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      Sollers Point

      R Released May 11, 2018 1h 41m Drama TRAILER for Sollers Point: Trailer 1 List Sollers Point: Trailer 1 Sollers Point: Trailer 1 2:26 View more videos
      85% Tomatometer 27 Reviews 58% Audience Score 100+ Ratings Keith is a 24-year-old drug dealer who is newly released from prison and living with his father under house arrest in Baltimore. He struggles to re-establish himself in a community scarred by unemployment, neglect and segregation. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Scott Marks San Diego Reader Jim Belushi is superb in the small role of Keith's father, a man admired and respected by everyone but the one individual he loves more than all the others combined. Rated: 3/5 Jun 1, 2018 Full Review Rex Reed Observer The screenplay is naturalistic and the lead actor holds attention, but the film is too long and inconsequential to make much of a lasting impact as Keith meanders through his daily routines. Rated: 2/4 May 25, 2018 Full Review Robert Abele Los Angeles Times With "Sollers Point," [Porterfield has] added just enough narrative momentum to make that well-trod subset of crime sagas - the struggle to go straight - feel fresh again. May 25, 2018 Full Review Dennis Schwartz Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews A despairing slice-of-life drama set in the blue-collar suburb of Baltimore. Rated: B Jan 20, 2019 Full Review Tomas Trussow The Lonely Film Critic What is striking is that, the more the action is delineated, the sadder the film becomes, because none of it is good for Keith. Anything remotely eventful only drives him further and further backwards. Rated: 3.5/5 Dec 23, 2018 Full Review Joe Friar The Victoria Advocate We engage with the characters but don't necessarily align ourselves with any of them. We observe in a non-judgmental fashion. Rated: 3/4 Oct 30, 2018 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Michael G It was engaging but the opposite of uplifting. Probably what the director wanted. I didn't feel much sympathy for the central character. He was totally self centered and had no understanding that decisions and actions have consequences. Almost pathological in nature. At the end of the film you are left with two possibilities - he'll end up back in prison or he'll meet an early death. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 06/04/24 Full Review dan b acting was ok but there was no plot ended the same way it began, nowhere Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member I enjoyed what i watched, and it was a well acted and interesting story, but there was simply no ending. the movie built up all these potentially dynamic character interactions and then just rolled the credits at the climax without giving us any closure. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/14/23 Full Review c v This is what it's like if you come from where I come from - even though I've seen no parts of the DMV: A constant struggle of being who you are and ultimately want to be while you are surrounded with limited opportunity and bottom-feeders that want to pull you back down. Naturally, self-destructive responses are a safe bet and I can only be glad that my leash was as tight as it was in my formative years so when faced with similar issues as the protagonisr, my responses were different. "Point" is a film that puts the failure of the penal system under a lens and the gross failures of a generation that ushered in Y and ultimately failed us and left us to the streets & media, regardless of what class or ethnicity you originate from. Situations like this occur, self destruction is only the logical next step. And as a signature "Sollers Point" exposes the recipe for repeat offenders in a world that would rather coddle than give a leg up to help a young man stand on his own two. - audiomack.com /cvrthebard Rated 5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member I cant believe how bad it is Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/18/23 Full Review dax h An empty movie. The guy seemed like a teenager. Could've had a teenager tell me about their day and it would've been more interesting. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis Keith is a 24-year-old drug dealer who is newly released from prison and living with his father under house arrest in Baltimore. He struggles to re-establish himself in a community scarred by unemployment, neglect and segregation.
      Director
      Matt Porterfield
      Producer
      Ryan Zacarias, Jordan Mintzer, Gabrielle Dumon, Alexandra Byer
      Screenwriter
      Matt Porterfield, Amy Belk
      Distributor
      Oscilloscope Laboratories
      Production Co
      Le Bureau
      Rating
      R (Some Sexual Material|Pervasive Language|Drug Content)
      Genre
      Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      May 11, 2018, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Jul 10, 2018
      Box Office (Gross USA)
      $29.4K
      Runtime
      1h 41m
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