How to Make Money Selling Drugs


Action / Crime / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 77%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 6254


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September 30, 2013 at 05:34 PM



Woody Harrelson as Himself
Susan Sarandon as Herself
Eminem as Himself
50 Cent as Himself
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755.65 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by brandon-peril 10 / 10

A Definite Yes

I had the pleasure of attending a screening for How to Make Money Selling Drugs and I have to start out by saying that it is a definite yes.

This is not your typical documentary. This is a really captivating story that paints an overall picture by allowing the viewer inside of each step of the drug wars and drug dealing businesses both in our country and internationally. The viewer is brought into so many different people's lives and so many facets of the drug wars that you are left whole when the film ends.

The film is funny in a genuine way, yet powerful at the same time. I will reiterate that it's something to put on your radar.

Reviewed by adamdestin1987 9 / 10

Ridiculously Good in Every Way

I can sum up this movie in three words: awesome, original and powerful. How to make money selling drugs is everything that any good documentary or movie, in general, should be.

The creativity and originality of this movie stood out to me right away and all throughout the film. In a world where everything is re-make or recreation of something from the past, it was totally refreshing and fascinating to finally see a film that brings creativity to the forefront.

The talent was phenomenal and interesting from start to finish. It was also brilliantly shot and executed. I was blown away by this documentary and cannot say enough good things.

Reviewed by manerkan 10 / 10

Creative portrayal of a popular topic

I think that we can all agree that a documentary about drug dealing or drugs wars is not a particularly new subject matter. I have seen many documentaries and television shows that discuss such topics. But I am happy to report that this documentary is not like the rest. It is a totally novel discussion and portrayal of what it takes to rise in the ranks, paired with engaging and entertaining narration, followed by a powerful message that left me thinking about the subject matter for hours, if not days thereafter.

I was captivated by not only the pace and dialogue, but the talent of the film.

I am interested to see what the future holds for this movie, and I am certain it will gain a huge following and critical acclaim. It's definitely one to watch.

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