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Choices II: The Setup

Three 6 Mafia

Year: 2004

Runtime: 01:32:39

Three 6 Mafia’s Choices II: The Set-Up is the follow-up to the rap group’s highly successful street movie Choices. After a heist goes wrong for two Memphis hustlers (DJ Paul and Juicy J), two crooked DEA agents offer them freedom—for a price.

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Hip Hop, Pop

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