Press Pass with Paige> My Tupac Movie Review.
Something many people don't know about me is my personal choice of music. Of course I enjoy all the new school hits, for example; Gucci, Migos, Jeezy, and Drake. I love the musically considered "trap" songs, and Trey Songz is my all time favorite R&B musician. I'm not a music fanatic, but I love a lot of music and I like to consider myself musically diverse. I can listen to practically anything. Rap, R& B, Pop, Country, Elevator music... you name it! But a fun fact about myself is that I often times find myself listening to old more so than the new. I love 90's music! That time era of music is timeless. The music nowadays is cool and all but I doubt that I'm going to be bumping Kodak Black through my speakers when I get older. I have such a deep appreciation for the music in the 90's so naturally I was hype to see the latest "All Eyez On Me" film. Like many, I too enjoy Tupac and his legacy. I was excited to see this film. Especially since the previous films were excellent! "Notorious B.I.G." and "Straight Outta Compton" both ended in standing ovations at the theatre. I wanted an encore. From beginning to end, I enjoyed it. And the directors and producers did a great job mapping out the story line and catching the personality of each character. All Eyez On Me unfortunately did reach my expectation. The standard was raised so intensely high for this film being as though it followed after these great hip hop history documentaries. Tupac is a Hip-Hop legend, and I believe the movie should have exceeded all expectations. However, I will say that Demetrious Shipp who was cast as Tupac did a good job capturing Tupac's swag and flare. I see great things in his future. What are your thoughts? Have you seen it yet? If not. Get out and support it and let me know what you think.