Hindustan Times

The film might be about Tupac and his insane lifestyle, but it takes us through issues far beyond the realm of music. It’s a world where crime could be the most humble defence against apathy, victimisation and subjugation. (read full review)

Times Of India

Saints and sinners, both have chinks in their armour. And when an ‘official’ biopic is made on these personalities, filmmakers often tend to deify them in the movie. That’s the case with All Eyez on Me; the official biopic of the slain rapper Tupac Shakur. (read full review)

Ign

You may need to already have at least a tangential interest in Tupac Shakur in order to appreciate All Eyez on Me, because it starts off in such a traditional way and rather meekly. For non-fans, it might be tough to get through the movie’s first hour and to the “good stuff” contained in the second half. On the other hand, Demetrius Shipp Jr. gives it his all with an impressive performance that’s far more than just an impression. It’s doubtful Shakur’s fans will feel like they wasted their time by watching this movie. (read full review)

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