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Written by Craig Lawson, Bobby Sandimanie (as Bobby Sandimanie, Jr.), Jonathan Smith and Michael Tyler
Performed by Disturbing tha Peace featuring Ludacris, Mystikal and I-20
Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
There gotta be some HATERS out there cuz this movie score is way outta wack at a 3.6. This movie was glamorized but T.I. kicking it with his crew and trying to figure out a good life was a true to life performance. The direction was beautiful and it really gave people a taste of hot-lanta. Everything combine for an accomplished finish and a smooth fun ride. I am so glad I watched it you will be too.
I wondered, as you would, how can a movie capture the ATL? The attitudes, style and environment puts you right on the streets down south. To represent the south I think this movie adds pride to it's image right now. Other then that, Chris Robinson is a killer behind the camera. The shots really hooked me into the film. If that's not enough, the cast was dead on, especially for some new comers.
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