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||IMDB Rating: 8.0/10 from R votes
||Release: 14 November 2003 (USA) /
||Genre: Biography, Documentary, Music, Musical
||Stars: Anthony 'Treach' Criss, Bill Bellamy, Chris Connelly, Connie Chung, Conrad Bain, Eldridge Cleaver, Gary Coleman, James Cagney, Kathleen Cleaver, Pat Buchanan, Rappin' 4-Tay, Sean Combs, Todd Bridges, Tupac Shakur, William J. Bennett
||Synopsis: Home movies, photographs, and recited poetry illustrate the life of Tupac Shakur, one of the most beloved, revolutionary, and volatile hip-hop M.Cs. of all time.
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One never knows what to expect out of rock films. Going into Tupac:
Resurrection, I half expected another mediocre blaxploitation groaner.
other half expected a gushy MTVish drool-fest out to promote the
artists, including current corporate media darling 50 Cent.
Resurrection is neither. The producer is not some slick Hollywood mogul
no understanding of rap except as a source for making a quick buck.
Afeni Shakur, the late rapper's mother, takes charge. As both executive
producer and the dominant force in her son's short life, her personal
impacts every frame. Like all documentaries, this is an extremely
account, and it is likely due to her input that the movie downplays the
darker aspects of Pac's self-destructive downward spiral after his move
Death Row Records. Nor is the film harsh enough on Tupac's seemingly
capacity for paranoia and irresponsibility.
Fortunately, she also makes the crucial decision not to dwell on more
hash-rehash of so called East Coast/West Coast rap war, which the movie
clarifies as less of a reality than a media event. Nor does it choose to
linger on the numerous rumors and conspiracies surrounding Tupac's
Shakur and director Lauren Lazin wisely decide to let Tupac's voice carry
the film. Lazin wisely refrains from using the masterful, propagandistic
gimmicks of a Michael Moore documentary. There are no distracting
or massively-edited montages. As a result, the movie has a lyrical,
tone. History has mystified Pac as a martyr for West Coast gangsta rap,
although during his lifetime he only released one such album. Few choose
remember that Death Row was the twilight of his life, that he spent the
first half-decade of his career recording in the East where he grew up.
is here that the film takes its cue.
Resurrection lays bare a magnetic, arrogant, charismatic spirit that
immediately affirms why Pac remains one of rap's only true megastars.
the film is not hard enough on how his growing obstinacy may have
his demise, it does not shy away from the controversy, the premonitions
death, the sex abuse conviction, and the inflated ego. The result is a
well-drawn sketch of man aware of his genius but haunted by demons, a
tortured soul navigating a realm more thuggish than he was at his core, a
contradiction which plays as a general commentary on rap's manufactured
This movie's production value alone easily outclasses nearly every other
cinematic work that has ever pretended to be about hip-hop. It bears
resemblance to How High or Belly or to the shameless self-promotion of
vanity project 8 Mile, which was so sanitized as to kill any revelations
might have made about its star Eminem, the most high profile rapper to
arise. I don't understand how someone could praise 8 Mile for its beauty
honesty (it isn't) and then criticize this film.
By contrast, the sincerity of Resurrection solidifies Pac's reputation as
`the only rapper that matters.' It shows why he is peerless and maybe the
greatest artist the genre has yet produced: whatever can be said about
music, as an intelligent personality there is simply no one else in his
class. He is so much more painfully relevant than all star rappers, and
sharpness of his observations on everything from politics to poverty
dust in the eyes of all his contemporaries. He represents a paradigm that
has become all-too-rare in a musical form now dominated by cartoon
constructive rather than destructive point-of-view.
A ball of contradictions, Tupac is finally much more complex and
than most people would expect. People are uninformed and uninterested in
hip-hop probably will get little out of this movie. Those who know will
realize that the biggest tragedy is that not that Tupac died before
his full potential, but that other young black men with similar
sensibilities rarely reach his level of visibility. 9.5/10.
Tags for Tupac: Resurrection Full Movie
Anthony 'Treach' Criss
, Bill Bellamy
, Chris Connelly
, Connie Chung
, Conrad Bain
, Eldridge Cleaver
, Gary Coleman
, James Cagney
, Kathleen Cleaver
, Pat Buchanan
, Rappin' 4-Tay
, Sean Combs
, Todd Bridges
, Tupac Shakur
, William J. Bennett
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