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Ashleigh Louise Klaassen 1 year ago
Going in knowing nothing I enjoyed this a lot.
Natalie over 1 year ago
really enjoyed this, would have been 5 stars but the bias - where was dre's abuse?
Freddie Kay over 3 years ago
"Captures and invigorates"
Leif Jacobson over 3 years ago
Some of the finest performances of 2015. An exceptional biopic.
Nick Fenton over 3 years ago
Real good
Tony Gandía over 3 years ago
Competent biopic; handles lots of materials deftly; Mitchell is A+ but Jackson Jr is not
Frederik Værum Olesen 4 years ago
#1 Hip Hop story ever told! I hope they will make a sequel, focusing on Dre and Death Row
Oisin F 4 years ago
Pretty good biopic but probably chock full of bias
Dónal Kennedy 4 years ago
Stuffy direction keeps this fine biopic from classic status.
Jake Boone 12 months ago
Maxime D. Iyebi over 1 year ago
Molly Flanagan over 1 year ago
Valentine Godolphim over 1 year ago
Darklordzden over 1 year ago
john almost 2 years ago
Jonathan Evans over 2 years ago
Adam Meehan 3 years ago
Edsel Dope 3 years ago
Becky over 3 years ago
Jennifer Kaiser over 3 years ago
In 1987, five young men, using brutally honest rhymes and hardcore beats, put their frustration and anger about life in the most dangerous place in America into the most powerful weapon they had: their music. Taking us back to where it all began, Straight Outta Compton tells the true story of how these cultural rebels—armed only with their lyrics, swagger, bravado and raw talent—stood up to the authorities that meant to keep them down and formed the world’s most dangerous group, N.W.A. And as they spoke the truth that no one had before and exposed life in the hood, their voice ignited a social revolution that is still reverberating today.
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