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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0000541AK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #28,548 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Epps/Shakur/Hopkins/Kain/Herro ~ Juice

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Format: DVD
Juice is a hip-hop charged adrenaline rush of a movie that takes place in the busy streets of New York. The star is Q(Omar Epps) who is a DJ and kicks it with his click called the Wreckin Crew. His buddies are Raheem(Khalil Kain),Steele(Jermaine "Big Hugg" Hopkins), and Bishop(the late great 2pac Shakur). The wreckin crew have fun and roam the streets looking for trouble and doing what most teenagers do. Thry are surrounded by violence and chaotic occurences. Q sees a friend Blizzard rob a diner(with EPMD in it)and later reveals he was shot by police, and the Wreckin Crew is harassed by a rival gang led by Radimez, a Latin thug who at one point threatens Bishop. Q tries to get a spot on a DJ tournament unaware that his crew is planning to rob a convenience store. As soon as they get the money, Bishop deliberately kills the clerk. Two minutes later, Bishop kills Raheem. Obviously, Bishop has LOST HIS MIND and it is up to Q, who is the only person who knows the truth, to defend himself against one of the most psychotic and brilliantly menacing villains in the entire history of cinema! The most amazing scene is a part where 2pac is playing a video game in a bar and somehow breaks the arcade game. The close-up of his eyes shows what kind person Bishop has turned into. The bartender says "Man, what you do to my machine". One of my ten favorite films of ALL TIME!
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Juice is the story of the lives of 4 freinds lives after an armed robbery.The main characters name is Q.He has 4 freinds named Bishop, Steel, and Raheem.Bishop is the sort of risk taker of the group.Steel is the fat homeboy that likes to have fun.And Raheem is the leader of the group.They spend their days trying to earn Juice wich means power and respect in the hood.One day Q and his freinds find out one of their freinds died triyng to rob a bar.Then Bishpop gets mad because they were at the bar when that happened and they were'nt their to help him out.The next day he decides that a good way to get Juice is to rob the local store the following week.But Q who wants to get his Juice wants to earn it by becoming a DJ.And the night Bishop wants to rob the store is the night of a DJ contest that he has entered.But he does'nt want to punk out on his freinds, so he agrees to go with Bisop.But then the robbery goes bad because Bishop shoots the owner of the store, and kills him.Later him and Raheem have a fight over the gun and he kills Raheem in front of Q and Steel.When they all get questioned about Raheem,Q knows that he can't rat on Bishop because he was there when they robbed the store.Bishop says that they were at the club when the store was robbed and says that he thinks that a puerto rican gang member that he hates killed Raheem.After that Bishop still tries to act like he is still cool with Q and Steel.When the gang member is questioned about the murder, he has a fight with Bishop, and Bishop shoots and kills him.Then later he forces Steel to go with him to the local Pool Hall.Steel panics and calls Q at his girlfreinds house.Then Bishop takes Steel to the back of the Pool Hall and shoots him but he does'nt kill him.Then he starts telling everyone that Q is the one who is killing everyone.Read more ›
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Juice is one of those rare movies that I could watch over and over for a while and not be bored. The two main characters Q(Omar Epps) and Bishop(the late 2Pac) put on great performances in this movie. The story goes like this. There was a four man group. There was bishop, Q, steel, and Rahim. Q has the dream of becoming a big time DJ, Bishop wants respect, steel wants to have fun, and Rahim is the leader and tries to deal with the issues of losing his girlfriend who is the mother of his child.
Bishop was alaways the trouble-maker of the group as he gets into fights with a puerto rican group and is constantly running from the law. Everything is cool within the group until a friend that they knew got killed in his attempted robbery. Bishop really starts to go crazy as he make the plan to rob this store of the guy he hates. Q didn't want anything to do with it because of the fact that he entered into a DJ contest and was out to prove that he is the cream of the crop. Bishop gets a gun and appears to be memerized with it and ends up ruining his life more than he ever imagined. They agree to do the robbery in the part where Q didn't have to perform. The event ended up making changes for the whole group and Bishop loses control and ends up killing the owner of the store and then starts a shooting spree. One by one he mows down his group. First, he kills Rahim, shoots Steel but never dies (or so we believe) and is out to get Q. Q tries to snap some sense into Bishop but in the end Bishop finds out the hard way that the path he choose was the wrong one. In the end Q is the last man standing of the group and does eventually go on to pursuit his DJ career. The movie is not oscar material, but it was a good written script. I'd recommend it.
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A very good movie, but it's just strange.
Quincy(aka Q):He is a local Dj that makes mix tapes for money. When additions for a dj contest, he makes it to the contest. But after his superb performance at the contest, he and his friends decide to do something that will change/End their lives forever.
Bishop:Tupac's debut. Bishop is a tee, that thinks he has all the juice in the world. He only does that in fron of his friends, because someone else would probobly whack him. When they decide, life is bad, and decide to rob a store, Bishop goes from, your best friend, to your worst enemy.
Steel:Fat dude, and the dude that always get's picked on. He's good at videogames, and he really doesn't like fights or guns. But he gets exposed to the violent world after the rob a store.
Rahiem:He's pretty strong, and he always help Bishop, when he's being messed with by Radimas. Rahiem is the kind that trys to keep a positive input in the movie, but his mind changes, when he trys to rob a store with his other friends.
Radimas:Bishop's worst enemy. He always picks on Bishop when he has nothing to do. But when he messes with him after the incident with the store, boy, he wished, he never even spoke to him.
This movie is all about power and respect. But how Bishop becomes mr buddy-buddy, to I wan't to kill everyone is way beyond me. I mean, unless you have problems, or you a completly twisted phsyco, how can that possibly happen. Well, it's still is a positve movie, and if you like Tupac's acting, or a good black movie, go pick this up.
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