The theme of family and "being home" is throughout the film and in a way it is good that the film allows that to be shown and for sure if there was trouble or violence then it didn't make it into the film.
On the other hand though, this same honesty with the camera allows the subjects to hang themselves by their own words.
According to Nielsen Sound Scan, the entire catalog of the group has sold 6.5 million units in the United States...
Jimmy Tarangelo doesn't like to pay rent, but he does like to live in Manhattan.
I like ICP, Twiztid, Dark Lotus, and all that shit, but I don't have a personal grudge against Eminem because of it. It's not like they're trying to be a great rap group or anything, they're just doing what they are. P, Eminem make well rounded lyrics, while now I like him less because his song sound the same now. "YO-YO-YO IN DA CLUB WITH THE DRUGS AND FORTY INCH RIMS NIGGA WUT, MY NAME BIG DOGGY D FO' SHIZZLE? Okay, he's not named after a candy people, His name Is Marshal Mathers, so instead of doing "M&M" he did "Eminem". And ICP is over rated, the only good song they have is the Dating Game, and that was good for it's hilariority, not quility. And so now you people are actually posing as rap-haters (some of you, I'm sure). OK, heres why I think E has a leigon of fans (mainly made of girls) The girls think he's cute or whatever so they buy his CD, posters, get pics off the net, to get the most pics and turn into Stan, a person who has a load of Eminem pics. He has a fan base that is slowly going down because of repeated beats & sayings. And so now you people are actually posing as rap-haters (some of you, I'm sure).
Who cares how they look and murder is cool (their music helps relive the stress). Hell, they started off wanting to be a boy band (they admit to everything, so don't try to use that to bash on them). What they rap about is from the heart, soul, and the mind, weather it's murder, candy, games, or sex. Eminem, on the other hand, is a corporate sell-out. Eminem isn't a bad rapper, he just doesn't appeal to me because of th reasons above. Last time he had a concert up here a bumch of people went there with their faces painted like Shaggy and J and threw Faygo at them. (don't let this name fool you, but) I don't really listen to ICP that much, but I found their stuff to be kinda funny. P come up with good concepts to songs, & their lyrics are good for a laugh ;). As for Emenem..he isn't as bad as that "juggalo" duo, but he does rap, and too many people like him! Crimson- You seriously think that ICP is just as good as Eminem? I don't care for either, but Eminem is the clear winner when it comes to talent. Sues stringing foul-mouthed ryhmes over a repetetive beat.
The duo founded the independent record label Psychopathic Records with Alex Abbiss as manager, and produced and starred in the feature films Big Money Hustlas and Big Money Rustlas.
The camera just lets the people talk to the camera, there doesn't seem to be any trickery, traps or unfair editing in here.
I guess one could argue that some of the people are really messed up and speaking to the camera from a drunken state (at least) but I don't think the film took advantage of this at all.
ICP on the other hand can hardly rap IMO God I hate Eminem. I have a deep, deep hatred for all rap, but especially ICP and emenem.
It's hard to keep up with his speed and a lot of lyrics to remember in a short few minutes.
The end result is a film that will appeal (in some form) to all viewers.