"You want to make it to the next level? Keep your shit out of the papers!"-Gabriella (AnnaLynne McCord)
I am by no means a 50 cent fan, but the gun, the GUN could stop The Hulk. Of course, 50 weilds it like a 22. cal. I swear, this is the last 50 pesos movie, I'm going to watch.
The whole film is one big typical cliche and frankly not much of a good example for young black boys, I really dunno why people continue to glamorise gang/rap culture as it does give the younger generation, mainly black, the wrong idea. In this we see, as usual, a cliched black gang gunning down other gang members to the sounds of horrendous rap music which of course is about violence and guns ::) is this really needed?
Curtis Jackson (50) is a poor actor and to be honest Kilmer doesn't do much better inbetween the mindless banter from cops and gangsters, the whole thing is just a complete waste of time and as said an advert for gang culture and guns! the question is what has happened to Kilmers career and why reward these 'rap artists' with film roles that do nothing accept give black males a bad image (unless they are rich rappers of course).
*SPOILER* after their masterpiece "Streets of Blood" it is the second movie in a raw where Kilmer`s character shoots 50 Cent`s character at the end of the movie; just cannot wait for the third act!!!
The big gun at end looks so cheap.