Has studied history, philosophy and journalism and is currently a newspaper editor
Some nice color mise-en-scéne here and there but overall this exactly feels like what it is: two rappers flexing their dawg-ness.
The story isn't very interesting which isn't helped by Nas terrible voice-over which the movie simply should've abandoned.
Sincere feels like the character the movie should've focused on, rather than DMX trying to be Tony Montana. That whole "redemption" path isn't justifiably depicted for either of the two.
If you ever wondered what would happen to Tim Allen's character from Home Improvement if he'd end up in a post-apocalyptic world – here you go.
Now we've come so far that Max eats double-headed lizards and turns into Sir Gruntsalot without even for one second matching the charismatic performance Mel Gibson delivered with his interpretation over 30 years ago.
What a wonder also that whereas in The Road Warrior everyone was hunting for gas – because it was so…