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  • CD (16 mai 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : CD+DVD, Edition limitée, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000F0UV4A
  • Autres éditions : DVD
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Par Sora le 6 décembre 2007
Format: CD
cette album est une tuerie contrérement a se que dotre diront il é tous simplement un des meilleur album du monde cam'ron c un tueur bref je lui mettré bien 10/5 mé on peut pas nésité pas a lachatez cette album tranche des porc lol
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A force de ne s'occupé que de 50 cent il produit des albums d'aussi mauvaise qualité que se dernier bref faissons l'impasse sur cet opus en attendant mieux Dipset Rules
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HASH(0x9a2b3120) étoiles sur 5 Worst rap star movie ever made 27 avril 2006
Par Jay Carter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
If I could give this movie NEGATIVE stars I would. This movie is so bad after seeing it not only do you want your money back, but you want your money back PLUS interest accumulated from wasted time watching it. From the jerky scene transitions to the 7th grade film class quality acting, to the non existent plot or storyline, everything about this film makes you wonder if there was anyone involved with this project who WASN'T high during its production. I'm a Dipset fan AND a fan of movies made by rappers (e.g. I Got the Hook-Up, State Property, etc), but this movie was sure trying it's darndest to correct that !

By the way, the movie is two hours. But after the first 5 minutes you've pretty much seen all you need to see (which is actual footage of Ma$e and Cameron when they were in highschool) -- after that, the movie goes downhill so fast you'd thought you fell off a cliff. And actually, with each passing second of watching it you begin to wish either you or your TV had.
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HASH(0x9a2b3528) étoiles sur 5 Can we please have a moment of sense... 27 avril 2006
Par Pierre Bernard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I enjoy Dipset music. It is by no means quality music or even sensible music, but I do enjoy the absurdity of it all. I try not to take things too seriously, so in that regard, I see nothing wrong with some fun. It was this mindset that I took into this film. I expected it to be amatuerish and cartoonish. In that regard I was not disappointed. But anyone who in anyway thinks that this movie is good needs to 1. Get their head examined, 2. Extract the gonads of their favorite rap stars from their throats and 3. Give up on life completely.

Rather than spoil the pleasure for you with exact details of what was in this movie, let me tell you what was not in this movie. There was no plot. There was no character development. There was no acting. There was no continuity. There was no logic. There was no direction. There was no attention to detail. There was no lighting. There was no ambition. There was noone to tell the cameraman to get out of frame. There was all in all no reason to make this movie at all. This was solely a vehicle for The Diplomats to try and prove to the world that they are legitimately gangsters. This is of course a complete farce. Gangsters do not get caught running away from neighborhood scraps like Jimmy and Cam'ron did in real life (or more accurately, Cam'ron ran away leaving his cousin Jimmy to get beat down).

I have watched a lot of "hip hop movies." I like to support the culture to which I belong. I will not be hoodwinked into drinking whatever koolaid you fools are drinking that would rate this travesty of cinema any higher than 1 star, and it is only 1 because there is no 0 to give it. This was cheap and embarassing. I got a few laughs in and I am still continuing to laugh as some of you jokers have the audacity to rate this film highly and pretend that it represents anything real. This is the state of humanity today. Farce has become reality and reality has become farce. Please everyone wake up and stop this madness. Enjoy the nonsense if you must, but don't pass it off as quality material. In doing so you are letting down your gene pool.
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HASH(0x9a2b35a0) étoiles sur 5 Cam's epic proves mediocre 16 mai 2006
Par ctrx - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
In 2006, Cameron Giles finds himself on top of the hip hop world with a platinum selling crew, a new movie, a high profile rap beef, and a recent gunshot survival. One would think that all this would translate into a great album, hungry with elevated lyrics and themes. Unfortunately, "Killa Season" is flat almost throughout. At a time where DipSet is releasing so much music, with a new group album about every three months, new solos from members Hell Rell, Juelz Santana, and Jim Jones, and countless mixtapes, "Killa Season" fails to bring out the best in Cam. His lyricism is not as entertaining or creative as it was on previous albums. Another glaring disappointment is the production. Unlike on "Come Home With Me" and "Purple Haze", where he brought in the best producers to make sampled loops and good beats to accompany his flow, "Killa Season"'s production is generic and unimaginative. While it is obviously well funded, almost every song has a similar strings-and-bass line, with a horn blast here and there and a rare voice sample. Cam never makes a fun song on this album, such as "Oh Boy" or "Hey Ma", the catchy, fun singles that shot him to the mainstream. There is also no song as powerful as greats like "Down and Out". In addition to these problems, there is also simply too much of it: Cam'Ron could have easily made a more digestible album and sent the same message in a 45-minute album than in this 80-minute spectacle. He only responds to the Jay-Z beef in one song. As one who thoroughly enjoyed Juelz Santana's recent solo and other DipSet music, "Killa Season" disappointed.

The album opens with "Killa Cam (Intro)", which is promising. It opens with a good rock beat and has funny and tough lyrics, before it turns into an epic anthem, it's a highlight. On "He Tried To Play Me", Cam and Hell Rell sing over a piano before going into introspective verses, it's one of the best songs on the album. "Leave You Alone" is annoying and doesn't really go anywhere. "Livin' A Lie" is decent, but the lyrics are lackluster. Partner Juelz Santana outshines Cam on the pretty good "We Make Change". "Wet Wipes" is pretty boring and uncreative. The single "Touch It Or Not" with Lil' Wayne is okay, but nothing special, the lyrics are generic and the beat is decent. The same could be said of "War", and on "Triple Up" he just brags about his ice and clothes. He tells stories on the above average "I.B.S.". "Get Ya Gun" is redundant and unnecessary, generic in all aspects. "White Girls" is a silly track about cocaine. "Girls, Cash, Cars" is about exactly what you'd think from the title, a totally uninspired song. The "Do Ya Thing" and "Get `Em Daddy" remixes are both okay, and "Something New" is nothing special. "You Gotta Love It" is the Jay-Z diss track, but mostly it falls flat. All he seems able to pick at is his age and extravagant clothes. "Love My Life" is the best song, with great piano and bass production, and lyrics talking to his old friends with a good chorus. The two bonus tracks add nothing, nor do the unintelligible "Voicemail" skits.

Although "Killa Season" does have its moments, they are much too few and far between. He fails to break free from the cash, cars, and women talk of other DipSet releases, and unlike Juelz Santana's album, he doesn't make it fun or catchy. The production is lacking and it's just much too long. I see Cam in a situation similar to 50 Cent right now. Both came up from the underground, have switched labels, and have movies, platinum groups, and gunshot wounds. And like 50, Cam appears to have lost his hunger and creativity on his album, simply retreading his older material while on top of mainstream hip hop. On "Killa Season", Cam'Ron fails to gain any ground from his other releases and doesn't supply anything new. This is his worst album in memory, and I think his loyal fanbase deserves better than this.
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HASH(0x9a2b3930) étoiles sur 5 Killa Whack 13 mai 2006
Par A. Griggs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is horrible Cam is a very bad actor especially when his niece gets shot and he is crying and freakin out.It looks like a low budget film bad acting throughout the entire movie,the music disc is good but this crack is bad bad bad.Do not waste your precious time even if you like Dipset this movie is not any good.Beware.
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HASH(0x9a2b3a68) étoiles sur 5 Cam'wrong? 10 mai 2006
Par David Foskin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Cam'ron scene stealing performance as Rico in 2002's Paid In Full showed the Harlem-bred rapper had more than what it takes for the big screen. Taking the trend of rapper-turned-actor up a notch Cam'ron makes his directorial debut with Killa Season (Diplomatic Man) to help build anticipation for his album of the same title. Starring as Flea, a baller-turned-hustler, Cam'ron produces a bang bang shoot `em up flick that will make viewers ask Kanye style, "how can something so bad, make me feel so good?"

This straight to DVD motion picture features all of the makings of an old blacksploitation flick; amateur acting, clich? storyline and mind boggling violence. Rather than casting established or aspiring actors, Killa Season is filled with members of Dip Set's entourage from Juelz Santana (Bandana) to co-star Hell Rell (Hell). Due to an array of novice actors scenes are thrown off with horrid timing and half-hearted emotion. The movie also does little to push the limit with the predictable plot of a Spanish connect taking a liking to a young hustler who goes from rags to riches (i.e. Paid In Full, Scarface and Blow). There are also a couple of takes in the movie that goes beyond the call of duty from when Cam's character Flea spits on a little girl to him handing out a golden shower (no homo) to an ass betting hater over a dice game dispute.

The irony of Killa Season is that its weakness also poses as its strength. The free spirited script and the charming over-the-top humor Dip Set is known to have entertains throughout. When real life footage is shown of a young Cam'ron and Mase playing on their high school basketball team intertwines with the scheme of the film, Cam uses the platform to throw a humorous jab at Pastor Mase's return to gangster rap. The quirky humor continues with scenes where one of Flea's soldiers hollers at Granny during his father's funeral to Funkmaster Flex reference to nemesis Benzino hardships.

Let's face it we all know Cam'ron is no Martin Scorsese, but he does manage to find another outlet to channel his creativity. Dip Set fans will not be disappointed, as this movie is sure to be a cult classic for those down for the movement.

2.5 outta' 5.
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