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People Magazine
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July 01, 2013

That extraordinary cast, directed by Bill Duke, has little to do other than idle between sporadic outbursts of sadistic violence.
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TV Guide
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July 01, 2013

A Rage in Harlem is the kind of film that, every ten minutes or so, requires violent bloodshed or a sexual rendezvous to prevent audiences from becoming glassy-eyed and slack-jawed.
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Orlando Sentinel
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July 01, 2013

As the movie becomes increasingly violent and unpleasant, the characters chase around after each other in a threadbare gangster plot about a trunk of gold.
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Empire Magazine
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July 01, 2013

It's largely a cheap looking, tawdry affair, with tortuous interludes in which the humour devolves on gratuitous unpleasantness or tired old bad jokes at the expense of women.
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New Yorker

July 01, 2013

[A] flamboyant, engaging action comedy.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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August 05, 2013

It bleeds for a kind of Harlem justice, as its intense black characters act tough, nasty, sexy, twisty, heroic and lively.
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Seattle Times
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July 01, 2013

With its snazzy Elmer Bernstein score, its snappy period flavor and its all-star cast doing something completely different, A Rage in Harlem should have been much more fun than it is.
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Radio Times
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July 01, 2013

Based on Chester Himes's novel, this is a stylish, fast-moving and often humorous thriller from Deep Cover director Bill Duke.
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Los Angeles Times
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July 01, 2013

Duke and company have been true to Himes' brash, blaspheming spirit, and that is no small thing.
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Philadelphia Daily News
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July 01, 2013

Underneath the fancy trappings, however, is a disappointingly ordinary caper movie that moves far too slowly for a picture of this type.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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July 01, 2013

Jazzy and jauntily funny.
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Chicago Tribune
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July 01, 2013

Bill Duke's Harlem has the heft of an imaginatively heightened reality; it's a great place to visit.
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