A spoof of inner-city teen dramas that predated the incessant “Movie” movies that now pass for parodies, this Jon Lovitz vehicle was a mixed bag at best as an original or imitation comedy. But its soundtrack feels like the greatest compilation of b-sides hip-hop fans never heard, from RZA’s 'Wu-Wear: The Garment Renaissance' to De La Soul’s 'I Can’t Call It' to A Tribe Called Quest’s 'Peace, Prosperity & Paper' to Pete Rock & Large Professor’s 'The Rap World.' Also featuring a never-better Lil’ Kim on 'Queen Bitch' and Erykah Badu & D’Angelo’s cover of the Marvin Gaye-Tammi Terrell classic 'Your Precious Love'” not to mention Quad City DJs’ “C’mon Ride It,” this is one of the best hip-hop compilations ever created, whether or not you ever see the movie it was meant to accompany.