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All Eyez on Me Reviews

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May 17, 2019
This movie was way too preachy for me. I thought the Tupac Resurrection documentary was a lot better
February 18, 2019
I went to go see it on the big screen and I bought the blu-ray .. Enough said :)
½ January 20, 2019
Itï¿ 1/2 1/2(TM)s ight
½ December 15, 2018
I Thought The Mix Of Film Story Into Actual News Footage, Music Videos & Reinactments Of Infamous Moments Affecting aTupac Shakur's Life Was Really Good. The Attempts Of Tupac To Make A Mark Outside Of The Norm Flowing From His Mother's Influence Are Constant In The Storyline, But The Anecdotes Are Not Pieced Together Well. The Focus Thus Shifts Haphazardly, But In Terms Of A Biopic, It Does Well To Raise Interest For People (Like Myself) Are Not Hardcore Fans Of The 'Gangsta Rap' Scene.
½ October 24, 2018
Horrible movie it's all over the place and hard to follow
August 18, 2018
After watching old interviews of the real Tupac, he had a big smile a lot and was full of life in many of the interviews. I'm sure he had problems too, but that's all this movie focused on about him was the negativity and it was so depressing and kind of boring.
July 15, 2018
Movie moves fast with little in-depth character development.
½ July 14, 2018
One of the best films I have ever seen
June 21, 2018
This movie is a total disrespect and a failure to Tupac's legacy. Demetrius Shipp Jr. did a phenomenal job recapturing the king of hip-hop, but the whole movie itself is an dishonest, incoherent, sloppy, and unfaithful pile of garbage!
½ June 1, 2018
The wait for a legendary biopic about the legendary Tupac continues.
May 11, 2018
Amazing movie. Not sure why there is all the hate. It was a spectacular movie that played everything so well!
May 3, 2018
Filme resume a vida de 2pac, mostrando como o mesmo cresceu na carreira, depois como foi se tornando bandido e trocando de gravadora... e como passou a ter inimigos na própria musica morreu assassinado... talvez um filme muito curto que no começo tudo foi muito acelerado...
April 21, 2018
This movie was corny. It looked more like a lifetime movie than a major motion picture.
½ April 5, 2018
2Pac is one of my favorite rappers in my era, which was the 90's. California love is my most favorite. His collaboration with dr.Dre was legit and it still is.

This movie was alright. I feel like there were missing moments that didn't dug deeper into his life. Perhaps the movie was lacking its presentation to 2pac's life. Demetrius Shipp Jr.'s portrayal of 2pac was pretty good. almost feel like he was still alive. the idea where a man gives his thoughts on the matter of the world and especially what's going on in america is powerful. Which i think that whatever we've tried to achieve has made us go back to square one because of today. but i think 2pac's message and everyone else who dares to make a point across to all of us is still viable to not just america but to the world. this biopic still proves that idea. all eyes on me seemed a bit rush but you still get epic rap moments with him but if you one of those fans that listened to his music back then, you know he was ultimately an inspirational to a lot of us and he still is. i feel this movie didn't do much for me but his music alone makes it a reminder that we still got a lot going on in america.
April 4, 2018
It has a Z because it's from the hood, yo!
ALL EYEZ ON ME
Before this film, I hadn't heard one single 2pac song. All I knew was that he was shot. After this movie, my curiosity hasn't increased, I won't go home to hear more of him, as I feel his legacy has been spat on by this careless movie. This has no regard to a what a biopic should be and it's a fantastic showcase of ignorance behind the camera. Besides the average to poor performances (the mother aims for Meryl but ends up in Lohan), all the technical and creative efforts amount to nothing palpable on screen. The least this movie could do was sparing us the 2h20min runtime so it became more bearable yet, of course, this black sheep as been rotten since this horrifying script's inception. Although it's solid from an ideological point of view, the directing and the editing work together to produce a chaotic overcome. The director has no idea where to place the camera or how to compose a good looking shot or even the relationship and distance to the camera and what that tells the audience. Mise-en-scene and a respect for angle rules are foreign concepts. It also makes a poor use of the token cinematic devices like unforgivable fades to black, messy flares, idiotic slowmo and specially an unjustifiable use of shaky cam. However, the most sinful aspect in this movie is Oscar winner Joel Cox's editing which has the focus of a rabbit on speed. Structurally it crumbles as inter-cutting an interview with flashbacks is so beaten up that you have to do it inventively at this point; All scenes are cut so carelessly, trying to cram every shot with more cuts than a Marvel movie, that it makes up for a disorienting experience. 90% of the shots don't go together even if you put super glue on them; and any level of commotion is treated with a tide of shots that neither make sense together nor they serve a purpose. Adding to the fact that tonal shifts are more than plenty throughout the movie, you simply can't get immersed. There was no care storyboarding, shooting or editing this movie. The result is a story worth telling done in the most haphazardly fashion.
March 28, 2018
I honestly don't know how accurate this is on Tupac's life, because I didn't catch his albums. But as far as the movie goes, it is pretty satisfying, entertaining and fun to watch, which I think it is the most important. I like the directing style, which is almost non linear until to the climax, which is nice. The actor has an amazing resemblance to Tupac, and plays it amazingly so prompts there. What I really didn't like that much, was the fact that it was somewhat rushed, and not enough time spent with some key characters influencing Tupac's life. Overall it's a good movie, and great depiction of 2pac's lifestyle.
March 26, 2018
What a mess. This movie got so much hype and it ended up being a mediocre lifetime movie. So many missed opportunities, so much filler. Demetrius Shipp did a great job portraying Tupac, but there was so much anyone could do with that script. On top of that, the scenes were just chopped together, they flow was unnatural and so much seemed unnecessary. It was a long, long movie with hardly any redeeming qualities. Such a shame.
March 7, 2018
It was cool to see some of the story here but seemed a little rushed. Good acting though.
March 2, 2018
The lead actor in the title role does a great job as Tupac, and the music is great, but there is very little depth into the life of the rapper.
½ February 17, 2018
Was too much of a replica of everything, movie scenes videos, wanted more of thriller story line!
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