Da 5 Bloods
On the Record
I May Destroy You
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I love documentaries. Never knew to much about 2-PAC other than the obvious, and stuff I heard through different media outlets. I enjoyed this allot.
A nice documentary on 2pac. From the beginnings to the end.
A thug with an angel's heart, the defender of the weak, a true soldier! my heart is where u shall always remain! God bless the dead!
Where's that biopic?
u r the god of rap tupac always was and always will be...r.i.p solider xoxo
I'm guessing you would have to be a fan to sit through this. Sad to see how his mom's bad decisions basically ruined his life. I can't believe he was only with DeathRow for 9 months before he was killed. What a waste...
Watching a misguided, violent, vulgar and unintelligent thug who made bad music is not my idea of interesting filmmaking. Boooooring. The very thought of a comparasin between him and Martin Luther King makes me shudder.