Straight Outta Compton


Action / Biography / Crime / Drama / History / Music


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Paul Giamatti as Jerry Heller
Corey Hawkins as Dr. Dre
Tate Ellington as Bryan Turner
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2hr 27 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by alexise66-492-232777 1 / 10

Good story, bad acting

This is a typical movie that glorifies one party and demonizes another. There are three sides of the story: party A, party B, and the truth. Cops had just as much reason to target young black men as young black men had reason to target innocent people in the streets. The thing that should not be glorified encouraged in young people who are inspired by this film is the terrible attitudes and general lack of respect for anyone. Aside from the dominating racial theme of this movie, the truth of the events that took place is stretched to put it lightly. Fact checking any number of the scenes that were portrayed will lead you to see that the facts were warped in order to convey the story that they wanted rather than the truth. Along with the fictitious plot-line, the acting is cheesy and not believable. There is no stand out performance and one can expect that, as this is many of these young actors' first big time film. This movie is a renter at best; the only saving grace is the music.

Reviewed by Andreas Iversen 9 / 10

A great movie

When reading other reviews about this movie, I really get frustrated due to the lack of understanding about what this movie is really about. A lot of empty reviews only giving 1 star due to "explicit sexual content, and black men who does not respect the law".

What people does not seem to understand is that this is a movie about the rise, and fall of the biggest rap group ever, how they evolved and what power, money, and fame can to a man (and in this case, his relationship to his friends). As much as anything, this movie really is a lot about the abuse that a lot of black males experienced from the police in the 80's (which is still a very relevant topic).

Personally I am a big fan of N.W.A, without that being the reason I am rating this movie 9/10. It is a really interesting true story about some of THE great rap artists of our generation. Great performances by actors who looks a lot like the original group, as well as Paul Giamatti. Great directing, the movie has a really nice action curve, keeping things interesting throughout the movie, and really gives the public a good insight of the life of some of the biggest stars in the world during the 80's/90's.

This is the first time i have ever written an review on IMDb, even though I have a lot of strong opinions about movies, but I really had to come to this movies defence. This is one of those movies I am really expecting to see a 8,3 star rating or something similar, and it really frustrates me to see a lot of people giving this movie unnecessary hate. GREAT MOVIE, if you like N.W.A, it is really worth your while, and if you are not, it is still worth a watch just because of the really intriguing true story that "Straight Out Of Compton" is.

9/10 movie

11/10 will watch again

Reviewed by joelparrish 3 / 10

Made for TV movie

I love this era of music and was really excited when I first heard they were making a movie based on NWA. I must say I was disappointed with the way the story was told and the way certain characters were portrayed. The movie was pretty much from the perspective of Dr Dre and more or less made him out to be the hero. They did everything to portray Eazy as a money grabbing broke loser when it was he who set up NWA. Not only that the time lines of the story were way out of wack, how can Tupac be recording California Love in the Death Row studio in 1993? I also doubt that Dre would've visited Eazy in the hospital as he had no issue with Suge doing his dirty work. This movie was very fictionalised and misses the mark completely. This movie is more suited to daytime telly..overrated crap.

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