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Austin Chronicle
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March 10, 2003

Curtis Mayfield's sizzling score may be the most enduringly superfly aspect of this blaxploitation classic.
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Filmcritic.com

June 15, 2004

Drug dealer, big score, wants to get out of the biz. Yawn.
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Hollywood Reporter

February 05, 2004

Super Fly, one of the most significant blaxploitation films ever made, is as fascinatingly entertaining as it is ethically wrongheaded.
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Countingdown.com

August 09, 2002

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.
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Chicago Reader
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January 01, 2000

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.
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June 08, 2006

Probably the best film of the blaxploitation experience.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

One of the most successful of the early '70s blaxploitation cycle.
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Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)

February 02, 2004

O'Neal functioned as a suave but deadly post-Poitier antihero for an increasingly militant urban audience...
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LarsenOnFilm
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October 26, 2012

...about the dead-end despair of ghetto life, where the false independence of a criminal enterprise is really just another form of enslavement.
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Film4
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May 24, 2003

The likes of 'Pusherman' and 'Freddie's Dead' provide the film with heart and depth that would otherwise be absent.
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New York Times

May 09, 2005

A very good movie.
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March 13, 2007

The moral ambiguity of the film may disturb some viewers, but the film smacks of realistic grit throughout.
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