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IMDb Rating 7.3 10 703


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April 30, 2021



Dr. Dre as Narrator
Snoop Dogg as Self
Tupac Shakur as Self
Vanilla Ice as Self - Rap Artist
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962.39 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
104 min
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1.74 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
104 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by scottgrib 8 / 10 / 10

Captivating from start to finish

This documentary surprised me. At first I saw it because I am a rap fan especially of the old Death Row. I was blown away by the style and production of this movie. Two huge things make this documentary worth wild. First off the film is completely impartial. You just get the facts and opinions of those directly involved and few from those outside. The other factor is that other people who aren't rap fans will find this interesting. After my viewing I showed this to many friends and all were deeply interested despite any real interest in rap music. Great topic because of it's controversy and it's impact over the nation. If you give it an honest shot you'll find it interesting and very well done.

Reviewed by craigto 7 / 10 / 10

They don't mince words or hide the truth in this one

This is a true documentary (no frills, no filler) depicting the reasons behind the rise and fall of one of the most influential record labels in music history. Death Row Records started out as the brainchild of a few players in the local LA Rap Scene, and at its peak, it was a legitimate force in business, politics, media and entertainment on a national scale. The documentary is captivating because it only focuses on the footage, accounts, memories and thoughts of those who were central figures in the company and industry at the time. In the early and mid-90's, gangsta rap, east coast/west coast feuds, Biggie and 2Pac, drugs, rap music videos, and multi-platinum hip-hop records became extremely profitable and recognizable byproducts of pop culture -- and Death Row Records was at the center of it all. Kudos to the director and producers for never getting sidetracked as they allow those who were involved (from Dre to Snoop to 2Pac to Suge to writers to security guards) to tell it like it was.

Reviewed by pred1 7 / 10 / 10

Good flick

I thought this was a very well done documentary. It keeps the viewer interested from start to finish. I even wanted to see more when it was done! The movie explains all of the different relationships and characters involved in Death Row records. It's very interesting to see how some of these guys started out with nothing, and grew into an empire. Im not even a rap fan, but i found it to be a great documentary. Well worth your time.

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