Flick In A Limerick,

Christopher Wallace better known as Notorious
Makes it out of the struggle becoming victorious
Documented life and times
Of his life and his rhymes
Leaving behind a legacy that glorious

Shot Caller – Emmet Malloy

Role Play ( Voletta Wallace, Damion “D-Roc” Butler, Sean “P.Diddy” Combs, Lil Cease, Gwendolyn Wallace, Faith Evans)

Nose Candy

“A pictures worth a thousand words what will a video do?”

“The story doesn’t have to have a tragic ending”

“I never knew how you could be so mad at a dead person”

“One red light can change your life forever”

“As ironic as the album title Ready to Die was, it was really a cry out to live”

Style Points

+ Documentary framework
+ Jamaica scene
+Map animation scenes
+ Rare home videos

Money Shot

Funeral scene

The Big Finish

Of all the movies I have seen on the notorious one this is by far the best. Reason being is that this piece did not focus so much on Bigs music, beefs and untimely death. Don’t get me wrong it is always great to relive all of the highlights from Bigs illustrious career changing the hip hop game forever. This film however offers an alternative providing viewers a behind the scenes glimpse into the rappers personal life with stories from those that knew him personally. For every generation the story needs to be retold in a way that is relevant for that specific time period. The angles on the interviews were well shot. Sean “P.Diddy” Combs is charismatic in whatever he does. Bigs mom Voletta Wallace is precious and getting an opportunity to hear from Bigs grandmother Gwendolyn for once is also a welcomed sight. Damion “D-Roc” Butler once sacrificed his livelihood so the world could have his friend Big and years later he continues to do the same. Bigs passion, skill and cultural impact continue to live on by relentlessly passing down the legend.

– Caleb Harris

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