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Boyz n the Hood

Theatrical release poster
Directed by John Singleton
Produced by Steven Nicolaides
Written by John Singleton
Starring Cuba Gooding Jr.
Ice Cube
Morris Chestnut
Laurence Fishburne
Distributed by Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment
Release date(s) July 12, 1991
Running time 102 min.
Language English
Budget $6,000,000
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Boyz n the Hood is an Oscar-nominated 1991 film directed by John Singleton. Starring Cuba Gooding Jr., Ice Cube, Laurence Fishburne, Angela Bassett, Regina King, Nia Long, and Morris Chestnut, the film depicts life in crime-ridden South Central (now South) Los Angeles, California, and was filmed and released shortly before the 1992 Los Angeles Riots. It was nominated for both Best Director and Original Screenplay during the 1991 Academy Awards, making John Singleton the youngest person ever nominated for Best Director and the first (and only) African-American to be nominated for the award. This article is about film. ... Boyz n da Hood is an American Southern hardcore rap quartet from Griffin, Georgia. ... Image File history File links Emblem-important. ... Image File history File links Broom_icon. ... Image File history File links Size of this preview: 405 × 600 pixelsFull resolution (510 × 755 pixel, file size: 79 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) This image is of a poster, and the copyright for it is most likely owned by either the publisher or the creator of the work depicted. ... John Daniel Singleton (born January 6, 1968 in Los Angeles, California) is an American film director, producer, and screenwriter. ... John Daniel Singleton (born January 6, 1968 in Los Angeles, California) is an American film director, producer, and screenwriter. ... Cuba Gooding Jr. ... OShea Jackson (born June 15, 1969) better known by his stage name, Ice Cube, is an American rapper, actor and film director. ... Morris L. Chestnut (born January 1, 1969) is an American film and television actor. ... Laurence John Fishburne III[1] (born July 30, 1961) is an American Academy Award-nominated, Emmy- and Tony Award-winning actor of screen and stage, as well as playwright, director, and producer. ... The Columbia Pictures logo from 1993 to the present Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... is the 193rd day of the year (194th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1991 (MCMXCI) was a common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the 1991 Gregorian calendar). ... ISO 4217 Code USD User(s) the United States, the British Indian Ocean Territory,[1] the British Virgin Islands, East Timor, Ecuador, El Salvador, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Panama, Turks and Caicos Islands, and the insular areas of the United States Inflation 2. ... Although he never won an Oscar for any of his movie performances, the comedian Bob Hope received two honorary Oscars for his contributions to cinema. ... “Moving picture” redirects here. ... The film director, on the right, gives last minute direction to the cast and crew, whilst filming a costume drama on location in London. ... John Daniel Singleton (born January 6, 1968 in Los Angeles, California) is an American film director, producer, and screenwriter. ... Cuba Gooding Jr. ... OShea Jackson (born June 15, 1969) better known by his stage name, Ice Cube, is an American rapper, actor and film director. ... Laurence John Fishburne III[1] (born July 30, 1961) is an American Academy Award-nominated, Emmy- and Tony Award-winning actor of screen and stage, as well as playwright, director, and producer. ... Bassett and husband Courtney Vance Angela Evelyn Bassett (born August 16, 1958) is an Emmy and Academy Award-nominated, and Golden Globe winning American actor who has built her career with biographical film roles portraying women in American culture. ... Regina King (born January 15, 1971 in Los Angeles, California) is an American film and television actress. ... Nia Long (born Nitara Carlynn Long on October 30, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American actress. ... Morris L. Chestnut (born January 1, 1969) is an American film and television actor. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Los Angeles and L.A. redirect here. ... For other uses, see Los Angeles riots (disambiguation). ... The Academy Award for Directing is one of the awards given to directors working in the motion picture industry by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. ... // The Academy Award for Writing Original Screenplay is the Academy Award for the best script not based upon previously published material. ... Academy Award The Academy Awards, popularly known as the Oscars, are the most prominent and most watched film awards ceremony in the world. ...


In 2002, the United States Library of Congress deemed the film "culturally significant" and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry.[1] This film ranked number eight on Entertainment Weekly's list of the Fifty Best High School Movies. Construction of the Thomas Jefferson Building, from July 8, 1888 to May 15, 1894. ... The National Film Registry is the registry of films selected by the United States National Film Preservation Board for preservation in the Library of Congress. ... Entertainment Weekly (sometimes abbreviated EW) is a magazine published by Time Inc. ...


The film's title is taken from the name of an N.W.A. song, "Boyz-n-the-Hood". This article is about film. ...

Contents

Cast

Laurence John Fishburne III[1] (born July 30, 1961) is an American Academy Award-nominated, Emmy- and Tony Award-winning actor of screen and stage, as well as playwright, director, and producer. ... Cuba Gooding Jr. ... OShea Jackson (born June 15, 1969) better known by his stage name, Ice Cube, is an American rapper, actor and film director. ... Darin Doughboy Baker (1974-1991) or simply Doughboy is a fictional character from the 1991 film Boyz N the Hood. ... Morris L. Chestnut (born January 1, 1969) is an American film and television actor. ... Nia Long (born Nitara Carlynn Long on October 30, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American actress. ... Bassett and husband Courtney Vance Angela Evelyn Bassett (born August 16, 1958) is an Emmy and Academy Award-nominated, and Golden Globe winning American actor who has built her career with biographical film roles portraying women in American culture. ... Tyra Ferrell is an African-American actress. ... Dedrick D. Gobert (born Dedrick Dwayne Fontenot on November 25, 1971 in Louisiana, USA) most noteably remembered for his supporting role, playing Dooky, in the 1991 film Boyz N the Hood, directed by African American film director John Singleton. ... Regina King (born January 15, 1971 in Los Angeles, California) is an American film and television actress. ... Lexie Bigham (born August 4, 1968 in Chicago, Illinois, USA) was an African-American film and television actor. ...

Plot summary

The story then begins in 1984 with 10-year-old Tre Styles and three other youths heading to school, during which they come across a crime scene. At school, Tre misbehaves and receives a three-day suspension after fighting with a classmate.In a phone conversation Tre's mother, Reva (Angela Bassett), seems angry at the white schoolteacher on the telephone yet is also tired of Tre's disobedience. She decides to send him to the Crenshaw neighborhood of Los Angeles, where his father, Jason "Furious" Styles (Laurence Fishburne) lives. Furious instructs him on his household responsibilities, which include cleaning and taking care of the house. Although these tasks seem unfair and harsh, Furious explains that learning responsibility will make Tre a man and keep him from ending up dead or in jail. During his first night in his new home, Tre has his first experience with gunfire. Bassett and husband Courtney Vance Angela Evelyn Bassett (born August 16, 1958) is an Emmy and Academy Award-nominated, and Golden Globe winning American actor who has built her career with biographical film roles portraying women in American culture. ... Crenshaw Boulevard exit sign on the Santa Monica Freeway. ... Laurence John Fishburne III[1] (born July 30, 1961) is an American Academy Award-nominated, Emmy- and Tony Award-winning actor of screen and stage, as well as playwright, director, and producer. ...


The next day Tre meets up with three old friends, brothers Ricky and Darin (nicknamed Doughboy) from across the street and a boy named Chris (nicknamed Lil' Chris). Doughboy and Ricky are half brothers from two different fathers; they live with their unmarried mother in a small house. Ricky is naive and trusting, Doughboy aggressive and street smart. The boys walk along train tracks to the site of a dead body, they are then harassed by a gang of teenagers who steal Ricky's football. Doughboy picks a fight with an older, stronger boy (Vonte Sweet); he ends up getting backhanded in the face and kicked in the stomach. The ball is returned to Ricky through the philanthropic actions of another older boy, a rare act of kindness between strangers in the film. Darin Doughboy Baker (1974-1991) or simply Doughboy is a fictional character from the 1991 film Boyz N the Hood. ...


Furious, who appears to be the only father present in the neighborhood, takes Tre on a fishing trip, where he warns him about unprotected sex and instructs him to use condoms. The pair then returns to Crenshaw, where a handcuffed Doughboy and Chris, who himself was not handcuffed, are being led by police officers into a squad car — they’ve been caught stealing, and are ostensibly headed to juvenile hall.


The story jumps ahead seven years. A party is in full swing at the Baker home, Doughboy (now played by Ice Cube) has just been released from prison, he sits at a table playing dominos with his friends, Chris (now confined in a wheelchair), Dookie, and Monster. Ricky (Morris Chestnut) mans the grill and holds his newborn baby son — Ricky's girlfriend and son live at home with him and his mother Brenda (Tyra Ferrell). Tre (Cuba Gooding Jr.) arrives at the party and is greeted by Brenda, who asks him to try to pass some of his responsible behavior to Doughboy. We learn that Tre holds a steady job and has stayed away from pushing drugs. Tre tries to talk to his girlfriend Brandi (Nia Long) but he becomes nervous and she leaves in a huff. OShea Jackson (born June 15, 1969) better known by his stage name, Ice Cube, is an American rapper, actor and film director. ... Morris L. Chestnut (born January 1, 1969) is an American film and television actor. ... Cuba Gooding Jr. ... Nia Long (born Nitara Carlynn Long on October 30, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American actress. ...


Furious and Tre then have another conversation about sex; this time Tre boasts he had unprotected sex with a girl while her mother was at church. The story is pure fantasy, Tre is still a virgin, but Furious does not know this; far from being impressed he berates his son for not using protection. A montage of scenes follows where we learn more about each of the main characters. Ricky is a star running back for Crenshaw High and hopes to earn a full ride to college; Doughboy, a highschool dropout, spends most of his time hanging around the neighborhood drinking and dealing drugs; Tre hopes to attend college on academics as does Brandi, whose sexual abstinence is part of her Catholic faith.


A college recruiter from USC visits Ricky one night for an interview; Brenda kicks Doughboy and his friends out onto the porch where they discuss first college, then girls. Meanwhile, the recruiter promises Ricky a berth at USC if he earns a minimum SAT score of 700. The Trojan Shrine, better known as Tommy Trojan located in the center of University of Southern California campus. ...


Ricky struggles during the test, looking often at Tre for help, and seems unsure of passing. Later that day, Furious tells the boys that the English section of the test is culturally biased and only the math is fair (later on in the film we see Ricky’s test results — he scores 110 points higher on the math to highlight this point.) Furious drives the boys to Compton and lectures them and a group of Compton citizens on gentrification, explaining how violence and drug use divide the black community by decreasing property values, allowing real estate companies to buy the land cheaply from black residents and sell it at a profit to developers. The influx of white investment money raises property values and taxes, pushing out the remaining old residents in the process. Furious tells the crowd that the rest of the nation will not help the urban poor because they are not personally affected by the violence -- the blacks must themselves end the cycle of murder and violence plaguing the neighborhoods. Nickname: Location of Compton in Los Angeles County, California County Los Angeles County Government  - Mayor Eric Perrodin Area  - City 26. ... The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ...


That night while hanging out on Chrenshaw Blvd., Ricky is provoked by Ferris, a local gang leader, Doughboy pulls out his pistol to defend his brother and the scene degenerates into gunfire, though nobody is hurt. While speeding away from the scene, Tre and Ricky are pulled over by the LAPD. One officer is the same officer who had responded to Furious's emergency burglary call seven years earlier. He is a hateful African-American cop who, fully enjoying the power his badge allows him, shoves a gun in Tre's face and asks him what he will do about it. On the verge of tears Tre arrives late to Brandi's house; later that night they lose their virginity together. The Los Angeles Police Department (usually known as the LAPD) is the police department of the City of Los Angeles, California. ...


The next day, Ricky, annoyed when his girlfriend tells him to go get a box of cornmeal, provokes a fight with Doughboy. Brenda rushes to Ricky's aid while neglecting Doughboy, even slapping him, further amplifying that she values Ricky and his impending scholarship more than Doughboy. (At this time, unknown to the viewer, Ricky's SAT scores are delivered.) Most viewers see Doughboy more sympathetically by this point in the film; he seems well read from his stay in prison (although he voices his ideas using curse words and street tongue) and only acts the way he does both because he has been neglected and to stand up for his brother and himself against the harsh realities of urban life. Ricky and Tre head to the grocery store, but on the way back are spotted by Ferris and his gang. In an attempt to escape Ricky and Tre split up. As Ferris and his crew drives around to catch the two they spot Ricky alone walking towards them with his head down. After walking towards the car not paying attention Ricky then tries to run in the opposite direction. A man rolls down the window and shoots at Ricky, hitting in the leg and abdomen, killing him. He dies in Tre's arms while Doughboy, Monster, Chris and Dookie arrive at the scene only to find out that Ricky is dead. His body is taken home by Doughboy and his crew. Brenda immediately blames Doughboy, who tries to comfort her but is rebuffed (he also tries to remove Ricky's son, who is also Doughboy's nephew, from the room where his father lies dead, with Ricky's girlfriend refusing to give the baby to Doughboy). Later on that night Brenda sobs over Ricky's test results, he earned a 710, just enough to qualify for the scholarship.


Doughboy, Dooky, Monster, and Tre vow revenge on the enemy gang; Furious finds Tre holding his .357 Magnum pistol, seemingly ready to go shoot someone. He convinces Tre to put the weapon down but Tre escapes out his bedroom window to join Doughboy and the gang as they search for the killers in Doughboy's low-rider. That night Tre decides to part ways with the gang, he gets out of the car. Doughboy accepts Tre's decision quietly, as if he expects it. Later that night the gang finds Ricky's murderers and Monster guns them down drive-by style with an AK-47 in an empty parking lot. Doughboy shoots one of the injured gang members in the back, killing him. As a wounded Ferris begs for his life and screams that he wasn't personally responsible for Ricky's murder, Doughboy pauses for a moment before shooting his adversary in the head. Monster and Dookie proceed to shout at Doughboy telling him to hurry up in case police arrive.


The next day Doughboy explains to Tre that he has no hard feelings about Tre's decision to leave the car before the shooting; and that he knows he might be killed soon. Doughboy seems to have changed, realizing that his drug dealing and crime played a part in the ongoing violence in the ghetto; nevertheless, he recognizes that Ricky's death was senseless even in the context of their world. He also seems resigned to his fate and despondent about the overall situation in the neighborhood and his perception of societal indifference, stating "either they don't know, don't show, or don't care about what's goin on in the hood." Before the credits roll it is mentioned that Doughboy is murdered two weeks after Ricky's funeral, but that both Tre and Brandi go on to college, "across the way" from one another at Morehouse College and Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. Morehouse College is a private, four-year, all-male, historically black liberal arts college in Atlanta, Georgia. ... Spelman College is a four-year liberal arts womans college in Atlanta, Georgia. ... “Atlanta” redirects here. ...


Themes

One theme is the benefit of a strong father figure on young black males. As Furious tells Tre: "Any fool with a dick can make a baby, but only a real man can raise his children". Of Tre, Ricky, and Doughboy, only Tre's father is present in his everyday life (Ricky and Doughboy, though brothers, have different fathers). He leads a very different life than his two friends because of his father's guidance. His decisions, especially not to partake in the revenge of Ricky's death, happen because of the morals instilled in him.


The film also deals largely with the seemingly unstoppable violence that plagues urban life. It is set in South Central Los Angeles, where Tre's father owns a house. The neighborhood is a violent one; the sounds of shootings and patrolling helicopters are heard often and even something as common as a passing car can mean death. The police that patrol the neighborhood seem indifferent to the notion of preventing crime. Early in the film Furious frightens off a would-be thief with the pistol he keeps in a night table next to his bed. The police, arriving an hour after Furious' call, do not seem concerned about the effect of the crime on the people they are supposed to protect. Additionally, the African American officer possesses a combative personality and has a tense exchange with Furious about the proper execution of his job. (As a teenager, Tre is pulled over by the same policeman while fleeing gunfire on Crenshaw Avenue and the officer threatens him with his pistol, an act of police misconduct. This officer was based on a black officer encountered by John Singleton while growing up in South Central Los Angeles.) The officer's remarks to Tre's father at the beginning of the film (the officer wishes Furious's shot would've killed the man) show a belief that law enforcement is lazy and corrupt. Perhaps the lack of police justice is one reason for the climactic scene at the end of the film with Doughboy and Ferris. Doughboy hesitates before killing the gang leader. However, he believes that justice will not be served unless he takes matters into his own hands. South Los Angeles is the official name for a large geographic and cultural area lying to the south and southeast of downtown Los Angeles, California. ... Police misconduct refers to brutality, corruption or other objectionable actions taken by police officers in connection with their official duties. ...


Tre also grapples with the moral implications of teenage sexuality. As a young man, and due no doubt to peer pressure, it is important to lose one's virginity. Tre's girlfriend, Brandi, has strongly resisted Tre's demands to have sex with her, mostly due to her own beliefs as a Catholic. It is clear that Tre has no wish to follow the path of Ricky, who fathered a son with his own girlfriend. Additionally, Tre's father gives him a tough lecture on the responsibilities and perils of becoming sexually active after Tre tells him a fabricated story about his first instance of sexual intercourse. The conversation arose from an off-handed remark by Tre about his future children, which causes some anxiety in his father who does not want to become a grandfather in his mid-30s.


Other themes present but not covered as extensively include gentrification of poor neighborhoods, drug abuse, assault weapons, sexual promiscuity, equality in college admission, and cultural bias in standardized testing. The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ... Drug abuse has a wide range of definitions related to taking a psychoactive drug or performance enhancing drug for a non-therapeutic or non-medical effect. ... An Assault weapon is one of a wide group of weapons which some consider inappropriate for civilian ownership. ... Promiscuity is the practice of making relatively unselective, casual and indiscriminate choices. ... Standardized testing is: in theory: a tool to ensure that student knowledge and aptitude in a given subject are examined with the same criteria across different schools. ...


Reception

As of September 08 2007, Boyz n the Hood has a 100% rating on the tomatometer on RottenTomatoes.com (35 positive reviews)[2]. Rotten Tomatoes (http://www. ...


Awards

Academy Awards 1992 Academy Award The Academy Awards, popularly known as the Oscars, are the most prominent and most watched film awards ceremony in the world. ...

  • Nominee, Best Director, John Singleton
  • Nominee, Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, John Singleton

BMI Film Music Award 1992 John Daniel Singleton (born January 6, 1968 in Los Angeles, California) is an American film director, producer, and screenwriter. ...

Image Award 1993 Stanley Clarke (born 30 June 1951) is an American musician and composer known for his innovative and influential work on double bass and bass guitar as well as his numerous film and television scores. ... The NAACP Image Award is an award presented annually by the NAACP to honor the top African-Americans in film, television, music and literature. ...

  • Winner, Outstanding Motion Picture, Boyz n the Hood

MTV Movie Award 1992 The MTV Movie Awards is a film awards show presented annually on MTV. Categories Best Movie Best Male Performance Besy Female Performance Most Desirable Male Most Desirable Female Best Breakthrough Performance (Male and Female) Best On-Screen Duo Best Villain Best Comedic Performance Best Song From a Movie (Best musical...

  • Nominee, Best Movie, Boyz n the Hood
  • Winner, Best New Filmmaker, John Singleton

National Film Preservation Board, USA 2002

  • National Film Registry, Boyz n the Hood

New York Film Critics Circle Award 1991 New York Film Critics Circle Awards are given annually to honor excellence in cinema worldwide by an organization of film reviewers from New York City-based publications. ...

  • Winner, Best New Director, John Singleton

Political Film Society, USA 1992

  • Winner, PFS Award, Peace
  • Nominee, PFS Award, Exposé
  • Nominee, PFS Award, Human Rights

Writers Guild of America, USA 1992

  • Nominee, WGA Award (Screen), Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, John Singleton]

Young Artist Awards 1992

  • Winner, Young Artist Award, Outstanding Young Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture

Soundtrack

The following is the track list to the almost completely hip hop exclusive soundtrack to Boyz n the Hood. Notable tracks include "Every Single Weekend," Kam's first appearance on record and "How to Survive in South Central," an Ice Cube song that later appeared on the remastered version of Death Certificate. Hip hop music is a style of music which came into existence in the United States during the mid-1970s, and became a large part of modern pop culture during the 1980s. ... Kam is an American political rapper known primarily among hip hop fans and music critics during the 1990s. ... Death Certificate is the second solo album from rapper Ice Cube, released by Priority Records on October 29, 1991. ...

  1. "How to Survive in South Central" by Ice Cube
  2. "Jusk Ask Me Too" by Tevin Campbell & Chubb Rock
  3. "Mama Don't Take No Mess" by Yo-Yo
  4. "Growin' Up in the Hood" by Compton's Most Wanted
  5. "Just a Friendly Game of Baseball (Remix)" by Main Source
  6. "Me and You" by Tony! Toni! Toné!
  7. "Work It Out" by Monie Love
  8. "Every Single Weekend" by Kam
  9. "Too Young" by High-Five
  10. "Hangin' Out" by Two Live Crew
  11. "It's Your Life" by Too $hort
  12. "Spirit (Does Anybody Care?)" by Force One Network
  13. "Setembro (Brazilian Wedding Song)" by Quincy Jones
  14. "Black on Black Crime" by Stanley Clarke

OShea Jackson (born June 15, 1969) better known by his stage name, Ice Cube, is an American rapper, actor and film director. ... Tevin Jermod Campbell (born November 12, 1976 in Dallas, Texas) is an American R&B singer-songwriter. ... Chubb Rock Chubb Rock (born Richard Simpson on May 28, 1968 in Jamaica) is rapper who released several commercially successful hip hop albums circa 1990. ... Cover from the You Better Ask Somebody album. ... Comptons Most Wanted is a gangsta rap group still performing today on independent lables. ... Main Source was an innovative, acclaimed Toronto and New York-based hip hop group comprised of Toronto natives Sir Scratch, K-Cut, and Queens native Large Professor. ... Tony! Toni! Toné! was an R&B group from Oakland, California popular during the late 1980s and early to mid 1990s. ... Monie Love (born Simone Wilson on July 2, 1970 in London) is an English rapper and the sister of techno musician Dave Angel. ... Kam is an American political rapper known primarily among hip hop fans and music critics during the 1990s. ... 2 Live Crew is a rap group. ... Todd Anthony Shaw (born April 28, 1966) in South Central Los Angeles, known by stage name Too $hort, is a rapper who started his career as a youth at the age of 17 Oakland, California. ... This article is about the producer and songwriter. ... Stanley Clarke (born 30 June 1951) is an American musician and composer known for his innovative and influential work on double bass and bass guitar as well as his numerous film and television scores. ...

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