An intricate plot, non-stop bloody action and subject matter only suitable for adult audiences describes not only some of the most exciting movies ever to hit the big screen but also some of the most memorable rap songs as well. There's no denying that films have influenced the culture since the late '80s and well into the '90s with the emergence of the hip-hop skit (Prince Paul's game-changing creation of mini-motion pictures not for your eyes but your ears on De La Soul's 3 Feet High and Rising), the popularity of rappers naming themselves after celluloid characters (i.e., Scarface, Biggie Smalls, etc.) and the practice of beatmakers taking snippets from movies and incorporating them into their tracks for added, unforgettable atmosphere.
This last technique is what we're about to review. So grab a tub of hot buttery popcorn as Complex presents The 50 Best Movie Dialogue Samples in Hip-Hop... (Fade out)