War of Words: Battle Rap in the UK
WAR OF WORDS is an energizing, controversial and inspiring feature documentary that lifts the lid on the fast growing UK Battle Rap scene. The documentary is an examination of an exciting subculture of youth in the UK today; their creativity and work ethic, their passion for language and ability to control their own destiny. It investigates freedom of expression and respect for other cultures and lifestyles. While the language is often harsh and unflinching, the 'anything goes' philosophy of the battle arena results in one of the most harmonious and creative scenes in youth culture. The film is a truly entertaining expose on how the UK has embraced this American art form, creating one of the most exciting youth subcultures happening right now.War of Words: Battle Rap in the UK featuring Ice-T and Scroobius Pip is free on Tubi, and free on The Roku Channel. It's a comedy and documentary movie with a high IMDb audience rating of 8.2 (23 votes).
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War of Words: Battle Rap in the UK has a high IMDb audience rating of 8.2 (23 votes). The movie is not very popular with Reelgood users lately.