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Set It Off YTS
Set It Off YTS
1996
Action / Crime / Drama / Romance / Thriller
33
6.9/10
18K
2 hr 3 min

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Plot Summary:
Four inner-city Black women, determined to end their constant struggle, decide to live by one rule — get what you want or die trying. So the four women take back their lives and take out some banks in the process.
Director
F. Gary Gray
Top Cast
Tamara Clatterbuck as Luther’s Girlfriend

Jada Pinkett Smith as Lida ‘Stony’ Newsom

Charles Robinson as Nate Andrews

Vivica A. Fox as Francesca ‘Frankie’ Sutton


Set It Off 1996 720p.BluRay

1.03 GB
1280*720
English 2.0
R

Subtitles
23.976 fps
2 hr 3 min
Seeds 18.

Set It Off 1996 1080p.BluRay

2.1 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
R

Subtitles
23.976 fps
2 hr 3 min
Seeds 11.

Set It Off review

Reviewed by view_and_review

8 / 10

Pleasure and Pain
I remember seeing this in theater 24 years ago and I remember the emotions this film evoked. I just watched it again tonight and I had the exact same emotions.

With heist movies we always want to see the thieves get away. I don’t know if it’s because we sympathise with them because they may have a tragic backstory, or if we hate big banks/billionaire corporations, or if we are living vicariously through the thieves, but we root for the “bad guy” in heist movies. So, why should “Set it Off” be any different?

Four girlfriends from L.A.– Lena “Stony” Newsome (Jada Pinkett), Cleopatra “Cleo” Simms (Queen Latifah), Francesca “Frankie” Sutton (Vivica A. Fox), and Tisean “Tee Tee” Williams (Kimberly Elise)–were just existing in the ghetto. When three of the four women had something tragic occur in their lives they decided to rob a bank so that they could leave the ‘hood once and for all.

This movie was excellent. The protagonists were very much anti-heroines of a very atypical sort. They were Black women from the ‘hood, and one of them was even gay. They were social losers from the start, so they weren’t supposed to succeed in anything–legal or extralegal.

Sure, the tragic events that struck them were a little thick, but nothing that happened to them was unbelievable. Simply take a poll of those who live in the projects or in ghettos and you’ll find several people who can easily identify with one of the four main characters.

If I were to take exception with this movie for anything it would be the one supercop scene. That would be the bank cop who decided to jump in between Cleo, Stony, Tee, and the REAL cops. It made no earthly sense. Detective Strode (John C. McGinley) was doing a fine job talking the women into surrendering and out of nowhere Paul Blart Mall Cop dives into the picture firing shots at the women killing Tee Tee. It was the only WTF moment of the movie and it’s stench lingered for a couple of scenes.

Then “Set it Off” quickly flipped the page from that obvious plot device to give us some heart tugging tragedies that were as poetic as they were painful. I don’t know if we can say that “Set if Off” was the 90’s anthem for Black women, but it sure was a good candidate.Read More