 26, 2006

    There are intriguing aspects to this yarn, and the brothers can choreograph a scene, but you get the impression that they learned all they know from other movies, the blood and guts is gratuitous...

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    Like those overreaching sophomore term papers we can all laugh at now, this disappointing film may free the Hughes brothers to move on to fresher, more inspired work.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    June 18, 2002

    It's an overly ambitious effort that strains to work as a coming-of-age drama, a 1960s period piece and a searing comment on the way African American GIs went largely unappreciated for their war efforts.

    Rolling Stone
    May 12, 2001

    What emerges is an uneasy blend of didacticism and juiced-up bloodletting (the brothers don't know when to stop with the exploding squibs) that bury the film's message and its good intentions.

    Los Angeles Times
    February 13, 2001

    Made with fluid skill and a passion for storytelling, its tale of how the Vietnam War and American society affect a black Marine remains accessible while confounding expectations.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    January 31, 2009

    The intense and excessive climactic set piece caper scene is the only true highlight in a superficial film.

    Film Threat
    July 10, 2007

    Platoon lite with a bitter ending that doesn't work in its favor...

    EmanuelLevy.Com
    June 20, 2006

    Significant as both history and film art, this gloomy tale has no "convenient" villains and refuses to indulge in stereotypes, instead focusing on larger forces, such as racism and political apathy.

    TheMovieReport.com
    January 13, 2004

    Excellent performances, a great soundtrack, and the Hughes' technical virtuosity make it worth a look.

    rec.arts.movies.reviews
    September 23, 2003

    Talent of Hughes brothers deserves viewer's attention even when their results don't meet such high standards.

    Boxoffice Magazine
    June 05, 2002

    Unfortunately, the filmmakers were overzealous in trying to cover a variety of issues, leaving the story choppy and without resolution in places.

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