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Three 6 Mafia: Choices - The Movie (2001)

Shot largely in Three 6 Mafia's hometown of Memphis, TN, Choices examines the conflict between right and wrong and is based on the life of an ex-convict and the choices that he makes trying to get his life on the right track.

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D.J. (as D.J. Paul)
Cassie Betts ...
Keisha
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Alonzo
La Chat ...
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Juice
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Rodney Wickfall ...
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Shot largely in Three 6 Mafia's hometown of Memphis, TN, Choices examines the conflict between right and wrong and is based on the life of an ex-convict and the choices that he makes trying to get his life on the right track.

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Crime | Drama

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Followed by Choices 2 (2004) See more »

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Low budget, slow, and free
15 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the DVD movie that comes from the Choices II soundtrack. While Three 6 Mafia are considered gods in Memphis for their music, they fall short in the full length film. Staring all the members of Hypnotize Minds (the record label owned by Three 6 Mafia) really lets you see your local legends in a whole new spotlight. Lil Wyte makes his film debut here as well. The reason I only give this move 7 stars is because of the major flaws in the production of this movie. 1) The plot is extremely hard to follow due to the constant muttering of the "actors". 2) The sets are very poorly done. 3) Special lighting is non existent.

There are positive aspects of this movie... Well at least one, you guessed it: the soundtrack, as it is the choices II album.

Its worth wasting a couple stoned hours on, but don't expect anything or you'll turn it off after the first scene.


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