Foxy Brown

Synopsis: A sexy black woman, Foxy Brown, seeks revenge when her government agent boyfriend Michael is shot down by gangsters led by the kinky couple of Steve Elias and Miss Katherine.
Director(s): Jack Hill
Production: MGM Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
6.5
Rotten Tomatoes:
60%
R
Year:
1974
92 min
198 Views


What'll it be?

Hey, buddy, you wanna order somethin'?

Hey, man, you wanna order somethin'?

Yeah. Give me a taco.

How you doin'?

- Anything to drink?

- Coffee.

Coffee and a taco.

- Yes, sir?

- Make mine the same.

Say, you got a payphone here?

Yeah, right over there.

Hello.

Foxy? It's Link.

Now, just listen. I gotta talk fast.

I'm in big trouble.

If you're dealing in dope again,

forget it because I'll...

Never mind that. Two big motherfuckers

are waitin' to beat the livin' shit out of me

as soon as these two cops finish lunch.

I'm at a taco stand,

corner of Brewster and Church Street.

So hurry up!

Foxy, for Christ's sake, I'm your brother.

You gotta help me. Please!

All right. All right.

When I see you I'll blink my lights, OK?

All right.

- More coffee?

- No, not me, thanks.

Hey, this is good coffee.

This is wonderful coffee.

Best goddamn coffee I ever tasted.

I'll have some more.

How about you?

Check.

Hey, officers, you're not gonna leave

without finishing your coffee?

All that nice, good coffee?

That stuff's expensive.

You shouldn't waste it like that.

Say, you know where I can find

an all-night men's room?

Argh!

Hey!

Agh!

Oh, shit! Get off!

Get off the goddamn front.

I can't see where I'm goin'. Shit!

All right, I'll get the son of a bitch off.

Get me off! Get me off of here!

For God's sake, stop!

You're gonna kill us all!

Whoa!

Somebody help me! Help!

Phew! Jesus!

You saved my beautiful black ass.

You really did.

Mm-hm.

And you better have a mighty good reason

why those hoods were after it, too.

Well, practically nothin'.

A lousy two or three days.

Come on, Link. You're not talking to

one of your jive-ass friends.

I'm your sister. Give it to me straight.

I am. Now, listen.

I had to borrow a few bucks

to go into business.

From a loan shark, right?

The Bank of America ain't started

givin' out mortgages on numbers banks.

OK, OK. So what happened?

What do you think the odds are

against 500 people hitting the number

on Martin Luther King's birthday?

- So how much did you go down for?

- A lousy 20 grand or so.

But I woulda had it all back if they'd just

give me a lousy two or three more days.

Oh, Link!

After all you've been through.

When are you gonna learn?

Look, it's a legitimate business.

Well, almost.

But it's better than bein' a paid informer

like that big-shot boyfriend of yours.

And where is he now?

Probably at the bottom of the river

polluting it in a bucket of cement.

Shut up about him, Link!

OK.

But I was doin' fine before, dealin' coke.

And then you came down on me for that.

Oh, all right.

I guess you're gonna have to stay here

until I can think of what to do.

Thanks, baby. And them people

don't know nothin' about you at all.

And that's another thing.

As long as you're under this roof

you gotta promise me to stay away

from them people and outta the rackets.

Foxy, look, I'm a black man.

I don't know how to sing,

I don't know how to dance,

or how to preach to no congregation.

I'm too small to be a football hero

and I'm too ugly to be elected mayor.

But I watch TV and I see all them people

in all them fine homes they live in

and all them nice cars they drive,

and I get all full of ambition.

Now, you tell me what I'm supposed to do

with all this ambition I got.

I don't know, Link.

I just don't wanna see you end up in jail

or shot down in the street somewhere.

Baby, jail is where some of the finest

people I know are these days.

A car came out of nowhere.

Now, what kind of a bullshit story is that?

What car? Who was it?

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Jack Hill

Jack Hill (born January 28, 1933) is an American film director in the exploitation film genre. Several of Hill's later films have been characterized as feminist works. more…

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