Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell

2021

Documentary / Music

125
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 81%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 83%
IMDb Rating 7 10 2336

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March 15, 2021

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Common as Self
LL Cool J as Self - Hip-Hop Artist
Miles Davis as Billy Cross
Queen Latifah as Dr. Obayuwana
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ajk-75755 9 / 10 / 10

Some slight propoganda

Lack of balance. But especially didnt like the glamorous light this posed of Pudd Daddy/ P diddy. The man known to be behind certain nefarious crimes and both suspects and witnesses have claimed was behind the murder of Tupac.

Reviewed by itzgasparpt 7 / 10 / 10

Must-see for hip-hop fans

A well put together walkthrough of Biggie's life and career, displaying his journey from the struggle and life of crime to one of the most influential artists in hip-hop and in the music scene on the 20th century. A story of ambition, struggle, family, loyalty and belief. Definitely a must-see. 8/10.

Reviewed by mchertov 7 / 10 / 10

A Documentary about Christopher Wallace. Not Biggie.

This documentary does not tell the story of one of the greatest rappers alive. It tells the story of a young kid in Brooklyn who goes the wrong way, only to come back and make something of his life. The interviews are with mainly his mother and childhood friends, although his manager, a producer, and Sean Combs (Diddy, Puff, etc.) also make appearances. And they are all talking about Christopher, not Biggie. My one big qualm with this strategy is that his music and influence becomes almost not important. There is some analysis of his music, but only in the context of him "trying to better himself." There is almost no mention of how much he influenced the hip-hop industry, or some deeper analysis of his lyrics. Ready To Die is probably one of the greatest rap albums ever written, but we only get a small taste of what it was. His influence was without question, and yet we are not exposed to how influential he really was. Overall, it's an interesting documentary. But viewers are getting the story of Christopher Wallace, not Biggie. And left me wanting something more. If you are a fan of hip-hop and want a documentary about Biggie's lyrics and influence, look elsewhere. But if you don't mind understanding the man himself, watch it.

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