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Ratings & Reviews

  1. bulgrin's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    Great police flick with ambition. Good performance.

  2. Matt Rolls's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    Surprisingly violent with some very strong performances. amazing sense of time and place. Yaphet Kotto is an incredible actor, whose career was too small.

  3. Morris Bros.'s rating of the film Across 110th Street

  4. Effendi Ben Smith-Malick's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    This was a movie where stuff happened and it was pretty boring when it was happening. The dude from "Alien" was in it but was a cop. *sigh* Not really, uh, sure what else there is to say. Floss regularly?

  5. Junda Mane's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    Was just revisiting the soundtrack over the weekend, classic funk for yo eardrums.

  6. JustinCapeTown's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    Excellent portrayal of race relations within a 70's era NY city. Love the grime and crime with the city as a major character. Much more than a blaxploitation film but in the top 3 of blaxploitation soundtracks.

  7. Max Slobodin's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    Crime picture that wholly embraces the dirt and the soot, 1970s grime in its prime. It cannot be overstated how New York City in this decade provided possibly the most sensual arena of impressionistic cinema. Rich, textured characters straight out of pulp archetypes, a score so slick you can shine your shoes on it. The vices and prejudices surrounding these dens of iniquity loom large over the grid, across 110th....

  8. Dave's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    A gritty, street-level flick that just screams 1970s - and I mean that as a compliment. I see it labeled as "one of the best blaxploitation" flicks, but it deserves better praise than that. This is just an outstanding crime drama and will now have a place well within my Top 100 for the decade.

  9. Konrad Szlendak's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    Great gritty, in-your-face gangster cinema classic from Bary Shear ("Wild In The Streets"). Tougher version of "Mean Streets" veering towards blacksploitation, but with smart social commentary. Awesome shit!

  10. Andre Rehal's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    A standard procedural crime thriller with a surprising comment on racism and police brutality, which sets it apart from other police films during this time. Also, I loved the hand held camera work.

  11. MarcH's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    My favorite sub-genre, the "New-York-Is-A-Shithole" movie. This would make a great double feature with "The French Connection."

  12. REH1101's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    Particularly stylish and raw for a trashy early 70's crime thriller. That glass to the face was hard as fuck. If there are films that beg for remakes that take artistic license, this is one of them.

  13. Reginald Healer Marcellin's rating of the film Across 110th Street

    I wouldn't categorize this along with Blaxploitation. It's just a damn good movie. Grittier than Friedkin's French Connection, with Paul Benjamin showing up Yaphet Kotto, Sidney Poitier and every other distinguished Black actor of the time