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Old 25 June 2018, 08:16
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Unsolved on Netflix

Based on Greg Kading's book “Murder Rap“, these series is about a new trial to solve the case od the murders of Tupac and Notorious B.I.G.
Not really into the Gangsta stuff, but first two episodes were entertaining
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Old 25 June 2018, 18:37
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"Unsolved" was a dramatized 10-episode series that aired here in the U.S. on the USA Network earlier this year. For those with an interest in either the specific case or even a general interest in criminal investigation, it was well-done and certainly worth checking out.
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Watched the first two episodes last night and I'm impressed. If you are into cop movies and investigative shows this is a good one whether or not you like the Biggie and Tupac story.

A lot of development of the background of what happened between the two groups of rappers as it goes back and forth from the early 2000's to 1996 while they were both alive. Jumps around a bit, but easy to follow and the police characters are likebale and make the show.
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