First Match

Synopsis: Hardened by years in foster care, a teenage girl from Brooklyn's Brownsville neighborhood decides that joining the boys wrestling team is the only way back to her estranged father.
Genre: Drama, Sport
Director(s): Olivia Newman
Production: Netflix
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.2
Metacritic:
68
Rotten Tomatoes:
84%
TV-MA
Year:
2018
102 min
8 Views

Don't touch my shit!

I said, don't touch my shit!

- Get your trash out of my house!

- Yo.

Anything break, I'm gonna

Ronda Rousey your fat ass!

- Nobody scared of you, Mo.

- Shut the f*ck up.

All the shit I do for your ass.

Miss Jones, mind your business.

Thank you, Miss Jones.

You wonder why you keep

getting thrown out of foster homes.

- Whatever.

- Fucking with a man twice your age.

I ain't touched your fat boyfriend.

You grown, right? You a woman?

Goddamn it, be one.

Stop throwing my shit out the window.

I ain't playing with you.

- Your ass 'bout to learn.

- Whatever.

Don't want to hear you crying,

coming back around.

Ain't nobody coming back nowhere!

F*ck your house!

Slut ass.

Dumb bitch.

Social worker pressed me so hard

to rat on you.

What you tell her?

Ain't nothing to tell.

You don't have to buy me stuff.

But you're like... my step-daddy, right?

Nadge done ruined half my shit.

I could use some new stuff.

Yeah, you should do it.

I don't have no money to go out.

Think it's cute

ringing everybody's bells this late?

Yes, she's sorry.

F*ck that bitch.

I'd use the belt on that one, Lucila.

You gotta teach these kids respect

if they gonna live here.

Here one day

and you're already causing trouble.

You wake the baby.

Monique.

Monique.

Monique, you no sleep all day.

I have to get to work.

Time to go to school!

Come on.

ndale.

Ay...

Imposible.

Omari.

That's all you got? Come on.

All right, let's go.

Where you going?

Omari.

- You're like a little girl.

- Hold up.

- What's up?

- Nadge kicked me out.

- When?

- Yesterday.

Help me get my stuff

before she steals something.

Omari. You got something better to do?

I'll be done at five.

- Gotta go now.

- Hey.

Five.

- You here to wrestle?

- Please.

All you ever practice is doubles.

Shit's mad predictable.

Your coach is wack, yo.

Your problem ain't even in the lift.

You're not getting your shoulder in

close enough. You gotta go deep.

Tell me how he rock that much bling

and not be locked up.

- What'd Nadge throw you out for?

- She a crazy bitch.

She's jealous 'cause Hassan

paid for my nails.

Ain't my fault she ain't learned

how to please her man.

- You got a new foster family yet?

- Whatever.

Soon as my dad get out,

I'll stay with him.

Wait, give me that.

What are you doing?

- Who that?

- Omari.

Get out of here.

Mo don't live here no more.

- I left my math book in her room.

- Is she with you?

No.

I... I need it to do my homework.

- Hurry the hell up.

- The f*ck out of the way!

Oh, you fucking bitch!

Your punk ass through!

Okay, Mo.

- You wanna play?

- Mo, hurry up.

What the f*ck?

Uh-huh.

Trespassing.

Tilden...

- Who you calling?

- The police, that's who.

Why you wanna do that?

This slut done broke

in my house, Hassan.

Hang up that phone before I smack you.

Yo.

Mad people be trying for the Powerball.

Don't they know black people

don't never win real money?

Shit, if I won...

I'd buy me one of them big-ass TVs.

Surround sound and all that shit.

Imagine Halo on that.

- A TV?

- Yeah.

I get that much money, I'm getting

a house and getting the f*ck out.

Where you gonna go?

Everyone you know is here.

That much money, you can get a house,

move to Miami and be on the beach.

- Eating oranges all day and shit.

- Oh, yeah, oranges.

You'll be a millionaire

and you gonna be peeling oranges.

- Please, you gonna be peeling for me.

- Yeah, all right.

Yo.

Can I get a lick?

I don't know. Can I?

How about you give me your number?

1800-fine-ass-ho. What's up?

Yo, Omari, where you going?

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