Filly Brown | reviewed by: William O'Donnell | August 24, 2013
Unlikeable characters. Confusing parallel plots. Feels twice as long as it really is. Some good acting performances hidden in the muck.
|synopsis||“Majo” Tonorio, a.k.a. Filly Brown, is a raw, young Los Angeles hip-hop artist who spits from the heart. When a sleazy record producer offers her a crack at rap stardom, Majo faces some daunting choices. With an incarcerated mother, a record contract could be the ticket out for her struggling family. But taking the deal means selling out her talent and the true friends who helped her to the cusp of success.|
|lead actors||Resmine Atis | Baby Bash | David Bianchi | Jorge Diaz | Chingo Bling | Marisol Doblado | Gina Rodriguez | Jenni Rivera | Edward James Olmos | Chrissie Fit | Lou Diamond Phillips|
|director||Youssef Delara | Michael D. Olmos|