Biggie & Tupac is a no holds barred investigation into the unsolved murders of two of the biggest superstars rap has ever produced; Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur. Nick Broomfield hits the streets, putting his life at risk as he uncovers sensational new evidence that points directly to the involvement of the LAPD and imprisoned Death Row records co-founder Marion 'Suge' Knight in the slayings.
Broomfield came off as a complete douche canoe in most of the interviews and as it kept going on i became increasingly annoyed by him altogether. I did however choose to continue through the whole documentary as new info was brought to my attention.
It was definitely a different perspective the two artists murders. I think Ms. Wallace is still looking for answers to your son's murder. I think there are a few people who know more than they are revealing.
The dude doing the documentary needed to just stop talking all together. His take on the matter and the way he intrusively attempted to approach people involved made the film come across more like a paparazzi puff piece.
Him not a fan of rap or this may have been a five star. This is so much more than a Doc. investigative journalism that got to the core of these killings. A chance to see what a wonderful lady Biggies mom is. I would recommend to anyone.