Four foster brothers return to their childhood home in Detroit when the elderly woman who saved them from the streets is murdered in a botched robbery. As they get to know each other again, they begin to suspect there’s been a cover-up and set out to wreak vengeance on the perps themselves.
Heavy-handed in places and bad news for the Detroit Tourist Commission, this is still a slick, fun ensemble piece and a step back in the right direction for Singleton.
Reviewed by Nick de Semlyen
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