I Have been a tupac fan since I was a teenager, this was a very well directed and informative documentary. I wish he didn't have to die so young before maximizing his full potential. Then one day I happened to come across his collection of poems titled the rose that grew from concrete. He cared for his community but hated being poor. I was always of the impression that Tupac Amaru Shakur had what was coming to him.
Why do they think he did what he did and expressed himself the way he did? By the time he was 20, he was a successful recording artist. Anyone who watches this movie will feel his loss and want to carry forward his dreams. He admits his mistakes freely and he learns from them and moves on. Overall the film captured a lot of his life through his eyes. He takes it seriously, and gives a lot of thought to what he wants to tell them.
If he had lived and matured, he could and would, I believe have become one of America's leaders. His writing, his poetry, his acting ability and his political savvy, all were far beyond his young age. . Programming subject to regional availability, blackouts, and device restrictions. It was probably one of the deepest book I ever read. I know he's in a better place cos he hurt too much in this world. I gave an insight into the man who revolutionized hip-hop and a culture that has captured the minds of not only African-American youth, but youth from all cultures and race-lines.
Meanwhile, he is stunned and humbled to find that his visibility has young people looking to him for leadership. He briefly dealt drugs, but even the local dealers urged him to follow his dream. I'm not ashamed to admit I cried. One of the film's strong parts is the fact that it really explains Tupac's mind and how he though about life. Times documentary chronicles the life and art of the late hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur.
I never knew much about Tupac. He was so talented and he continues to inspire alot of people today! Finally, you might ask them if they think the documentary is historically accurate and find out how they interpret what they see and whether or not they question powerful images such as the ones presented in this film. I believe it was his time to go because sometimes it's better to die a legend than live long enough to become a villain. Himself archive footage This documentary of Tupac Amaru Shakur's life was amazing. He loved performing and was accepted at a school for the arts. I think you will understand what I'm talking about. Times documentary chronicles the life and art of the late hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur.
Shakur is clearly and refreshingly as free from any form of prejudice as it is possible to be, at least in his own relationships. Rest in perfect peace Pac. This movie shows it like it is and you see how conflicted Tupac was. I was genuinely surprised to see that Tupac was a very intelligent and articulate young man. It shows us a gifted, thoughtful, and intelligent young man who has to cope with the challenges of poverty and then has to manage the even more complex challenges of success.
. Streaming content may count against your data usage. He taught me d difference between a role model and a real model. The film isnt about his friends and family getting interviewed and recalling facts. She went to prison when she was pregnant with him. Number of permitted concurrent streams will vary based on the terms of your subscription.
Pricing, channels, features, content, and compatible devices subject to change. Parents need to know that this movie challenges the audience. Just know there is graphic everything here -- sex, violence, language, drugs, lifestyle and of course he dies at the end. What do they think about how he behaves toward women, authority, his community? But there's no getting around his influence and importance in the teenaged cultural world. He understood the irony when it was only after he became famous that he was picked up by the cops. I loved his music, d lyrics and flow were unbelievable but I didn't see him as anything other than a gangster. I am a huge Tupac fan and have seen many other stories and and biographies of his life, but this movie by far surpassed any expectations I had about it.