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A documentary that chronicles the life of young college professor Angela Davis, and how her social activism implicates her in a botched kidnapping attempt that ends with a shootout, four dead, and her name on the FBI's 10 most wanted list.
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When the twins' mother is napping on the couch, the money in her bra is facing one way. When the scene goes to the twins and then back to the mom, the money changes positions. See more »
Why don't you cut across the middle and get your feet wet?
Why don't you go roll neck at somebody else and get up out mine's?
I'm just trying to help you out! Your takeoff is weak and you're starting to make Rashad look bad!
[frowns at her]
I don't like you. I really don't!
[points to the rink]
Uh-oh. And why don't you go catch up?
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What You Know
Written by T.I. (as Clifford Harris), Aldrin Davis, Gabriel W. Arillo, Curtis Mayfield,
Leroy Huston and Donny Hathaway
Produced by Toomp
Performed by T.I.
Courtesy of Grand Hustle/Atlantic Recording Corporation See more »
ATL is a great movie for all involved in it i think that it is very underrated movie. They thought that it was going to be a movie in the vein of boys in the hood with it's social commentary about the state of black people in todays world, but it just ain't that movie. ATL dosen't have long speeches about African American culture from people drinking 40's and playing dominos. ATL dosen't subscribe to HOOD stereyotypes in fact no one in this movie is ever shown Drinking Beer or Smoking weed, sure ANT deals drugs but you don't see people ever smoke it. it's a movie that isn't about images but about the problems that the characters face that are real to life. the people have problems like what to do after high school and looking out for your family and friends. The actors in this moie are well cast the actors seem to really know their characters, and most of all TI is perfect in this movie he has a great energy that helps fits the movie to a T
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