Tupac - Resurrection (Widescreen Edition)
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Top Customer Reviews
Courtesy of old audio interviews and soundbytes, Tupac tells the story of his life in a way that few others could. From his birth as the son of a Black Panther to his final days in Vegas, Pac goes into detail on it all. Though commentary on his fatal shooting is clearly actually that of his first shooting at a New York recording studio, there are still some very eerie moments here. He talks about his days on Death Row Records in the past tense even though he was there until the day he died, he predicts his own downfall many times, and speaks candidly on a number of subjects that will really surprise you. The inclusion of Shakur's music is another thing that helps seperate this from a lot of the other documentaries on his life. To be able to hear the man himself speak on some of his best and most controversial recordings while they play in the background makes a huge difference.
"Resurrection" really plays like a companion piece to one of Pac's albums. It provides all of the visuals to go with the stories that Pac tells in his complex rhymes. It isn't just a story about rap music though. We're not spending exhausting moments of time in the studio or on concert. This isn't about Tupac the rapper.Read more ›
The DVD: This is a very good package of bonus features for Tupac Shakur fans. In "Interviews", you will find a never-before-seen interview from 1992, recorded by MTV while Shakur was recording "A Very Special Christmas, Vol.Read more ›
Let Pac rest in Peace! He was already his biggest critic. If you're going to tell a story about him then tell all sides. If your going to scream about him being a thug, then also scream about him being politically conscious.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was always of the impression that Tupac Amaru Shakur had what was coming to him. I loved his music, d lyrics and flow were unbelievable but I didn't see him as anything other... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chichi
This movie schooled me. I didn't know anything about Tupacs, and this gives some deep insight into him, and human nature in general.Published 11 months ago by deadboy
At the time I bought this it was good. Now, its collecting dust.Published 13 months ago by Jason Edwads