The fact that the soundtrack to the 50 Cent movie is essentially a new G-Unit record (in that no one outside Curtis Jackson's camp appears) shouldn't amaze you. Fiddy and company can throw together a mixtape's-worth of new raps before most folks' morning coffee is done brewing. It's more interesting that the album is the first product of the widely expanded G-Unit family. (Since dropping The Massacre, 50 impusively signed Mobb Deep, M.O.P. and Ma$e to his sub-sub-subsidiary label). All the new members attack some likeable beats (the Hi-Tek-produced Young Buck track Don't Need No Help wins) and sound refreshed. The prolific 50 himself does nine songs -- half the album -- and comes correct. Of course, there's nothing here as good as Lose Yourself. For a full review of Get Rich Or Die Tryin', see Movies.