Top Ghetto Movies of All Time pt. 2
Check out the of the top ghetto movies of all time, which shows a number of classics, everybody’s favorite, and a few unknown and underrated films.
Boyz N Da Hood, one of the best ghetto movies of all time is about three separate lives with only two different outcomes from growing up in South Central.
Colors, one of the most impactful ghetto movies of all time is about two police working in South Central’s gang infested communities.
King of New York, one of the most underrated ghetto movies is about one man controlled the vast majority of New York from the streets and drug trade to the politics.
Hustle & Flow, a pimp trying to make it being a rapper in the city of Memphis.
Ghost Dog, starring Forest Whitaker, is about black guy who is well respected and well trained in the Samurai and has become a hired hitman for the mob until they become enemies.
Shottas, a movie based on a top and successful Jamaican drug crew
Above The Rim, where the streets and basketball starring the late 2 Pac.
American Me, a movie about the start and the beginning of the notorious Mexican Mafia.
New Jersey Drive, a movie based on a group kids known locally for stealing cars and getting in trouble.
Stand and Deliver, based on a teacher who is trying to make a change in notorious East Los Angeles high school.
South Central, based on a stroy of man from South Central that went to prison for his gang to come to find out the his son has joined the gang himself.
Set It Off, a group of girls go from rags to riches through robbing banks.