Biggie & Tupac

2002, Documentary, 1h 47m

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Filmmaker Nick Broomfield examines the unsolved murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.

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  • May 30, 2013
    A great discussion brought forward by the film makers from those who knew the rappers well on the potential conspiracy behind their deaths.
    John B Super Reviewer
  • Nov 22, 2009
    It was really interesting learning about these two people and how their relationship turned from good to bad. It was quite confusing following all the peoples names as I know very little about these two. I liked learning about their early lives and their talent and found it very interesting seeing them go into the prison to talk to Suge Knight. A good explorative documentary.
    Sophie B Super Reviewer
  • Dec 25, 2008
    From the same documentarian that brought you Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam and Kurt & Courtney, comes our favorite conspiracy theorist with some interesting theories and oft-repeated questions about the murders of famous rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. Though Broomfield's films definitely have a low quality feel to them, the man also presses issues and asks the uncomfortable questions most people would be afraid to ask if they actually got to face the people who could give them those answers. This man travels into Biggie's and Tupac's childhood neighborhoods with no protection to ask their friends what they were like, what their opinions of the murders were, and even goes to prison to visit Suge Knight himself. Knight even references the Heidi Fleiss documentary, demanding that he not be made a fool like she was. Broomfield brings up an interesting theory: was Tupac murdered by his father figure Suge Knight because he wanted to leave Death Row Records? And did Knight have Biggie murdered to make their deaths look connected? Though only a handful of people agree with/confirm his theory, Broomfield makes a VERY convincing argument that keeps you hooked and helps you overlook the grainy look of his film.
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