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Rapper lives up to 'ATL' teen dreams

By James Parker
Globe Correspondent / March 31, 2006

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''ATL" is one of those filmic byproducts (in this case, a promotional vehicle for the rapper Tip Harris, a.k.a. T.I.) that somehow manage to emerge from the mill of commerce with their modesty preserved. The reek of synergy is strong -- the movie is being released the same week as T.I.'s album ''King" -- but so, in its unambitious way, ... (Full article: 432 words)

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