Rotten Tomatoes

Movies / TV

    Celebrity

      No Results Found

      View All
      Movies Tv shows Shop News Showtimes

      Last Man Standing: Suge Knight and the Murders of Biggie & Tupac

      Released Aug 20, 2021 1h 45m Documentary List
      50% Tomatometer 12 Reviews 50% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings This hard-hitting documentary tells the story of Suge Knight, the former CEO of legendary rap music label Death Row Records, who was recently sentenced to 28 years imprisonment for manslaughter and other violent crimes not typically associated with a highly successful record executive. The film takes a look at Death Row and how L.A.'s street gang culture had come to dominate its business workings, as well as an association with corrupt LA police officers who were also gang affiliated. It would be this world of gang rivalry and dirty cops that would claim the lives of the world's two greatest rappers: Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. Read More Read Less

      Where to Watch

      Last Man Standing: Suge Knight and the Murders of Biggie & Tupac

      Peacock Fandango at Home Prime Video Apple TV

      Watch Last Man Standing: Suge Knight and the Murders of Biggie & Tupac with a subscription on Prime Video, rent on Fandango at Home, Apple TV, or buy on Fandango at Home, Apple TV.

      Critics Reviews

      View All (12) Critics Reviews
      Owen Gleiberman Variety In "Last Man Standing," Broomfield comes close to answering the questions - of guilt and recrimination - that have hung over these murders for too long. Aug 21, 2021 Full Review Brian Tallerico RogerEbert.com A startlingly scattershot piece of filmmaking from a director who normally has a sure, personal hand on his projects. Rated: 1.5/4 Aug 20, 2021 Full Review Ben Kenigsberg New York Times Broomfield is not suited to documentaries with willing subjects. Aug 19, 2021 Full Review Victoria Luxford City AM There is some considered debate about what really happened, but nothing more than conjecture that most viewers will have guessed anyway. Come for the archive footage, but dont expect any answers. Rated: 2.5/5 Mar 3, 2022 Full Review Todd Jorgenson Cinemalogue There's not enough fresh insight here to justify revisiting the case yet again for those who have followed it through the years. Aug 27, 2021 Full Review Christopher Machell CineVue Broomfield's triumph is in reimagining Biggie and Tupac's murders out of their mythology and into a new context in which they are emblematic of a social malaise characterised by toxic masculinity, misogyny, racism, and police corruption. Rated: 4/5 Jul 1, 2021 Full Review Read all reviews
      Last Man Standing: Suge Knight and the Murders of Biggie & Tupac

      My Rating

      Read More Read Less POST RATING WRITE A REVIEW EDIT REVIEW

      Cast & Crew

      99% 80% On the Record 81% 75% The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story 75% 72% A Man Named Scott TRAILER for A Man Named Scott 100% 71% The Phantom TRAILER for The Phantom 90% 62% My Psychedelic Love Story TRAILER for My Psychedelic Love Story Discover more movies and TV shows. View More

      Movie Info

      Synopsis This hard-hitting documentary tells the story of Suge Knight, the former CEO of legendary rap music label Death Row Records, who was recently sentenced to 28 years imprisonment for manslaughter and other violent crimes not typically associated with a highly successful record executive. The film takes a look at Death Row and how L.A.'s street gang culture had come to dominate its business workings, as well as an association with corrupt LA police officers who were also gang affiliated. It would be this world of gang rivalry and dirty cops that would claim the lives of the world's two greatest rappers: Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
      Director
      Nick Broomfield
      Producer
      Pam Brooks, Nick Broomfield, Kyle Gibbon, Shani Hinton, Marc Hoeferlin
      Distributor
      Gravitas Ventures
      Genre
      Documentary
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Aug 20, 2021, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Aug 20, 2021
      Runtime
      1h 45m
      Most Popular at Home Now