There's been some talk of this film in previous threads, but this clever urban anthology from 1995 has never had its own thread. It deserves one. I had a blast with this one, definitely the morality play answer to all the south central flicks that were all the rage back in the day. The film topically covers a number of hot button issues at the time, like Rodney King style police brutality, blacks-killing-blacks gangster life, domestic abuse, racism in politics and drug culture. Each of the four segments had its own spin, so while this is ultimately a "message movie", it did it in a way that was entertaining and but never repetitive or preachy. There needs to be more cautionary tales like this one. Great anthology flick. It has long been out of print on DVD, but thankfully right now there's a version on Netflix instant that's worth the watch. It's only standard def full screen, but at least it's open matte. Any Crazy K fans in the hizzouse?