I like the documentary like feel to this movie. i like the stripped down rawness of it; in that sense it is not just another gang banger, not just another gang drama, or, maybe it is just another knock-off... it is just a movie about a day-in-the-life (day,week,month,year,decade... whatever). entertainment so unreal, yet it is real; and it is so real that it is unreal. it is appalling, it is horrific, and it is not cleaned up and polished off in the end, nor anywhere else throughout. for these reason, killa season is IT, far surpasses it's predecesor paid in full.
If you can make any sense out of it... then this movie just might be the one for you.
However, if youre not ready for the reality of unconsionable violence and... other shockers, well then, this movie most definately, probably, won't be for you (Haha). But, i like to be shocked, but the shock is something that is soooo hard to get these days; this movie shocked me, though, and it is one i will watch over-and-over just to analyze the truth of "what's shocking."
And is it acceptable to look directly into the face of... and possibly try to understand... what's going on. what's really going on.