best tupac film?

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  1. snipzer

    snipzer New Member

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    what ya think?
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  3. 702ay!

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    (tie) Juice & Above the rim
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    i havent seen em all,but i liked juice best from the once i saw
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    juice/above the rim


    havent seen above the rim in a hot minute tho
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    Nam Dekan i got a tip in my pocket

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    Juice
    Gridlock'd
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    Anidawehi "-----"

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    Bullet = His Best Movie (Script Wise...the script was Poetic)
    Poetic Justice = His Best Acting

    It's a damn shame he didn't leave Music and just stick to acting. He would have played Ice Cube's Character in "Higher Learning," He also was supposed to originally be "O-Dog" in Menace to Society and would have starred in "Baby Boy" (Which would have had a much better budget AND actors had he starred in it) Who knows what movies he would have done since then....Prolly would have been in "Four Brothers" if he had been alive today as well as several other movies.

    It's a fuckin shame.
    He could have been so much more than what he was.

    The Music Industry destroyed Tupac.
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  8. Ignorant

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    As it was written, O-Dog wouldn't have been a good fit for Pac. It woulda kept him typecast in that Bishop-role... and he's been there, done that. Pac woulda made a better Caine.

    But yeah, "Baby Boy" was written for Pac, which is why Singleton had that mural tribute on Jody's wall... he said he wanted Pac to be his Deniro to his Scorsese.


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    BULLET? lol, i hated that, i thought it was retarded...

    Gridlock'd is probably his best movie i think, its funny as shit!
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  10. juice and gridlock'd
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  11. OG FrOgGy JoHnSoN

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    yea he was barely in bullet /. but i loved when that nygga said


    "NEXT TIME YOU SEE ME ITS GONE BE GUNFIYA!"
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    Easily Gridlock'd
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    Nitsuj™ We Are The Resistance

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    Gridlock'd featuring Tim Roth
    Bullitt featuring Mickey Rourke
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    all 2pac movies are crap
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    It's poetic, man.
    Read the script sometime.

    It's fuckin beautiful.
    It's a modern day Shakespeare.
    An "artist" wrote that script.
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    NATURAL SELECTA bluecollar worker

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    That's what I was thinking.

    I mean, Tupac's my favorite rapper and everything, but has he ever been in a better than mediocre movie. I guess Juice was kinda entertaining when it first came out, but I saw it a couple years ago and that shit seemed corny, and very unrealistic.
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