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Current Rating: 4.47

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  • 5 stars I've waited a very long time for this cult horror hit to finally hit dvd. For my money, Dennis Christopher's work here rivals his performance in BREAKING AWAY. Give this movie a chance.
  • It was wonderful, I loved it. They'll never be another documentary like this one. For me anyways. I can't believe they got this in one movie.
  • Dennis Christopher's follow-up to the Oscar-winning Breaking Away is a disappointment. I thought it would be scary but it's just boring.
  • that movie was crazy......best movie i saw five stars
  • Who is jay Z ???
  • By far the best hip-hop documentry ever put out on the big screen!
  • Jay Z proves he is not only the greatest rapper, he the greatest artist among our time and will never be forgotten. 5 stars for FADE TO BLACK
  • This movie is not only geared towards Jay-Z fans, but Hip-Hop and music fans all around. Not only was the 1 hour and 45 minutes jam-packed with complete song performances by Jay-Z with special guests in NYC, going through his "Fade To Black" repertoire and greatest hits enough on its own, but the movie went through the production process of making the album. The beginning shows a few songs that he does in New York and then lets him narrate saying "We must go to the beginning ... of the end" and cuts to the production process. It was amazing to see the top notch producers the Hip-Hop heads respect talking about and working with Jay-Z. Crea
  • it wz amazing.. nothing like hip hop at its greatest.

Fade To Black

Genre:  Documentary , Thriller | Running Time:  106 min.
Release date:  November 5, 2004 | On DVD/VOD:  April 5, 2005

Current rating: Rating: 4.47
based on 131 votes and 9 reviews
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Cast: Mary J. Blige, Foxy Brown, Missy Elliott, Damon Dash, Just Blaze, Funkmaster Flex, R. Kelly, Kanye West, Rick Rubin, Young Guru, P. Diddy, Beyoncé Knowles