Latest Movies and TV Shows With Lloyd Avery II
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1. Shot (II) (2001)
R | 98 min | Action, Crime
He thought he knew what life was about. He was dead wrong. Rob's an ambitious photographer trying to boost his career. He attempts to document life in the 'hood and hooks up with a gang, ... See full summary »
2. Lockdown (2000)
R | 105 min | Drama, Thriller
Avery (Jones) returns to college as a competitive swimmer after getting his life back on track. But his life takes another unexpected turn when he and his two friends (Bonds, Casseus) are wrongly accused of murder and end up in prison.
Votes: 2,303 | Gross: $0.45M
3. The Breaks (1999)
R | 86 min | Comedy
Funny hood movie about a white boy from Ireland who was adopted by a loving, helpful and supportive black family and then was brought up in the predominant black neighborhood and he was the... See full summary »
R | 89 min | Comedy, Crime
A parody of several U.S. films about being in the 'Hood', for instance "Boyz n the Hood", "South Central", "Menace II Society", "Higher Learning" and "Juice".
Votes: 44,661 | Gross: $20.11M
5. Poetic Justice (1993)
R | 109 min | Drama, Romance
In this film, we see the world through the eyes of main character Justice, a young African-American poet. A mail carrier invites a few friends along for a long overnight delivery run.
Votes: 11,257 | Gross: $27.52M
Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989–1993)
Not Rated | Comedy, Drama, Family
Mrs. Howser reunites with her old college boyfriend, Wally "Howlin Wolf" Goldstein, which worries Doogie when it appears that they might reconnect.
7. Boyz n the Hood (1991)
R | 112 min | Crime, Drama
Follows the lives of three young males living in the Crenshaw ghetto of Los Angeles, dissecting questions of race, relationships, violence and future prospects.
Votes: 112,639 | Gross: $57.50M
8. Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989–1993)
Not Rated | 30 min | Comedy, Drama, Family
A teenage genius deals with the usual problems of growing up, on top of being a licensed physician in a difficult residency program.