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In the most thrilling trip into Baltimore since The Wire, we follow Pug, a precocious kid who will stop at nothing to join the 12 O’Clock Boys – a notorious dirt bike pack who perform death-defying stunts while evading the police.
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
- Reviews Counted: 44
- Fresh: 41
- Rotten: 3
- Average Rating: 7.3/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: "12 O'Clock Boys" packs more life into its 72 minutes than many longer documentaries do.
Fresh: Documentary filmmaker Lotfy Nathan explores the outlaw appeal of an inner-city Baltimore dirt-bike gang through the eyes of a 13-year-old wannabe member named Pug.
Fresh: Using Baltimore's dirt-bike groups as its entry point, the film offers a remarkable grassroots look at how the system is broken at the inner-city level.
Fresh: The young filmmaker rarely digs beneath the harsh environment's many fraught surfaces. He simply lets his cameras be his guide.
It's about a 10 year old kid which is kinda not that entertaining. He's boring and mouthy and our tax dollars paid for his dirt bikes. This would be a good documentary if it had someone a little older and that was interesting.
I saw 12 O'Clock Boys at a special sneak preview screening and I thought it was awesome. It captures a very interesting culture that exists in Baltimore that I had never known about and the character development in this documentary is really powerful. I highly recommend you watch this film, you would be really missing out if you didn't!!!!
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Awesome documentary of Baltimore City … I live in Baltimore and this film was 100% accurate and shows the downfall of our society esp in the city