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Crescent Gang

USA 2023
produced by
Maxie McClintock, Mario Payne, Lisa Hearting, Gino Raphael Payne (executive), Onyx Keesha (executive) for 360 Films
directed by Gino Raphael Payne, Onyx Keesha
starring Valeria Camero, Mariah Tavares, Kira Marie, Zenja Dunn, Mia Denae' Brathwaite, Olivia Kaiser, Natalya O. Hudson, Maxie McClintock, Quintin Adams, Vanessa Regalado, Jaylan Lee Glover, Remy Payne, Andray Johnson, Shaquita Smith, Marlon Medina, Jarry Lee, Joseph Adu, Cat Rebelskey, Byron Sampson, Lisa Hearting, Brenda Daly, Eva Kauvon Thomas, Elan Jackson, Exavier Jackson, Paul Sauder, Lei Kaopua, Camille Martin, Jo Ann Munz
written by B. Danielle Watkins, Latasha Choe Johnson, music by Jordyn Diews

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Orphans Liberty (Mariah Tavares), Haven (Valeria Camero), Layla (Mia Denae' Brathwaite), Daisy (Natalya O. Hudson), Carleigh (Olivia Kaiser), Michael (Jaylan Lee Glover) and Kyle (Remy Payne) all live in Ms. Kay's (Zenja Dunn) house on Crescent Road, and while she's not the best of surrogate mothers, the children have formed a bond among themselves and with Miss Kay's second-in-command Pierce (Quintin Adams), so when they learn that Miss Kay is going to sell the house, abandon them, and they're send to different foster homes all over the country, they're understandably shattered. But then Liberty finds a time capsule left by a former owner that contains a scavenger hunt leading them all over town, and the kids figure if they can find the former owner and convince her to re-buy the house, their home is saved ...

In an at first only loosely connected story, Reena (Kira Marie), so far an attorney with foster care, finally is hired by a big law firm to handle a prestigious divorce case - but she's soon shocked by the ruthless approach the company's taking to things and wavers in her resolve to become the big ass lawyer she has always dreamed of being. And then she receives a visit by a certain group of orphans ...


So ok, this is a film that gives away its whole story in the first few minutes of running time and the ending is exactly what one expects it to be - but things are kept alive throughout nevertheless by lively performances by the group of kids, a relatable grown-up cast, and some very fine Las Vegas backdrops, all reigned in by a suitably subtle directorial effort, making this a nice piece of family entertainment.


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