A list of hip hop and rap concept albums ranked from Good to Best. Each album has a narrative/story or theme, either instrumental, compositional, or lyrical.
A Japanese Yokuza gang comprised almost entirely of white men is threatened by an even whiter man, the Samurai Cop.
Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D is a tone deaf, racially insensitive try-hard by-product of the 1980s that still somehow manages to charm the wooden sandals off you.
Some coked-out Kids' WB executive watched the 2002 X-Games and thought "this needs blue aliens and underage girls with too much makeup."
Probably the most successful low-budget knockoff of Friday the 13th but is more than just it's Tween Peen shock ending.
After his old war buddy is executed by a Dictator, Christopher Walken rounds up his Vietnam War pals to slaughter 240 people and blow up all the things. This is the version of The Expendables that hike their pants up to their armpits.
Hal Jordan plays the role of Ethan Hawke while Sinestro covers Denzel Washington's role in the Green Lantern rendition of 2001's Training Day
Stop! is what happens when hacky "buddy cop" tropes cross planes with hacky "overbearing mother" tropes to create a Venn Diagram of absolute fuckery.
In a tonally inconsistent film, Wonder Woman feels like it was written by a privileged, basement-dwelling incel neckbeard fragile white male. Cool actions scenes, though!
Instead of the same rehashed introduction to Batman, we get a stylized anthology highlighting the myth of Batman.
Just know that before you ask "but who actually wins the titular Food Fight?" the answer is nobody. We. All. Lose.
We get a mature, period-piece to introduce the Silver Age Justice League.
What began in 1998's The Waterboy by Adam Sander becomes fully realized in 2000's Little Nicky. Witness the birth of modern-era Sandler. The road to Hell is paved with Little Nicky DVDs.
Geteven is a bizarre Vanity Project that may actually rival The Room, and it came out an entire decade earlier.