Beef III (2005)





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Hip hop's hottest conflicts come to life in this release showcasing the beefs between such high profile rappers as 50 Cent and Game. It's a part of the game that just can't be avoided, and whether its machismo or a desperate bid to win over a fair-weather fan-base that's to blame, beef has become as ingrained into hip-hop culture as MCs and DJs. In this up close look at some of hip-hop's best-publicized rifts, Lil Flip disses TI, Nelly badmouths Chingy, Twista mouths off to Bone Thugs, and an emboldened Lil Scrappy takes his beef beyond the confines of rap music by targeting the Orlando Police.
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Sticks to modern, underdeveloped rap battles that doesn't really feel at all significant. The battle of the hacks between Nelly and Chingy in particular is boring poop, and they spend a breathtakingly long time on it. And don't get me started on this "Lil' Scrappy vs The Police" garbage, because unless Scrappy is feuding against Sting I have absolutely no interest in that. That's half the movie. However, the feud between Lil' Flip and TI was rad and saves this documentary from the incinerator.

Lester Yabut
Lester Yabut

The weakest of the Beef series. The filmmakers pretty much exhausted all the good hiphop battles by this episode. Stick to volumes 1 and 2, which are highly entertaining.

Blaze Dangerously
Blaze Dangerously

lol.. its pretty funny to know the truths to why rappers wanna kill eachother.. but not so cool knowing that they actually try to do it. ps. folk g.d. sucks.

Vincent Tilghman
Vincent Tilghman

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