60 MINUTES SPORTS
Armen Keteyian on the dubious potential for American-style professional football leagues to tackle South Asia.
Variety: “Like something out of pulp fiction”
DVD Talk: “The film explores the violent, wealthy world of Miami’s drug trade in the late Seventies and early Eighties, providing a non-fiction glimpse at people and a milieu that gave us such timeless TV series as ‘Miami Vice’”.
Home Theater: ”This is a gripping story that although dark and violent is important to watch. It puts human faces on the drug lords that have been all too long glorified by Hollywood in films like ‘Scarface’ and television series such as ‘Miami Vice’”
New Times: ”The film begins in California, focusing on Cosby’s entry into the crack business. It’s a sharp detour from the Miami drug scene, with old photos of Cosby looking like a character from Boyz n the Hood. There’s even a demonstration of how to condense cocaine into crack on a stovetop.”