List of the best Tupac Shakur movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Tupac Shakur's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Tupac Shakur movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Tupac Shakur movies will be at the top of the list. Tupac Shakur has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Tupac Shakur movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Tupac Shakur films to end the squabble once and for all.
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List is made up of a variety of films, including Gang Related and Nothing but Trouble."This list answers the questions, "What are the best Tupac Shakur movies?" and "What are the greatest Tupac Shakur roles of all time?"
Juice is a 1992 American drama thriller directed by Ernest R. Dickerson, written by Ernest R. Dickerson and Gerard Brown. It stars rapper Tupac Shakur and Omar Epps. Additional cast members include Jermaine "Huggy" Hopkins, Khalil Kain, and Samuel L. Jackson; the film features cameo appearances by Queen Latifah, EPMD, Special Ed, Ed Lover, Doctor Dré, Flex Alexander, Fab Five Freddy, Yo-Yo, Donald Faison and Treach. The film was directed by cinematographer Ernest R. Dickerson who has directed and written other Hollywood films such as Surviving the Game and Bulletproof as well as some television series such as ER and The Wire. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Tupac Shakur, Samuel L. Jackson, Queen Latifah, Omar Epps, Donald Faison, + more
Initial Release: 1992
Directed by: Ernest R. Dickerson
#46 on The Best Movies of 1992
Poetic Justice is a 1993 drama/romance film starring Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur with Regina King and Joe Torry. It was written and directed by John Singleton. The main character, Justice, writes beautiful poems which she recites throughout the movie. The poems are in fact by Maya Angelou. Angelou also appears in the movie as one of the three elderly sisters, May, June and April whom the characters meet at a roadside family reunion. The Last Poets make an appearance toward the end of the film. Poetic Justice reached #1 in the box office its opening weekend, grossing $11,728,455. It eventually grossed a total of $27,515,786. Jackson received nominations for the Academy Award and Golden ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Janet Jackson, Keanu Reeves, Tupac Shakur, Maya Angelou, Billy Zane, + more
Initial Release: 1993
Directed by: John Singleton
#66 on The Best Movies of 1993
Above the Rim is a 1994 American drama directed by Jeff Pollack. The screenplay was written by Pollack and screenwriter Barry Michael Cooper, from a story by Pollack and Benny Medina. Starring Duane Martin, Tupac Shakur, Leon Robinson and Marlon Wayans, the film tells the story of a promising New York City high school basketball star and his relationships with two people. The movie was shot in Harlem with various scenes in the movie filmed at Manhattan Center high school in East Harlem. Some of the basketball scenes were filmed at Samuel J. Tilden High School in Brooklyn, NY. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Tupac Shakur, Bernie Mac, Marlon Wayans, Wood Harris, Henry Simmons, + more
Initial Release: 1994
Directed by: Jeff Pollack
#66 on Movies Turning 25 in 2019
Gridlock'd is a 1997 comedy-drama film starring Tupac Shakur, Tim Roth, and Thandie Newton. It was the directorial debut of Vondie Curtis-Hall, who also wrote the story and screenplay, and had a small part in the film. The film's opening was relatively low, despite critical acclaim; its opening weekend netted only $2,678,372 and it finished with a little over $5.5 million. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Lucy Liu, Tupac Shakur, Thandie Newton, Tim Roth, John Sayles, + more
Initial Release: 1997
Directed by: Vondie Curtis-Hall