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Boogie (2021)

Boogie DVD and Blu-ray release date was June 1, 2021. Boogie Netflix rental release date is June 1, 2021 and Redbox release date is June 1, 2021.
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Amazon
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June 1, 2021Jun 1, 2021 calendar
Amazon Prime VideoMay 18, 2021May 18, 2021
iTunes
itunes
Digital HDMay 18, 2021May 18, 2021
Redbox
redbox
DVD rentalJune 1, 2021Jun 1, 2021
Netflix
netflix
DVD rentalJune 1, 2021Jun 1, 2021
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MOVIE DETAILS
Starring: Taylor Takahashi, Pamelyn Chee, Jorge Lendeborg Jr.
Director: Eddie Huang
Writer: Eddie Huang
In Theaters: March 5, 2021
Runtime: 90 min
Gross: $4.2 mil            5.2
Queens high school student Alfred Chin, also known as Boogie, understands the pervasive racist beliefs that adversely affect Asian Americans. He wants to change perception. H wants more from his life than what his parents and society expect of him. Instead of focusing on attempting to gain entry into an elite college via a scholarship, Boogie wants to prove himself on the basketball court and eventually procure a spot on a National Basketball Association team. Both on and off the court, Boogie feels pressured by the competitiveness and underlying racism of his peers who believe that a basketball player of Chinese-American heritage can't compete against White and Black athletes. He also finds himself falling in love with a girl who everyone tells him is out of his league.
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