State Property 2 - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

State Property 2 Reviews

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April 13, 2005
Slicker, funnier and more professional than its predecessor.
April 13, 2005
You may call the film blingsploitation but its fun-loving hoodlums know who's fooling whom.
Read More | Original Score: 3/4
April 15, 2005
Less a sequel to a film than a brand extension.
Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/5
April 14, 2005
Seeing two truly rich characters battling for supremacy can have the power of a symphony. Seeing two posses of dull thugs blasting away at each other has all the appeal of a CD single with a skip.
Read More | Original Score: 1.5/4
April 14, 2005
Dash can't decide whether he's making New Jack City or Friday.
Read More | Original Score: 1/4
April 14, 2005
Dash's film is less the stuff cults are made of than fantasies.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/4
April 14, 2005
You mean there was a State Property 1?
April 13, 2005
No more three-dimensional than your average brand-name-laden hip-hop video.
Full Review | Original Score: D
April 13, 2005
This brutal chronicle of heavily armed drug dealers is best appreciated (or disdained) as a raw, bracing expression of the spirit of capitalism.
Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/5
April 13, 2005
At least Dash corralled every artist he knew into playing cameo roles, so bored or confused fans can bide their time star-spotting the likes of Mariah Carey, Kanye West and Angie Martinez.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/4
April 13, 2005
Those interested in annoying things like plot or plausibility are best off steering clear of this inane celebration of all things thug.
Full Review | Original Score: D
April 12, 2005
The plot is strictly subservient to repetitive shootouts, the dialogue consisting of enough "f" and "n" words to be considered by Guinness.
Full Review| Original Score: D
April 12, 2005
Attempts at real ruggish posturing -- like that de rigueur sideways-gatted, full-body-exposure firing stance -- are just plain laughable.
April 9, 2005
State Property 2's daisy wheel of violence represents a reckless glorification of thug life.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/4
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