Director: Carlos López Estrada
Year Released: 2018
Rating: 2.0

With just three days left on probation, Oaklander Collin (Daveed Diggs) has to try to stay on the "right side" of the law, but this isn't such an easy task: one night he sees an unarmed African-American shot by a cop ... and his best friend Miles (Rafael Casal) has an obsession with guns (and weed ... and violence).  While I respect both Diggs and Casal (who were the screenwriters) for trying to change perceptions about their (controversial) home town, this is a significantly less funny version of the movie Friday that's just a little more socially-aware: sure, you can talk about gentrification and show memorial candles and notes for those who have been killed and battle rap at a rogue police officer ... but these problems are not exclusive to this particular location, and I doubt anyone will be "swayed" by whatever message it's trying to push: the proverbial elephant is still in the room.  I'm still miffed the powers-that-be didn't do everything possible to keep the Raiders football team in town, but their loss is Las Vegas' reward.