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Four working-class teenagers live in an Atlanta neighborhood where hip-hop music rules and the coolest place to hang out is the local rollerskating rink. They begin to plan their life after high school.
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Denton Record-Chronicle

June 12, 2006

A contradictory approach ultimately muddles the film despite some heartfelt and evocative moments about youngsters growing up on the streets of Atlanta.
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AALBC.com
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February 20, 2007

A tip of the cap to Tip Harris and Lauren London for it is their chemistry and charm which allows one to believe in their tenderhearted romance in an atmosphere where women are regarded as objects and affectionately called 'bitches' and 'hos.'
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Variety
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March 31, 2006

Warner Bros.' low-budget stab at capturing an urban niche audience is higher on stylistic dazzle than originality or coherence, making it an unlikely candidate to bust out of the box office ghetto.
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eFilmCritic.com
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June 03, 2006

The film that proves that all life's problems can be solved with a montage.
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Seattle Times
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March 31, 2006

For a run-of-the-mill hip-hop drama, ATL has some engaging hooks that set it apart from the predictable formula of urban youth struggling to steer clear of crime and pull themselves up to a better life.
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ColeSmithey.com
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April 20, 2009

Amateur camera work and conspicuous plotting reduce the film's regional sensibilities to sleep-inducing pap.
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Ebert & Roeper

April 03, 2006

Too predictable.
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DVD Clinic
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July 25, 2006

A well-meaning and good-hearted urban melodrama -- that doesn't really seem to have anything new to say.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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March 31, 2006

The film's special appeal is that while the boys are poor and black, their stories transcend race and socio-economic matters.
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Movie Metropolis
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July 20, 2006

I liked ATL for its music and for its all-around good intentions and general amiability. But....
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Toronto Star
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March 31, 2006

It's something akin to the earlier films of Spike Lee -- She's Gotta Have It and Crooklyn come to mind -- in that the characters are cherished for their human qualities, not for how well they swagger onto the screen.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

March 31, 2006

Making his feature-film debut, music-video director Chris Robinson expertly choreographs the skating sequences, which are exhilarating fun.
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