I saw Straight Outta Compton today. I have anticipated this film for two years; it was better than I thought it would be. If you listen to the music now or did growing up, and if you know the story — you will love it even more. They got it right. It did not ignore the cultural evils of the industry, such as capitalism and commercialism. Further, matters of misogyny were clear. It is rated “R” for a reason. You cannot do it justice without that “R” rating. I am shocked at how well they got it. It denotes our past and present problems with police brutality, as well as reminds the world of the consequences for being promiscuous. I was shocked that Public Enemy and Ice T were invisible, but others who should be there were represented.