Streets Is Watching

Streets Is Watching

A musical film in which Jay-Z compiles many of his unreleased music videos into a continuous film. The film takes place in Jay-Z's old neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1998
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  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hip hop,   home video,  

Hip-hop artist Jay-Z tells a story about life in the streets, combining a narrative structure and musical numbers into an autobiographical tale of his life in Brooklyn, from hustler to performer. The title of the video comes from his album {^In My Lifetime, Vol. 1 and also includes numbers by M.O.P, Sauce Money, and Memphis Bleek. This is Jay-Z's first direct-to-video release; it's self-directed, . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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KingDoge G (ca) wrote: Pretty funny. Liked it.

Leo L (ru) wrote: Crazy funny! Here is a movie that centralizes around three close pals, Meet, Amar, and Prem. After three years, they meet up and share stories of their married life with their significant others. Realizing that no one is truly happy in their marriage, they decide that the best alternative is to go out and seek excitement for themselves. Believing that they will never get it at home, they embark on a crazy and hilarious adventure of mischief. They meet an utterly irresistible, and vivacious woman named Monica, and all three hopelessly fall in love. Little do they know, their significant others are aware of their scheme and decide to teach them a lesson with the help of family and friends. Great cast- Vivek Oberoi, Aftab Shivdasani, Ritesh Deshmukh, Ajay Devgan, Amrita Rao, Genelia, Tara Sharma, and Lara Dutta. Worthy!

Brian B (gb) wrote: An awesome duo of Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan! Terrific fun, action, adventure, and comedy! Get ready woohoo!

David E (ag) wrote: For his film debut, director Mario Van Peebles did an outstanding job! The acting was very great & tense (Ice T was no nonsense & straightforward, Judd Nelson was just as the same as Ice T, Wesley Snipes was very crude & powerful as Nino Brown, & Chris Rock as the drugged Pookie was very realistic); the plot focused on the crack epidemic & drug dealing that was plaguing major cities at the time (in this case, the Big Apple), thus showing how drugs can cause corruption in both social & health terms; & the action/crime sequences were superb. "New Jack City" is one the best films of the 1990s & pretty much the best film to feature Ice T & Wesley Snipes; it was amazing!

Fernando Z (br) wrote: This Movie Scared me so much back when it came out a while ago, I still like it.

Stella D (gb) wrote: i haven't seen it in awhile but this is a pretty good and suspenseful slasher that was filmed in my town :)

Ken T (it) wrote: So, this is the girl version of Tony and Sidney movie"

Cael M (us) wrote: The Big Gundown is easily one of the best spaghetti westerns, starring two huge stars of the genre, Lee Van Cleef and Tomas Milian. 1966 was a big year for spaghetti westerns, with huge ones such as The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly and Django coming out, and The Big Gundown, coming out in the same year, may arguably rank among them. It has all the great elements that we all love about the genre, such as big, exaggerated gunfights and cool characters, but what makes this western outshine most is the fact that the characters become more complex as the plot progresses, and evidently in most westerns, the characters never exactly change from the opening to the end credits, but here, they question their actions and motives and eventually change their ways by the end. I was never less than entertained with such an engaging plot (and a twist as well), and add in an awesome Ennio Morricone score (as always) and amazing cinematography, and you get one of the high ranking movies in the genre.The Big Gundown is about a lawman named Jonathan Corbett (Lee Van Cleef), who is one of the top lawmen, that is approached by a wealthy capitalist named Brokston (Walter Barnes) to hunt down an outlaw named Cuchillo Sanchez (Thomas Millian) who is wanted by the law for raping and murdering a 12-year old girl. This is pretty much a chase movie, with Lee Van Cleef hunting down Tomas Milian to turn him down, and I had a lot of fun with this movie. Lee Van Cleef, as always, is awesome and although he plays a similar role to his other roles in westerns, its hard to deny how cool he is. Tomas Milian as an outlaw was amusing, and even sometimes surprisingly touching, and although he does overact a little at times, he still does a great job. Even as an antagonist, he's surprisingly likable, and the interplay between him and Lee Van Cleef is what makes this movie worth watching. The supporting cast of the movie was also great. Opening up with a great scene where Jonathan Corbett is challenged by three outlaws, the film assures that its going to be something special- and it surely is. The script for this movie is superb, and its a lot smarter and better flowing than your average spaghetti western, even if it is sometimes too simplistic, but it's impressive for the most part.My favorite part of this movie would probably be the finale, which benefits greatly from Ennio Morricone's score. Ennio's score is brilliant as always, with amazing music that never fails to match the mood of the movie. In fact, Quentin Tarantino even borrowed some of it for his movie, "Inglourious Basterds", such as Sgt. Donowitz's introduction scene. It's pretty much unanimous that Ennio is the king of spaghetti western music (or music in general, as a matter of fact). The cinematography here is breathtaking, if it's from the great camera angles or the amazing landscapes, which is common in spaghetti westerns. This movie is visually striking, and makes sure that the movie is never close to bland. Sergio Sollima's direction is perfect, and the pacing of this movie is quick and enjoyable without ever being too simplistic or generic. Everything about this movie feels very polished, and although I'm a big fan of the spaghetti western genre, its not so often that you find a movie that feels this refreshing.The Big Gundown is lots of fun, and uses a quick pace as well as all of the iconic elements of the spaghetti western genre to tell an epic story, but also benefits from the presence of its leads, Lee Van Cleef and Tomas Milian, as well as Sergio Sollima's direction, Ennio Morricone's score, Carlo Carlini's cinematography, and a superb script. I have no idea as to why I haven't seen this film earlier, but maybe that's because this is a somewhat difficult film to access. The Big Gundown is an innovative, essential western for fans of the genre, or maybe even anyone for that matter, and is a lot of fun while simultaneously being a lot more thoughtful than your average spaghetti western. Definitely one of the best spaghetti westerns out there, so if you ever manage to get your hands on this movie, you won't regret spending your time watching this, and the full capabilities of what the genre has to offer are at clear display here.

Dany L (ca) wrote: enjoyable but not overly satisfying. The 2 maids are the best actors by far.

Murtaa S (nl) wrote: While everyone is watching a 'patriotic' movie on Republic Day, I watched an anti-establishment movie.Simple plot, brilliant ending, fantastic acting by Kate Beckinsale and Matt Dillion. This is linear story-telling done excellently. With the way the situation is right now in this country, could completely relate to a death that occurred because of 'nationalism' in this movie.

Riley R (fr) wrote: Although it won't win awards or end up on anyone's "Best Films" list, The Big Year is a 2000's style comedy with a surprising amount of heart and humour, considering it's genre and time period. It has a certain earnest drive that other films of the like lack, which is why I enjoy watching it whenever it's on TV or Netflix. A guilty pleasure for some, blase for others, this film is the equivalent of a child's drawing. It's not that good, but it has certain elements which are enjoyable and you get a funny warm feeling when looking at it.

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