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Dope

Life changes for Malcolm a high-school senior after his encounter with a drug dealer lands him and his company at his night club; but unfortunately everything turns violent.
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Washington Free Beacon
July 14, 2016 Moore is fantastic as Malcolm, bringing just the right kind of dorky fidgetiness to the role.
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Cinemixtape
April 09, 2016 A shooting star of a film that comes dangerously close to succumbing its own scatterbrained screenplay.
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ReelViews
June 19, 2015 The film's ability to confound expectations while delivering some big laughs may be its most crowd-pleasing characteristic but the anti-stereotype message rings clear as a bell throughout.
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Detroit News
June 19, 2015 When so many black movie characters are simple stereotypes, it's a pleasure to see a film with real wit about the benefits and pitfalls of playing to and against those expectations.
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Globe and Mail
June 19, 2015 Even as Famuyiwa acknowledges the preconceptions that Malcolm's blackness engenders, he invites audiences to identify with the character on the basis of his relatable interests, aspirations and vulnerabilities.
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Baltimore Magazine
June 10, 2016 It's kind of facile and kind of corny, but I don't know... kind of important, too.
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Slate
June 19, 2015 Dope's biggest strength lies in its affectionate and honest portrait of a different kind of young urban blackness than we're used to seeing on movie screens.
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Chicago Reader
June 25, 2015 The movie is overly ambitious but never dull, and the ensemble cast is fun to watch.
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RogerEbert.com
June 19, 2015 The film feels off-kilter more often than not, though it isn't without its inspired, successful moments.
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Caimán Cuadernos de Cine
June 02, 2016 Shot lightly and edited to the rhythm of rap music, Dope is a really fun movie that works despite the unnecessary moral message. [Full review in Spanish]
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Shadow and Act
April 12, 2017 What I love most about Dope is director Famuyiwa's confidence in his audience.
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