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Priest, a suave top-rung New York City drug dealer, decides that he wants to get out of his dangerous trade. One day he makes a proposal to his partner, they take their 300,000-dollar savings, buy 30 kilos of cocaine, then get profits from it, which allows them to get out of the business for good.
O'Neal functioned as a suave but deadly post-Poitier antihero for an increasingly militant urban audience...
February 02, 2004
Drug dealer, big score, wants to get out of the biz. Yawn.
June 15, 2004
Classic blaxlpoitation film is still one of the best to come out of the genre. O'Neal gives a fine (but always funky) performance in one of the last movies before the genre ate itself and became self-parody. Terrific soudtrack.
August 09, 2002
Curtis Mayfield's sizzling score may be the most enduringly superfly aspect of this blaxploitation classic.
Super Fly, one of the most significant blaxploitation films ever made, is as fascinatingly entertaining as it is ethically wrongheaded.
February 05, 2004
Gordon Parks Jr. was one of the greatest casualties of the collapse of blaxploitation cinema, a director with a distinctive, tightly packed visual style nd a remarkably bitter vision for this supposedly escapist genre.