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The Game: Stop Snitchin/Stop Lyin
The Game Stop Snitchin/Stop Lyin
Actor: The Game
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Documentary
NR     2006     1hr 45min

Multi-Platinum recording artist The Game took the Music Industry by storm in 2004 with his explosive debut release The Documentary selling over 3 million copies to date. In Stop Snitchin-Stop Lyin The Game gives his fans a...  more »


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Actor: The Game
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Documentary
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll, Rap & Hip-Hop, Documentary
Studio: Bungalo Records Inc
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 01/17/2006
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 1hr 45min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English
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Movie Reviews

fmwaalex | Austin, TX USA | 02/16/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)


This has got to be one of the funniest DVDs I have ever seen in my life, 50's career has got to be over after this joint man. Any street credit he might have still had has got to be gone after this one, I mean come on Game goes to 50's city New York, and even goes to his own block in Queens and gets more love then 50 would get. This DVD is entirely dedicated to dissin 50 & G-Unit, and it's very successful. From helping out the embarrassing sales of Tony Yayo to reenactments of 50 snitchin this DVD turns out to be very entertaining.

The video starts out with a brief introduction by Game with his "where's 50 Cent" campaign a.k.a. the G-UNOT campaign, and goes into his "cribs" edition of his DVD. The beginning is mad funny seeing his closet as he puts it; it's just a big room with clothes and all types of stuff all over the floor. Things really pick up though when he gets on the road, in fact the dvd shows the "hip hop" police all over him every where he goes, until near the end when he leaves their jurisdiction. In fact one of the films best moments comes when one of Game's people leaves a radio station that Game is in to go get the officers some coffee and donuts, along with a signed copy of "THE DOCUMENTARY". When the officers tell him to stop being cute, he has some kids drop the coffee and donuts in the cops laps.

Along with that other funny moments on the road include Game having to help the poor sales of Yayo and buying two copies of his album. In fact it's even more embarrassing when the lady that his cashing Game out starts to diss Yayo, dawm Yayo. Then there is an interview with a member of the TERROR SQAUD where they talk about Yayo running and hiding in a store from them, dawm Yayo. And going back to when Game buys the cd's there is a guy that served with Yayo and is telling the camera how Yayo was scared to come out side to the yard and was begging the guards for more food. The dude even tells Game Yayo's real name which is Marvin Bernard or something. I mean I can't hate, I' am sure a lot dudes ask for more food and don't come out to the yard, especially if they are in there with some of Bang Em Surf and Domination's people, which they happen to be beefing with. But that doesn't help dudes imagine any, especially when his camp was biggin him up for being in the pen or what ever.

But everything isn't just put on Yayo; in fact all of G-Unit get a fair amount of time put on them during the course of this film. For the most part it is directed at 50, but it just depends on who Game his talking about at the time. Game talks about each member and how he met them, and so on and that's when that person gets their shine on the DVD. Case in point would definitely be Olivia, they clown her/him bad on this joint. Any body that's been keeping up with Game or his G-Unot related mixtapes knows the situation surrounding Olivia; she might just be a he if you go by what Black Wall St. is telling you. Whether it's true or not it still turns out to be very funny when Game speaks on her/him. Game talking about Olivia needing to get a small film crew together and hitting the men's bathroom had me cracking up, and then when he said "stall 1, 2, or 3 which ever, u choose" I died laughing man[it was just the way he said it I guess]. Of course Loyd Banks got mentioned, as did Young Buck, in fact the Young Buck thing has to be embarrassing for dude. Game talks about when Buck got his chain stolen in Chicago {if I remember correctly} and how that situation played out. From what Game says Buck called Game up and told him about it, so Game got with one of his peoples out in Chicago named Jo Jo Capone. Jo located the chain and found out that they wanted 15 to 20 g'z for it and he could have it back, so Game hit Buck and told him what the deal was. So apparently after Game offered to go half on it Buck said no and to let them have it, that's got to be embarrassing for homie {unless the chain really was a fake, 50 does seem like the type to keep the real ones in a safe at his place while everybody else rolls with fake ones}. And while the newly signed M.O.P. got love from Game, Mobb Deep did not. I mean it has got to suck for 50 seeing Prodigy on this dvd giving permission for him to be on there since this is a film dissing all them G-Unit dudes, G-Unit on here man that's embarrassing for them dudes. Also Game speaks on a certain preacher turned Devils Advocate by the name of Mase. That has got to be my favorite part of the DVD with out a doubt, it is so funny what Game says about this dude, and his facial expressions and how he carries himself while he talks about Mase are priceless.

Of course the whole thing ain't about dissing somebody, a good majority of the dvd is Game chilling at his crib showing off his cash, and signing all of the cd's that were sent to him. Those of course were the ones people bought on the day Yayo's album dropped, and along with the cd's being signed they also got a copy of the "GHOST UNIT" mixtape Game dropped. Also along with that Game also shows love to his fans by signing autographs and taking pictures with people any time they ask. Along with that he also shows love to the streets by just going threw the streets of New York during his time in the city. Each place he goes to from Harlem to Queens everybody shows him love, he even gets down to play some ball in queens with everyday people; you don't see 50 doing that. Game got more love on 50's block then 50 does, people on his block even say that, I mean come on they have a huge G-Unot sign in 50's own hood.

After Wishbone of Bone Thugs, and Fabolous among others show up things move to Connecticut {I believe} where 50 resides. After a humors little Blair Snitch Project in 50's back woods {does that count as stalking}, they move to the front gate where a guard pulls out on them. From there things move to Game and his crew spray painting G-Unot on signs on the highway, not sure it was a good thing to get that on tape but whatever.

Other enjoyable moments come with concert footage of Game speaking on him getting kicked out of the group, and the shooting incident at the radio station in NY. Also Game telling his little homie 50 to stop snitchin is pretty funny, and I died laughing when he used the word montage to describe of 50's career in his video for "PUT U ON THE GAME" from The Documentary. Why was it so funny u ask, watch and find out, THAT is probably my favorite part. He also talks seriously about situations that happened among other things so it is informative. I just wish he would have spoken on Eastwood, Techniec, and Charli Baltimore on this DVD since they are {or were} signed to Black Wall St., but other then that it's all good.

And during the film u see some footage of Game being arrested in North Carolina, for the full 15 minutes of that incident see the bonus features {it's the only one}. But the film its self is more then enough to keep you entertained, I highly recommend this dvd to all, sorry if I gave away to much.
The Game is a real hood cat and this is a DVD must.
W. Valdovinos | Los Angeles California The WESTCOAST | 01/27/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Overall this DVD just shows you how humble and true to the streets game is. The game shows you how he still gets love in the hood. The best parts of the DVD is game going to new york. Game goes to new york buys Yayo's cd, and gets loved by the hood cats in New York. The Game goes to Jamica Queens NEW YORK (50 Snitch's Hood) and gets loved up and down the streets. THis DVD is great. Worth the money. If you have a open mind about hip hop you'll love this DVD. I will say that if you are a toy solider of 50 then you will slam and hate this DVD."
M.A.C | Canada | 01/18/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The DVD is crazy, to whoever is giving this bad reviews its cuz they are G Unit fans and think 50 is gods gift to rap music. The DVD is nuts, Game holds it down and keeps it real, shouts out to fans who sent him fan mail and CD's to sign, goes through different areas in NY and everywhere and gets mad love from fans, smashes on G Unit and proves 50s a snitch and has words for everyone in G Unit, explains what happened with the whole situation etc. The DVD is full of good stuff, anyone who is a Game fan will enjoy this product, if you are a G Unit or 50 Cent fan (even though they are the exact same thing), you will hate this DVD and say Game has fallen off and G Unit made him and so on, so save your breath and just don't by the DVD. BLACKWALLSTREET."
Gangsta Rog | TAMPA, FL United States | 01/26/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This dvd is worth every penny man!!! hilarious and at moments moving as far as the exposure of g-units street cred. finally game opens the eyes with 50s tactics and behind the scene stories....all in all Game shows loyalty to his fans in the film...also shows a full version of when he was arrested in north carolina....also shows him in CT near 50s house....good dvd, two thumbs up....."