This movie is the worst, and knowing I had to watch it is the main reason I fell MONTHS behind on my rewatch list. But finally, that burden is over.

There is one good (even great) scene in this whole movie, and that is when Terrance Howard gets pulled over by Cop Matt Dillon. Especially considering recent events in states like Missiouri and Washington DC involvong police brutality, this emotionally brutal moment resonates and feels the most real out of any moment in the film. And even this one good scene is ruined by how each character involved responds after.

I'm still trying to figure out what the scenes with Ludacris are trying to say. If I crack that code, I'll update this.

But glad I'm done with the film and can move on.