All Eyez on Me

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IMDb Rating 5.8 10 18

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April 7, 2019

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Cast

Danai Gurira as Assorted Ghost
Jamie Hector as Young Eastie
Kat Graham as Delores
Lauren Cohan as Charlotte
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1015.59 MB
1280*720
English
R
23.976 fps
139 min
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2.11 GB
1920×1080
English
R
23.976 fps
139 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bukharihassan36 2 / 10 / 10

Need To Re-make Tupac BioPic Immediately !

This movie was a huge disappointment. Not only was it choppy and all over the place, but it didn't even get basic elements of the story right. The guy who played Tupac was decent but failed to capture the magnetic and charismatic part of Tupac's personality (which is the most important part). The other actors were also 'decent'. The fault of this movie lies solely on the director. Now its a very tall and difficult thing to portray Tupac's life in 2 hours and 30 minutes, but this was a HORRIBLE attempt. The movie's scenes flowed inorganically from scene to scene, and many of the things portrayed did not even happen in Tupac's actual life. While Jada's actress did a good job acting, almost all of her scenes actually were untrue and did not happen in real life ! Also, it seems as though the director doesn't even intimately know Tupac. The movie failed to focus on the charismatic and important parts of Tupac and solely focused on the hard/thug side. There was no scene about Poetic Justice, him living in the shelter, or the tragedies in his childhood from Baltimore. There is no mention of his projects to bring the community together and stop gang violence toward the end of his life. No mention of him prophetically predicting his own death. No mention or description of his decent into misery and hopelessness. There was a lack of the community part of him and an emphasis of the hard and thug side. One of the biggest things about Pac, was the way he talked and used God-like metaphors when he was speaking. It was prophetic and brought a certain chill to his words. This was taken completely out of the movie! In the Death Row East interview, they literally changed what he said and took out his comparison of Juda was to Jesus, and altered what he said for absolutely no reason! When you listen to the real interview and the fake interview, they changed it and actually made it worse than the real one. What could possibly motivate the director to change the real interview for a fake one? There were multiple characters introduced without a backdrop or explanation of who they were. I will not mention the scenes due to spoilers but there were two characters (who were unexplained and not introduced) that would randomly come and give him advice, and be shown committing confusing and unexplained acts of violence a second later. The director is to blame far more than the actors. The actors would have been decent if given a better script and direction. It is a tall order to fit all of Tupac's life into one movie. However, this did not pull off an average or decent attempt at it. It was worse than average and offended Jada Pinkett Smith and disgraced Tupac's legacy. Somebody has to re-do this movie as soon as possible !!!!!

Reviewed by Nikron Chemist Kushari 1 / 10 / 10

Like a mashup YouTube documentary

The hype about this movie was unreal. Things like "We will make Biigie's movie look like a cartoon" were flying around everywhere.... What a colossal disappointment. To have the life of such a person and character like Tupac and mess it up this bad, takes a special kind of bad. I thought that a small scale studio would have done a better job in exploring some unknown past but instead it focused on all the mainstream points of his life trying to shove a song anywhere they could. The whole movie had zero flow, nothing seems to connect to the previous or future scene. It just feels like a mash-up documentary that someone made on Youtube and threw in a few Tupac songs. The point of the movie was to make people discover and appreciate the personality, vision and spirit of Tupac. To show that he was a visionary and more than just another "rapper" from the block who cares about money, ice and women. Tupac was like shown as someone who is only hungry for glory and needs to settle some score instead of reaching out to people and connecting with them through music. I can't really find one good thing about the movie except the Tupac's mom who only felt like a real person. The rest of the cast is flat out trash with no previous experience acting anywhere. If you are a fan of Tupac, avoid this garbage at all costs...

Reviewed by realestate-45861 1 / 10 / 10

Missed the most important aspect of Tupac

This was the greatest blunder and disappointment in movie history. The director should be ashamed of himself! I don't want to get into the specifics of why the movie was bad. Just know that the scenes were choppy and didn't flow together, the story line was off, and it was widely inaccurate. Notorious seemed like a hit movie compared to this. One of the most saddest parts of this film, was the complete way they ignored his paranoid and prophetic part of Tupac. One of Tupac's defining traits toward the end of his life was his constant foreshadowing of his own death and his paranoia during his daily life. Songs like 'Only Fear of Death' and 'So Many Tears' are evident of this. He would rap about being reincarnated, coming back a ghost, and his funeral being empty. He would talk about being killed in his sleep and his complete distrust of all the people around him. This part was completely and utterly not discussed in this movie whatsoever and removes the most interesting part of Tupac out of the picture. That God inducing and and death side of him is what has immortalized him to this day to a prophetic level and it is not even mentioned in the movie. This movie has completely failed and this needs to be done over in another movie or perhaps a series. I would give it a one out of ten. Do not even go to the movies to support this motion picture.

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