Films & Other Videos
Films with: Shakur, Tupac
- Gang related
- Detectives Divinci and Rodriguez practice their own deadly brand of street justice: setting up drug deals, seizing the money for themselves and then murdering the dealers. It's a lucrative racket that has worked without a hitch for months. But when they discover that their latest victim was an undercover officer with the Drug Enforcement Agency, they are forced to initiate a dangerous scheme to save their own lives. Divinci and Rodriquez are trapped in a tornado of suspicion, betrayal and murder in which they can trust no one ... not even each other.
- DVD 4250
- "Q. Raheem. Bishop. Steel. They're Four Harlem friends who spend their days hanging out and looking for a way to get the power and respect they call 'juice.' Q hopes to earn respect by becoming a scratch 'n' mix DJ. Bishop has a deadlier plan. He wants to take it through an armed robbery. And he wants his crew to be with him"--Container.
- DVD 4208
- Poetic justice
- A mismatched pair pushed together on a road trip from South Central L.A. to Oakland find themselves reluctantly attracted to each other, when they are confronted once again by the shocking violence they thought they'd left behind.
- DVD 2164
- Tupac resurrection /
- This documentary uses voice-overs, interviews, and actual tracks recorded by Tupac himself. The film explores his life, music, and his death from fatal gunshot wounds in 1996. Includes rare footage, home movies, private photographs, and excerpts from his personal poetry, journals, and letters. During the making of the film, MTV reached out to his fan base by requesting submissions of Tupac memorabilia to be used in the film.
- DVD 3043
- Tupac the lost prison tapes : uncensored & uncut /
- "Featuring an uncut and never-before-seen interview at the Clinton Correctional Facility, 'Tupac Shakur, uncensored and uncut : the lost prison tapes' presents a raw look into Tupac's world, as the rapper riffs on topics ranging from his involvement with gang life to prisons in America to his relationship with his mother. What emerges is a moving self-portrait of an artist who sees himself as fundamentally misunderstood: he may have diagnosed thug life, but he didn't invent it, and he is determined to uplift - not destroy - the black community."--Container.
- DVD 8082