BMF: The Rise and Fall of a Hip-Hop Drug Empire
In 15-years the Black Mafia Family, or BMF as they were called, made close to 300 million dollars trafficking cocaine from Atlanta to Los Angeles. In the Hip-Hop music industry they created a front company called BMF Entertainment, which was a perfect mix of drugs, violence, and street cred that makes their story Hip-Hop's version of the Godfather. This film explores the story of the 15-year investigation by the DEA, FBI and an elite drug task force called HIDTA, which resulted in 41 defendants across the country being charged in one of the largest drug conspiracy cases ever.
THE BLACK MAFIA FAMILY explores the story of the 15-year investigation that resulted in 41 defendants across the country being charged in one of the largest drug conspiracy cases ever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
BMF: The Rise and Fall of a Hip-Hop Drug Empire torrent reviews
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(fr) wrote: it's a nice work, but very hard too.
(ca) wrote: I'm not really sure how I felt about this picture. Michael Douglas plays this teacher/writer who is trying to fix his personal problems while finding a way to get his novel published. The Douglas character befriends a young student who is a gifted writer named James Leer played by Tobey McGuire but he is seen as rather dark, lifeless, and an enigma. The film also shows a lot about the campus lifestyle and well to be honest I never went to a university or went to any prestigious seminars, so it was all very alienating to me and overall the film didn't really touched me as I thought it would. The best performance imo goes to Michael Douglas as the teacher/writer Prof. Grady Tripp who is seen as someone going through a crisis in his life, who hasn't gotten out of the hippie life and enjoys blazing a joint or two. Tripp's salvation is his upcoming novel and his mistress (later on woman to be) Sara Gaskell played by Frances McDormand.
(mx) wrote: Well-done movie on a powerful subject.
(ag) wrote: This movie was straight up stupid, the only thing that I liked in this movie was Rourke, and his Harley, he was pretty damn sexy other then that, this movie was a waste of time I just can't believe I sat thought the whole thing prolly because of Rourke.
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(nl) wrote: Pulls few (if any) punches, probably ahead of its time. Plenty of guts but little glory......
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