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High School High
High School High
DVD ~ Jon Lovitz
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Underrated parody, August 13, 2010
This review is from: High School High (DVD)
Man, you people are harsh. I didnt think this movie was bad at all. Heck, the first time I saw I fell in love with its stupidity. Back when I first saw it, I would've gave a five stars but now its four stars because the movie loses steam after the i hour mark and the jokes start to become hit or miss. But for the first hour this film is a riot.

The plot is that Richard Clark(Jon Lovitz) leaves Wellington Academy to go teach at Marion Barry High School against his father's best wishes. Richard believes that he can make a difference there and on his way he falls for a gorgeous teacher called Victoria Chappell(Tia Carrere).

High School High was a spoof on those troubled high school kids movies like Dangerous Minds, Lean On Me and Stand And Deliver. Unlike the crap that passes for parody(like anything by Seltzer and Friedberg) HSH hits all its targets and actually has a story tied to the spoof. Compare that with spoofs that are just about picking on pop culture and meaningless gags. Jon Lovitz was hysterical and as a comedic actor he never got enough credit. Tia Carrere was gorgeous as well as funny and Louise Fletcher was funny to as the irascible school principal. Mekhi Phifer as well as the supporting cast add to the laughs too. If you can appreciate parodies that arent extremely gross you might like this one. I feel its one of the most underrated spoofs ever produced by the Zucker Brothers. Two thumbs up.

George Foreman's KO Boxing - Nintendo Super NES
George Foreman's KO Boxing - Nintendo Super NES
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars This game will make you knock yourself out, June 21, 2010
= Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars 
First things first: I LOVE George Foreman but this game is flat out awful. The game in a nutshell is that you are George Foreman and you fight a bunch of no name boxers with super moves. George Foreman has a super punch too but it is rarely effective.

Positives: You have a super punch.

Negatives: Where to start? Your super punch doesnt take as much energy as it should. This game wants to be Super Punch Out so bad but it cant even rise to the level of Buster Douglas Boxing on Sega Genesis. Your opponents have super punches that drain you heavily and since you move sluggishly, they can nail at any time with it. Also their normal punches drain you heavily also. Plus you have to mash three buttons repeatedly to get up and sometime George doesnt want to get up.

In conclusion this game is not a challenge its just frustrating and badly made. You're better off playing Super Punch Out and Boxing Legends Of The Ring. Trust me on this one.

Battle Of The Sexes
Battle Of The Sexes
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Ludacool J, March 30, 2010
This review is from: Battle Of The Sexes (Audio CD)
I will cut straight to the chase with this review. This album while better than Chicken N Beer is still suspect. The problem with it is that Ludacris is trying too hard to pander to the ladies instead of being that gifted MC we all know he's capable of being. This album sounds like the wack albums that LL Cool J has been recording after The G.O.A.T. Before I get to what makes this album bad I will talk about the good.

Hey Ho feat Lil Kim and Lil Fate is not bad. B.O.T.S. Radio feat I.20 and Shawnna is cool too. The Intro fools you because it causes you to believe that this album is going to be hot which you will hear later on is not. My Chick Bad feat the extremely overrated Nicki Minaj and the remix feat Eve, Diamond and Trina might get some rotation. Tell Me A Secret with Ne-Yo gets a pass too. That is where it stops.

The Bad: How Low is perhaps the most boring club record in recent memory. I dont care how many times the radio tries to beat that song into your subconscious, the track sucks! Equally boring tracks would follow in the form Cant Live With You feat Monica(which is a waste of her talent and your time), Party No Mo feat Gucci Mane and Everybody Drunk feat Lil Scrappy. I Know You Got A Man must be the most painfully bad song for the ladies that I've heard next to Ja Rule's Mesmerized feat Ashanti. I hope I'm not the only one that thinks that Sexting is corny as hell and should have never made it to disc and listen to this cheesy hook while you're at it "So I'm just sitting in this rehab class/ trying to get myself unhooked on a**/ so then my teacher asked me a question/ Like Ludacris are you over there sexting/ Ha ha OMG/ Lol KIT/ Smiling faces / X and O/ LMFAO"(??????!!!!???).

In short this album is a mess. I know people love Ludacris and thinks he is a tight lyricist but dont use that as an excuse to see past this album's glaring flaws. I love Ludacris and think he's a tight MC too. I thought Theater Of The Mind was an excellent album but Battle Of The Sexes SUCKS! This album sounds like something LL Cool J would make(thats why I gave my review that title). You dont believe me? Listen to Cant Live With You, Sex Room, I Do It All Night, I Know You Got A Man, Feelin So Sexy and Tell Me A Secret and imagine LL Cool J's rhymes about women over those tracks. Now you see what Im talking about.
thumbs down.

Standouts: B.O.T.S. RADIO, HEY HO, TELL ME A SECRET, MY CHICK BAD(original and remix).
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Middle Finger U
Middle Finger U
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Saucepect Money, January 23, 2010
This review is from: Middle Finger U (Audio CD)
Anybody that is familiar with Sauce Money knows that he was under Hova's wing and was supposed to be the next big thing. The only obstacles that stopped that was bad promotion and this album. Is this album bad? Not bad per se but it is a questionable. The production is suspect and sometimes the Sauce Money sounds uninspired here too. Dont get me wrong. If he came out with better production and at a time when skills counted he would be as legendary as Kool Moe Dee. In this day and time and with this album that will never happen.

The Good: We Gonna Rock, For My Hustlaz are tracks that show off Sauce Money's skills. Chart Climbin was dope off of the 3 Strikes album and its dope here. Both tracks with Jigga(Face Off 2000 and Pre-Game are dope. Section 53 Row 78 is a touching tribute to his mother that passed on. Say Unkle is tight even though the hook is fishy. The album closes off with What We Do feat Memphis Bleek who does a decent job at complementing Sauce Money rhymes over a mellow track.

The Suspect: Love & War, Middle Finger U, and Whats That F*** That are boring as hell. What's My Name is tight lyrically beat the beat is suspect.

The Ugly: C My 1s featuring Bam-Bue is wack juice... period. That song is not the biggest offense though. Do You See feat Puffy is supremely wack. I know that Sauce Money wrote I'll Be Missing You for Puffy but that doesnt mean that he has to make a track with that hip hop killer. Intruder Alert sucks something awful too and that is the worst beat that DJ Premier has ever created hands down. The skits are a waste of time too.

Conclusion: Sauce Money's Middle Finger U is a disappointing album from an MC that is capable of much better work. The beats are questionable and Sauce Money phones it in half the time. If you are interested in this album then get it at a cheap price at a pawn shop so you dont feel cheated when you find out how weak it is.


Code Red
Code Red
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ring The Alarm!, January 13, 2010
This review is from: Code Red (Audio CD)
Question: What is the difference between Fresh Prince and Will Smith(rapper wise)? Answer: Fresh Prince was hip hop and Will Smith is hip pop. Fresh Prince had a style worth talking about while Will Smith's style is unabashedly cheesy. I know I have gained a lot of unhelpful votes for saying that but it has to be said. And now for the review......

Code Red was Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince last studio album together and shows we fell in love with Fresh Prince in the first place. He was the master at making nice party jams and it shows in tracks likes Boom! Shake The Room, I Wanna Rock, Scream and Somethin Like Dis. Im' Looking For The One(To Be With Me) was and still is the jam(even though Teddy Riley was on it--Im sorry but every MC that has made a track with him hasnt been the same ever since). Will gets nostalgic on No Place Like Home and I've always preferred the street version of Boom Shake The Room over the original.

In closing this album was the last time Will Smith was hip hop. The production was tight and Fresh Prince's flow was on point. This album is perfect for anybody that genuinely loves fun hip hop that they can kick back and listen too or something they can put on at a cookout. Code Red delivers big time.


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Kwame still on point, January 12, 2010
This review is from: Nastee (Audio CD)
This album was heavily slept-on and caused his next album Incognito to be ignored. Its sad because this album was pretty good and was the last great album that Kwame' made(Incognito was suspect). No longer were his clever sexual references hidden. This album is a little bit more profane but it doesnt take away from the quality of the album.

One listen to Ding Dong and you'll guess where Busta Rhymes took the chorus for Dangerous from. Kwame's lyrical finesse is evidenced in tracks like Nastee, Ding Dong, Can You Feel It, Cantwinfaloozin and U Got It. Kwame still holds it down with the ladies on tracks like Thatthewaydatitgoez, Without U and These Wordz. The only tracks I didnt feel were Shaboom and Dontmatta.

Lyrically this album is tight and the production is nice to since we all know that Kwame is a dope producer. Its sad that people forgotten what Kwame brought to hip hop: Fun, skills and tight production to back him up. People can trounce Kwame all they want but he never pretended to be a fictional mob character that only existed in a movie. Kwame is what he always was: A B-boy.


Blah Blah Blah
Blah Blah Blah
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nothing Blah about this album, January 11, 2010
This review is from: Blah Blah Blah (Audio CD)
I'm not going to pretend that I know why this album was poorly promoted and thus slept-on and who might have been responsible for it. But I will tell you that this is one of the best hip hop albums of 1996 and is one of the most underrated albums of 1996 next to Chino XL's Here To Save You All.

The duo consists of PF Cuttin and rapper Outloud. The production is dope from start to finish and Outloud's flow is fantastic. The guy really has skills. Tracks like Blah Blah Blah, Dont Let This Rap S*** Fool You, Pain I Feel and Long Winded prove my point perfectly.

Danger was an instant banger and Danger part 2 feat Smoothe The Hustler, La The Darkman and Trigga is tight too. Good Cop Bad Cop is a well told story of two cops with two different mentalities and Sendin Dem Back is dope too.

As far as flaws there are none. This album is one of the few slept-on releases that deserve the title classic. If you love hip hop and you are sick of the rubbish that get airplay on the radio nowadays then you need to get acquainted with this album pronto.


Street's Disciple II: 14 Songs
Street's Disciple II: 14 Songs
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A waste of time, January 10, 2010

01. American Way by Nas featuring Kelis

02. These Are Our Heroes

03. Sekou Story by Nas featuring Scarlett

04. Live Now by Nas featuring Scarlett

05. Just A Moment by Nas featuring Quan

06. Reason by Nas featuring Emily

07. Suicide Bounce by Nas featuring Busta Rhymes

08. Street's Disciple by Nas featuring Olu Dara

09. U.B.R. (Unauthorized Biography Of Rakim)

10. Virgo by Nas featuring Ludacris and Doug E. Fresh

11. Bridging The Gap by Nas featuring Olu Dara 4:00

12. War by Nas Featuring Keon Bryce

13. Getting Married

14. No One Else In The Room by Nas Featuring Maxwell

15. Me & You (Dedicated To Destiny)

16. Thief's Theme

Now do you see why I say this album is a waste of time? If you have Streets Disciple you really dont need this so-called album. It amazes me how many great hip hop albums where shelved with no way of seeing the light of day but these hairless ape record executives have time to fiddle around with a Nas album. As I said before if you have Street's Disciple stick with that. You're not missing much here.

Yo! Bum Rush The Show
Yo! Bum Rush The Show
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo! Get this classic, December 16, 2009
This review is from: Yo! Bum Rush The Show (Audio CD)
Maybe its just me but when you say an album is a classic, it should get 5 stars. There are reviewers on Amazon that call this album a classic and give it four stars. Hmmmmmmm, interesting. At any rate..

I fell in love with this album when I first heard it. Chuck D has a fantastic flow and a voice that commands authority. Flava Flav was wild and Terminator X comes through with the scratches. Chuck D also had something to say and that a definite plus. He helped open up the doors for social awareness in Hip Hop and still doesnt get enough credit for it.

In closing Public Enemy's Yo! Bum Rush The Show is a classic that should be a part of any hip hop heads collection. The rhymes were excellent and the production is superb. Two thumbs up from me.


Jewel of the Nile
Jewel of the Nile
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Unfairly overlooked (3 and 1/2 stars), December 14, 2009
This review is from: Jewel of the Nile (Audio Cassette)
Nice & Smooth's debut album was a classic. Aint A Damn Thing Changed was an excellent follow up but Blazing Hot Vol. 4 set them back as that album was their weakest. This album came and went because at that time hip hop was changing and a lot of those so-called hip hop heads were quick to label the old school veterans of hop hop as hasbeens and washed up. The two singles for Jewel Of The Nile, Hip Hop Freaks and Old To The New failed to gain any attention and caused this album to be overlooked. Its sad because this album is not bad. I will divide this album up between jewels(good songs) and Cubic zirconias(bad songs).

Jewels: Return Of The Hip Hop Freaks is instantly catchy and reminds you of that vintage Nice & Smooth sound. Old To The New is a good track but it was not a good choice for a single. Sky's The Limit, Let's All Get Down feat Slick Rick , Save The Children feat Everlast of House Of Pain are all tight tracks and The No Bones Remix is a gem in its own right.

Cubic Zirconias: Do Whatcha Gotta, Doin Our Own Thang are weak. Blunts and Get F***ed Up are just as bad. But the biggest offense is the track Cheri. Its an R&B track where you know who(Smooth B) tries to SING! Wow, just wow.

Conclusion: Nice & Smooth's Jewel Of The Nile deserves a second listen. Its true that this album is not flawless but its has enough gems to give some rotation. Contrast that with hip hop albums nowadays that have little to no rotation. Its way better than Blazing Hot Vol 4.

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