Last updated February 05, 2023
In his directorial debut, Ice-T interviews dozens of other rap and hip-hop artists, including Mos Def, Eminem and Dr. Dre, about their creative processes. Focusing on the craft rather than the bling, Ice-T also documents the music's history.
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In this never-before-seen footage, see Tupac at seventeen speaking out about injustice on the streets of Oakland. Directed by Academy Award nominee Peter Spirer, Thug Angel takes you beyond the drama of Tupac's notoriety in the press through new interviews with friends, collaborators and scholars as they look back on Tupac and define his legacy today.
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Three ganja-smoking dimwits hatch a plot to raise bail money for their jailed friend by selling dope on the street. But they'd better spring their incarcerated buddy fast -- before he ends up as the "boy toy" of a criminal named Nasty Nate.
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Mario Van Peebles directs this dramedy that explores the ups and downs of a group of high school friends trying to negotiate their way through the sometimes treacherous waters of relationships, money, sex, identity and social media.
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Rapper, director and actor Ice Cube explores how the Los Angeles Raiders influenced both the turbulent culture and the emerging local hip-hop scene of South Central L.A. after moving to the city in the 1980s.
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Comedian Katt Williams stars as an aspiring African American actor who leaves Hollywood and takes to the road to do stand-up after he's cast in a series of increasingly stereotypical "black" roles.
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This provocative documentary examines the life of journalist and activist Mumia Abu-Jamal, who was convicted of killing a police officer in 1982. In addition to interviews with Abu-Jamal's supporters, the film presents new insights into his case.
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Separately, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and Eminem are hip-hop and rap powerhouses; together, they prove to be an unstoppable all-star force as they team up for one of the most commanding concert tours of all time.
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Ten-year-old Arthur discovers a world of tiny people living in the backyard of his home, which is slated for demolition. A cryptic message leads Arthur to the mini community, where he searches for a rumored treasure in an effort to save his house.
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Easygoing Sean's troublemaking roommate Dee-Loc, who works at the local car wash, helps Sean get a job. But when a pair of goofball hoodlums kidnap the car wash's owner, Sean and Dee-Loc find they'll need to raise a lot of cash to rescue their boss.
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Devin Overstreet may be the class valedictorian, but he hasn't had much life experience. Enter Mac Johnson, a 10th-year senior and weed dealer who teaches Devin a few things when they team up on a chemistry project.
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Offering a behind-the-scenes look into the world of hip-hop moguls and their struggles with law enforcement, this documentary uncovers the existence of "Hip-Hop Cops," an alleged effort by the police and FBI to monitor hip-hop's biggest names.
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Join West Coast rap artist Snoop Dogg on his 2001 Puff Puff Pass Tour with this raw, behind-the-scenes film. Candid video shows Snoop and crew kickin' back before a high-pressure concert on the 29-city junket to promote Snoop's album "Tha Last Meal." The rapper -- who donated part of the tour's proceeds to the Red Cross -- shares the stage with Tha Liks, Kurupt, Doggy's Angels, the Eastsidaz, Bad Azz and Warren G.
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Narrated by Ving Rhames, Beef provides a definitive look into the trash-talkin' world of high-profile "beefs," told by the artists themselves -- the MC battle, hip-hop's war of words, who's the "illest" on the mic, and more. Features 50 Cent, Jay-Z, Nas, DMX, Snoop Dog, Tupac, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Ja Rule, Mack 10, Common, Cypress Hill, Russell Simmons, NWA and legendary battlers KRS-One, MC Chan, Kool Moe Dee, Busy Bee and many others!
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Follow Snoop Dogg through three terrifying tales from the Hood of Horror, where your present actions determine your fate in the afterlife. The depraved denizens of this nefarious neighborhood can all look forward to a very unpleasant eternity.
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Trace the meteoric rise of teen sensation Justin Bieber, from singing in his church choir to international pop superstardom. This fascinating profile tells how Bieber's fame blossomed from his YouTube videos and how he is adored by fans worldwide.
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