A suprisingly well acted, okay movie. Roth was great and so was Newton (even with the limited screen time when she actually talked and wasen't comatose or "singing"), but the real surprise is Tupac. I was expecting some crap "rapper-who-thinks-he-can-act" performance, but he was really good and I wouldn't mind seeing any other movies he's in. Plus this wasen't some rap filled indie movie, so I was able to watch it and not get bored with the music in the background.
Yeah it lives up to the dark comedy name, but there are a few good chuckles to be had while watching this movie. Nothing that will make you fall out of your chair mind you, but some decent stuff.
It's worth seeing at least a few times, so don't pass it up.
"Hello? There's a woman been shot - a white woman. Okay? There's a whole bunch of black people out here, shooting and burning cars, talking about revolution. You better send some m************ out here!"