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American Pimp - Raw Outtakes and The Hard Truth (with Official CD Soundtrack)
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American Pimp, the feature documentary by the Hughes Bros. that earned a Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury nomination, explores the fascinating subculture of street pimps. Released in 1999 to a limited theatrical run, the doc aired repeatedly on HBO. Pent-up demand for more inspired this DVD of unreleased film footage, including extended interviews with Snoop Dogg and the other ghetto-fabulous characters introduced in the original film, such as veteran pimps Rosebudd, Payroll and Ken Red, plus newcomers Charm, C-Note and T-Mack.
DVD Program Listing:
Extended interviews with :
2. Ken Red
3. Snoop Dogg
Also available for the first time and only in this release is the highly-anticipated soundtrack from the film. The soundtrack features 13 pimp-approved songs taken from and inspired by the original film, interspersed with unforgettable and repeatable sound bites from this film's classic pimp-culture dialogue.
CD Soundtrack Track List:
1. A Pimp Is Only As Good As His Product (Dialogue) - Paul Harris as Blind Man (from the 1973 film, The Mack)
2. Skin Tight - Ohio Players
3. Mary Magdalene (Dialogue) - Gorgeous George
4. I Want'a Do Something Freaky To You - Leon Haywood
5. Bitch (Dialogue) - Kenny Redd
6. Easin' In - Edwin Starr
7. Call My Ho (Dialogue) - Rosebudd
8. Bustin' Out - Rick James
9. Workin' Everyday (Dialogue) - Brad
10. Kung Fu - Curtis Mayfield
11. Be Thankful For What You Got - William DeVaughn
12. Fish To Water (Dialogue) - Brad
13. Bread & Butter (Dialogue) - Don Juan
14. Slide - Slave
15. Bitch (Dialogue) - Payroll
16. Pursuit Of The Pimpmobile - Isaac Hayes
17. Goon Hand (Dialogue) - Brad
18. Don't Mess With Mr. T - Marvin Gaye
19. Riding High - Faze-O
20. The World Is A Ghetto - War
21. Visionary (Dialogue) - Don Juan
22. After The Dance - Marvin Gaye
23. Heaven (Dialogue) - Rosebudd
Top Customer Reviews
The original was slickly edited to create a rather seemless documentary - in this unfortunate follow-up we see the Pimps as they truly are - unable to create a single coherant sentence. What you'll hear is one full hour of sentences like, "And then I met this Ho U-know-what-I'm-Sayin, and we were vibing U-know-what-I'm-Sayin and she was trying to play U-know-what-I'm-Sayin so I put my Pimp moves on her U-know-what-I'm-Sayin and soon she was inline with my pimpin U-know-what-I'm-Sayin and it was tight U-know-what-I'm-Sayin", or you get Rosebudd spending 5 full minutes trying to figure out which hotel one of his hoes was murdered in - extrememly boring stuff.
Ironically, pimps talk about the need to have good verbal skills and all, but after listenting to this it was obvious that most 3 year olds have better verbal skills than they do. Also there was nothing "raw" about this really except that you hear the word that rhymes with witch about 3,000 times, but they already did that in the original. There is a long interview with Snoop Dogg but it's not very interesting at all, and certainly not enlightening.
As for the soundtrack, I havn't listened to it yet but you could download those songs from the internet for free so why spend money buying this CD?
All in all this is a very sad effort U-know-what-I'm-Sayin ?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was not a very good movie. I would not recommend this movie to anyone.Published 22 months ago by Bobby J. Dillard
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It was so startling because I've never seen anything so real. And the music was just fascinating and soulful. I liked this very much.Published on February 9, 2013 by Deborah
I LOOKED AROUND FOR A GREAT DEAL & I GOT 1 . IT WAS FAST EASY MY ORDER CAME VERY QUICK IN A FEW DAYS & IT WAS BRAND NEW I LOVED IT.Published on May 9, 2008 by Angela Finley