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Joshua Pope (Busta Rhymes) returns to his childhood home to claim the inheritance his late father has left him only to find that the local police have turned the town upside down and are ruling with an iron fist. So, with the help of an old friend (Xzibit) and his cohorts,Pope sets out to reclaim the town he once loved...by any means necessary. Tounge and cheek 70's style action picture set in a comic book style universe. Written by
I wasn't hoping for much, but I got nothing at all.
I understand that these sort of "Gangsta" flicks don't exactly rely on a complicated plot line or interesting character developments. I wasn't hoping for much, but I got nothing at all. The plot isn't just basic it's stupidly boring, for the first 40 minutes Busta Rhymes drives around in his 64 talking to the various bad actors scattered along the most boring setting one could ever pick for a gangster flick.
Although not classics, movies featuring rap stars are usually entertaining in the past, that is not the case with Full Clip. Watching paint dry is more interesting than seeing Busta Rhymes trying to make something out of this mess.
Full Clip is filled with unfunny conversations about nothing in particular, there is not a single interesting character in this movie. The acting is just as bad as the dialogue. I think this movie will disappoint even the most ignorant teenybopper viewers.
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