South Central is a film that is great to talk about after watching. That revolves around the cycle and violence that is in the black community with gang violence overcoming the streets and families being left in sorrow after losing a loved one. Glenn Plummer as Bobby Johnson is a great actor in this film with him playing a likable yet sometimes unapologetic character having been in prison little did he know weeks after being let out he would be back in for 10 years. No other performance really stuck out besides Carl Lumbly as Ali who feels Bobby's struggle and wants to help guide him into making better choices and to change himself to save his son which Ali could not explaining how the cycle of violence sticks in the African american community. Bobby changes his ways and leads on a search for his son, while I loved mainly two performances in the film, Christian Coleman as Jimmie had a little bit of awkward performance but at times his acting excelled. South Central is a great film about the cycle of violence, hurt, and gangs, and what would you do to save your son is a keypoint and this is a question left you.