I only started this thread because I already did a search on a review or discussion thread and none came up. I just got back from seeing this documentary detailing much of the life of rap icon Tupac Shakur. First and foremost, I'm not a biased moviewatcher in that I don't have posters of Tupac on my wall, Thug Life tattoos covering my body, etc., but I thought it was extremely well done and gave a fresh view to the artist which some people may not be familar with. I went in with pretty high expectations considering the reviews I'd read and since the subject matter is one of the rappers I hold in highest regards. I'd have to agree with Roger Ebert in that this is the "rap documentary" for even the people who do not like rap. It focused a lot on Tupac Shakur's life, influences, music, an ultimately, his goals and views of what he wanted for the world and the community. If there's anyone who's on the fence about seeing it, I'd highly recommend it. For anyone who's a fan of Tupac, It only serves to bolster a lot of his character and edify the personality he wanted people to remember.