RICH REVIEWS: City of Vultures 4

Title: City of Vultures 4
Produced by: Breaking Glass Pictures

Summary: “City of Vultures 4” delves into the complexities of the criminal mind, exploring themes of power, loyalty, and redemption. As G navigates the treacherous world of prison and the legal system, he grapples with the choices he made that led him down this destructive path. With his fate hanging in the balance, G must confront his inner demons and ultimately decide what truly matters to him.
This intense and suspenseful crime thriller takes viewers on a rollercoaster ride through the gritty underbelly of the city, offering a thought-provoking exploration of the consequences of a life steeped in crime and the pursuit of power.

Directed by: Marcus Carothers
Written by: Marcus Carothers

Zamien ‘Az-Is’ Shearer … Juice
Kenneth Allen  … Robber 2
Kenneth Arnette … Rodey
David Bianco … Agent Kostner
Larry Biela … Police Officer
Malia Blumenberg … Shayla
Bobby Bozek … George Fowler
Marcus Carothers … G
Mateo Copeland … Kid Hustler
Levi Crawford … Tony
Javier Cruzz … Big D
Cooper D’Angelo … Vulture
Marcus Davidson … Poe

Produced by:
Keandre Battle … co-producer
Marcus Carothers … executive producer
Michael Conroy … executive producer
Michael Conroy … executive producer
Susan Helfrich … executive producer
Richard Wolff … executive producer

Run Time: 1 hr, 13 min
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
Comments: The musical score starts this movie off accentuating the fast-paced action. Lots of swearing in this so it is a mature movie.
The city is full of crime and yes drugs. We do get a look at how things operate from both the police and the criminals. The presentation is done more down to earth, and more realistic. Being a criminal is dangerous. The scenes have an intensity to them that makes you believe this is real.
The characters need to be focused on more. The more you know about them the more you will care what happens to them. Even just mentioning their names a few times so you remember them.
Having one man in jail remembering what happened to get him in jail does work in the way it is presented here.
Lots of realistic shootings not at all like most movies. No glamorizing it. At times though the movie drags on. There needs to be more of a solid storyline. There is some emotion at the end. Over all, there is not much of a storyline.
The characters do have acting talent but a better script was needed with more direction on where this movie was going.
You will find many handsome men and beautiful women in this.
The drug part of the movie does not get into how bad it is for a person to use them. The movie focuses a little on the violence on the streets with common street thugs. Yet again though it does not draw you into what is going on and get you involved emotionally with anything.
The prison scenes are just G lying in bed contemplating his life. He seems relaxed and at peace. He seems to have accepted his fate.

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