ZERO STARS/**** Image B+ Sound A+
directed by Joe De Maio
by Walter Chaw A seemingly endless series of repetitive, politically embarrassing diatribes, Lauryn Hill: MTV Unplugged No. 2.0 (since released on CD as the singer/songwriter's follow-up to her acclaimed debut "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill") is extraordinarily hard to watch and even harder to listen to. Over the course of thirteen largely-indistinguishable four-chord folk tracks, Ms. Hill proselytizes in ways so mindless and nasty that the cumulative effect of her (racist, adolescent, and naïve) ranting is one of ever-mounting shrillness: one-note and off-key.