Wild Style by Charlie Ahearn (1983, 82 min.). Called “the best hip-hop movie of all time” by The Source, and rated as one of the “Top 25 Music Films of All Time” by Rolling Stone, Wild Style follows the exploits of maverick tagger Zoro (real-life graffiti artist Lee Quinones), whose work attracts the attention of an art fancier who commissions him to paint the stage for a rappers’ convention.  But the real reason to watch the movie is for all the breakdancing, freestyle rhyming, tagging, and rare footage of hip-hop greats Grandmaster Flash, Fab Five Freddy, and The Cold Crush Brothers.