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What can i say ? After watching it i was throughly impressed with the production values, the cast, and even the way it was animated.
The story was told at a nice pace, and our main group of characters all had their own personalities, each one had an original feel to them.
The music produced by T-pain, and co-produced by Tha bizness, was just fantastic. I mean seriously the scores were first class. i honestly wanted the justice league to be in on the sound scape, but alas this was produced very well without them. T-pain and tha Bizness did what they do best.
After watching it felt like it went by so fast i had to rewind and watch it all over again, and when i did i found myself not being fatigued by the music. It was just as refreshing as when i heard it the first time.
If you have any love for hip-hop music or great music scores, then this would definitely be you cup of tea.
My score originally was a 8 out of 10 but i figure i'd bump it to 9 seeing as how those that hate it, don't quite fully understand it, thus i'll pickup some of their slack.
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