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We Are Freestyle Love Supreme

By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Hip-hop comedy improv group goes on tour; language.

Movie NR 2020 90 minutes
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We Are Freestyle Love Supreme is a pleasing documentary about a group of friends who love working together and bringing joy to audiences. That alone makes this inspiring for any young artist striving to do good work. Freestyle rap is a kind of rhyming improv, and this group combines improv comedy group techniques with the freestyle spirit, calling for words and ideas from audiences from which to create spontaneous raps.

Although profane language is occasionally used, this group seems far more focused on lighthearted and fun-loving performances than what might be categorized as hardcore rap, with its frequent emphasis on graphic sexuality, money, and profanity. These guys are having a great time. When an audience member describes an episode with her infirm dog, Miranda gets down on the floor and, shaking and shimmying, embodies a smiling, epileptic canine while another performer raps her saga. Sometimes the rhymes are a bit childish, other times clever, but these guys aren't looking to solve social problems here, just to bring everyone together with beats, music, words, and an uplifting sense of brotherhood.

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