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We Don't Need It
Written by Lil' Cease (as Little Ceasar), Lil' Kim (as Lil' Kim) and Trife of Junior M.A.F.I.A.
Equated by Minnesota
Co-Produced by Hot Mike
Performed by Junior M.A.F.I.A.
Courtesy of Undeas Inc./Big Beat Records/Atlantic Records See more »
I thought Sunset Park was an excellent movie about high school basketball. The actors did a good job playing roles that honestly were younger than their actual ages. A lot of sports teams have players that disagree with one another and bicker a lot over small stuff. The Sunset Park players were no different and I thought their depiction of this was well done. The scenes were filmed well and I felt like I feel when I am in NYC. I've watched this film 4 times and each time I enjoy it. I also like this movie b/c it takes me back to my early college days when things were really fun.
Also, on the soundtrack, Aaliyah has a hot joint called "Are You Ready". Check for that.
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