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  • Actors: Beanie Sigel, Omillio Sparks, Memphis Bleek, Damon Dash, Sundy Carter
  • Directors: Abdul Malik Abbott
  • Writers: Abdul Malik Abbott, Ernest 'Tron' Anderson
  • Producers: Damon Dash, Cha-Ka Pilgrim, Phyllis Cedar, Rob Khristov, Ron Rotholz
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (DTS 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: May 21, 2002
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000060MWA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,889 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "State Property" on IMDb

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  • Behind the Scenes Footage
  • 3 Music Videos
  • Deleted Scenes

Editorial Reviews

Beanie Sigel, Damon Dash, Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek, Omillio Sparks, Sundy Carter - Director: Abdul Malik Abbott Frustrated with being broke, Beans decides that the only way to grasp the American Dream is to take it. "State Property" follows Beans and his cre

Customer Reviews

This movie brought me back to some great memories!
Nathan
Don't watch it, don't buy , don't even think about this movie, you may get brain damage.
"cribnotes25"
One of the worst movies I've ever seen, in my life.
Jose E. Frasco

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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Jess B. Semple on August 14, 2004
Format: DVD
This is a terrible movie that I gave 1 star because I couldn't give any fewer. It features the usual idols given primarily to the black youth of today, hip hoppers playing gangstas who have no respect for anything or anyone other than money. It is another one of those blaxploitation specials in which there is literally no figure of any redeeming value. This explains the almost endless series of beatings, shootings, and overall ignorance portrayed in sequence, and served up as some sort of story. It's only entertainment they say, but they are typecast without even knowing it, foolishly dying to portray a fantasy image...psychologically bound as tight as any slave was ever shackeled.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By SID on January 10, 2003
Format: DVD
First of all I find fault with the opening credits where it states that this movie is inspired by actual events. Whatever, this movie is inspired by the unimaginative imaginations of a few guys who watched Scarface one two many times and decided they wanted to live out their fantasies through film. The writing is horrible. The acting is horrible. Beanie Sigel and the other characters in his little mob are underdeveloped to the point where they all seam to be the same person. Beanie Sigel, as the main character, has absolutely no motivation for going on a murderous rampage in order to build his drug empire other than the fact that he was bored one day at a strip club. Nothing happens in this movie that makes it stand out from the others in this genre. It's exactly the same story only the names of the characters have changed. Young thug sells drugs, young thug wants more money, young thug kills many to get money, young thug expands territory gets power. You know the rest. Don't waste your time with this one. And if you're one of the idiots who actually thought this was a good movie you need to think about exposing yourself to better films so you'll know the difference between good and bad.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By "spearson472" on June 24, 2002
Format: DVD
Is everybody smoking junk? 5 STARS? This movie was an embarassment to the African-American race. The actors(rappers)in this movie have such a stronghold on today's youth...if your gonna make a movie, why not make a movie about something positive? You could argue that the end of the movie made a statement in that Beans glory was shortlived and there is no future in that life, was that the message? Why make a movie that has been made so many times already? This story has been told 100 times over. Lets do something different and make a movie with substance that we can be proud of..as a young African-American male, I was truly embarassed watching this movie. Is this all we are capable of? One day I hope we wake up and understand...
NOW...for the review
This was a travesty...I gave it one star because i could not let me submit this with none. The acting was terrible to say the least. I give them credit for trying...but what this seemed like to me was a prosperous record label, that had more money than it knew what to do with, trying to venture into filmaking....just because they could.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Samuel McKewon on October 16, 2003
Format: DVD
"State Property," a hip-hop variation of the "Scarface" tale, is so reprehensible it approaches a snuff eight-millimeter. Like a lot of rap music, which thinks the existence of wanton cruelty, violence and pain automatically legitimizes a song drawing out its every crass detail, the movie is a cheerfully amoral romp through all the horrible, totalitarian things one bully can do to a weaker person - humiliation, dehumanization, torture, murder - with a turn of the tables at the end that supposed to comment on this romp as if it was all very, very bad. Sure. Ask the film's admirers - or even the participants, including indicted star Beanie Siegel - where they stand on the use of force to snuff out anything - enemies, annoyances, acquaintances, even friends - that interfere with their designs of all-consuming power. Dictators rise on such thoughts.
Siegel plays a local criminal who, after a thug epiphany of sorts at a topless bar, wipes out legions of drug dealers in an effort to carve out turf. There are stockpiles of men willing to do his bidding while he watches on in his neon-colored swish-swish outfit, pawing at a fence like some caged animal -yes, I'm not kidding, Siegel paws - as a mass execution goes down on a basketball court. To show he is some kind of leader, Siegel occasionally spits out obvious truisms; to show he has a trace of humanity, the movie trots a girlfriend and child across the screen, the idea being if you have them, you must be something less than a total bogeyman, although such accoutrements didn't excuse Stalin, or Saddam.
Because "State Property" cannot possibly condone this behavior for an entire movie, Siegel eventually matches up against an equal armed foe and the fate that's predetermined for a straight-away lunatic like him.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By h_escobar901 on July 17, 2012
Format: DVD
The first 4 to 5 minutes are the best part of the movie. The acting is horrendous and the story is just as bad. If you want to watch a so called gangsta movie try Paid in Full.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jose E. Frasco on October 15, 2011
Format: DVD
One of the worst movies I've ever seen, in my life. I would give it zero stars if I could.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nuisance on March 21, 2008
Format: DVD
I love Beanie Sigel. He is the most underrated rapper out of Rocafella Records but this movie stunk like roadkill. Beanie plays a bully who runs around with a group of thugs that beat up on people in their hometown and issue them a warning that goes "get down or lay down"! The main flaw of the movie is that nobody can act. Beanie is so laughable in his role that sometimes I crack up when he comes on screen. He is not the only one who should stick to rapping. Memphis Bleek's character was a riot for all the wrong reasons(when he shot a Beanie's car for honking the horn at him, I laughed so hard that I peed a little. Damon Dash and Jay-z are stiff as mannequins in this movie also. You cant tell that the director knew that this film was rank and told them to keep going anyway. The funniest part is when Beanie's lawyers tell him to cop a plea for a guy he just shot. Lol! His reaction was a hoot! In short this is a bad movie simple and plain. If you want to watch it to see how bad it is then fine. But you were warned.
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