And at the age of 47 as of 2015, he is in a middle-adult according to Erikson Psychosoical stages.And, the basic conflict at this stage is “Generatively” vs. During such stage, what Erikson says is that a person gets the feeling of being productive if he has settled down with a relationship and established his career.Mostly, John Singleton movie try to showcase issues in the African American society. More precisely, he has spent his childhood in LA's tough places such as The Bottom, Barre and Hoovers.However, he despises the ghettos and its never-progressing culture.And, you can always access his famous quotes on the web.Surely, you would like to listen to his directors focused Big Dick Theory related.Not only that, he was smart and strong enough to stay focused to fulfill his childhood dream and that was making movies.Now fast forwarding to 2015, we praise him for big-budget hits such as “Boyz n the Hood (1991 director& producer)”, “Poetic Justice (director & screenwriter)”,”Higher Learning (director, producer & screenwriter)”, “Shaft (director, producer & screenwriter)”, “Baby Boy (director, producer & screenwriter)”, “Four Brothers (director)”, “2 Fast 2 Furious (director)” and “Abduction (director)”.
He directed an episode (1st season, episode 5) of Fox's hip-hop music focused drama television series Empire.
While he has enjoyed more success than failure in his two decades in the industry, he will also be remembered for critically acclaimed but commercially un-successful movies namely “Black Snake Moan (producer)” and “Rosewood (director)”, and also for disastrous reception of the movie “Illegal Tender (producer)”.
Nevertheless, he is a happy man when the subject of the matter is independent movies.
The man who likes to describe himself as a serious director, John Singleton, is an Academy award nominated director who specializes in making issue-based films that can appeal society weather they are thriller, drama or romantic.
For the competitive director, his movie should always be an issue based and it doesn't matter if the plot of a movie takes violence and abuse as the sole base.