Harsher in Hindsight: "Rogue Cop Revelation" can be incredibly difficult to watch nowadays due to the many cases in the past few years of police brutality against black especially considering the amount of these cases which ended in the death of innocent people. Although it's worth noting that this movie was made after the wake of the Rodney King riots, another point at which corruption and racial abuse within many American police departments was similarly under criticism.
Narm: WELCOME TO HELL, motherfuckerssss! AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
The "Born II Die" sequence in "Hard Core Convert," with its mixture of actual photos and video of KKK handiwork and stylized footage of gangbangers blowing each other away.
Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: In "Rogue Cop Revelation," there's one dropped about how the greatest triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing, a decision that seals Clarence's fate of being set up for the murders of the corrupt cops. Martin Moorehouse sums it up with the rather poignant question: "Where were you when I NEEDED you, brother?"
When Crazy K tries to justify some of his murders as killing people who had wronged him, a little girl (Tasha Johnson) with a hole in her chest points out "I didn't do anything."
The Woobie: The dead little girl. She politely points out that she was only playing in her room when the stray bullets got her. To a lesser extent Walter.