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Krush Groove (DVD)
Like its progenitors Beat Street and Wild Style, Krush Groove is a movie about hip-hop that in its rush to document an emergent culture ignores plot, acting, cinematography, or anything else that makes a movie watchable or worthwhile.
That said, Krush Groove contains some nifty performances from hip-hop legends Run-DMC, the always hilarious Fat Boys (see Disorderlies if you can't get enough of their weighty shtick), brilliant MC Kurtis Blow, and Prince proteacute;gé Sheila E. Also look out for soon-to-be L.A. Law-yer Blair Underwood in a lead role. Performances aside, Krush Groove isn't def, it's just so-so. --Ethan Brown --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
HIP HOP WILL NEVER BE THE SAME... I'M GLAD WE HAVE ALL STAR MOVIES LIKE KRUSH GROOVE,BEAT STREET,AND GRAFFITTI BRIDGE... Read morePublished on July 3 2004 by YOUNG PIMPIN'
This movie featured some of the best talent of the day, but the poor script and contrived plot bring it down a few notches. Read morePublished on March 8 2004 by Eric A. Nilsen
it's rated r for absolutely nothing. barely any cuss words compared to todays rap.Published on July 21 2003 by jj
Watching this movie is definitely a trip down memory lane. Any true fan of Hip Hop will enjoy watching old school artists such as Run-DMC perform. Read morePublished on March 2 2003 by Stacy E. Burrell
You into old school like Nipsey then this is your flick.
The great RUN-DMC with the late great Jam master Jay, LL COOL J,Kurtis Blow,The fatboys, Beastie Boys, and The fine... Read more
The first thing I have to say is ......why is this movie rated R?....must be because Hollywood was scared of Hip-Hop when this movie was released.... Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2003
I have read some of the reviews above and i am a bit disappointed. I saw this movie when it relased and I watched now, in 2002 and I still think it is great. Think about it. Read morePublished on Dec 29 2002 by Todd E.Waters
Basically just a venue for Russell Simmons to hype his label (Krush = Def; Groove = Jam) and the music is disappointing. Beastie Boys and LL Cool J get short shrift and Sheila E. Read morePublished on June 7 2002 by Joseph S. Grossberg
This is loosely based on the story of Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin, the boy wonders who founded Def Jam, a record company who roster boasted the best rap acts of the 1980's. Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2001 by Hillari Hunter