This feature is a part of Complex's Pusha T Week.
Pusha T takes gangsters seriously. And if a portrayal of a gangster, whether its on wax or on screen, falls flat, Pusha T will tell you about it. Discussing recent crime movies, the debacle that is Gangster Squad came up. "That title alone," Pusha said, on the verge of disgust. "What the fuck? I'm seeing a comic book already, bruh."
So, what's the worst gangster movie he's ever seen? Blue Hill Avenue. "It's set in Boston, and it's not put together well, as far as the look goes. They're dressed like church boys the whole movie. In the '80s. The '80s in the northeast is the rise of the golden age of hip-hop, with Rakim, Slick Rick, and Kane, and they're all dressed immaculately, every day. And these motherfuckers have on trench coats all the time? Fuck that. It annoyed me."
The look can do a lot, he explained. "The look of State Property makes up for the amateur acting," he said, to make his point. Which big-screen villains work best, then? Find out as Pusha T discusses his favorite movie bad guys.