Big Pun: Still Not a Player (2002)





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Christopher Rios was born in a rough neighborhood in the Bronx, and at an early age he was determined to make something of himself. And he did -- recording as Pig Punisher, or Big Pun for short, Rios was the first Latin hip-hop artist to earn a platinum album, and his fluent ability to spin rhymes made him a legend with both rap audiences and his fellow artists. But Big Pun's days in the limelight proved to be short; Rios had long suffered from a severe weight problem, and he tipped the scales at nearly 700 pounds when he died of a heart attack on February 7, 2000. Big Pun: Still Not a Player is a documentary about the life and career of Christopher Rios, featuring interviews with his wife, his family, and his children, as well as such famous friends as Nas, Ice-T, RZA, Raekwon, and Fat Joe.
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No punches pulled in this movie. I don't like big pun, the man, but I appreciate his verses. It's hard not to judge someone for beating their wife and being a boorish jackass in real life. It was rare to see a documentary go so far to paint an honest picture of such a notable figure in the hip-hop community, especially after his unfortunate and untimely demise.

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