How to Make Money Selling Drugs

2012

Action / Crime / Documentary

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 77%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 6405

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Woody Harrelson as Himself
Susan Sarandon as Herself
Eminem as Himself
50 Cent as Himself
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by santiagocosme 6 / 10

A movie that won't make you quit your day job. Or will it?

Documentaries are very smartly done these days. They know how to really come up with a flashy name, they add a few famous people in the credits (although they happen to be just the narrator), they create tension in their story telling it as if it was a movie, and the result is that you spend an hour and a half listening to things you have heard a thousand times, but they do it in a way to make it sound like it's the most ground-breaking documentary ever.

In this documentary about drugs, pretty much all of the above is true. You don't really learn anything new but since the subject is interesting, and you're bored on a Sunday afternoon where your only option is to stay in because the weather is awful outside, then you watch it and try to convince yourself that you just watched a compulsory viewing documentary. But nothing could be further from the truth.

Time for a hit! Sorry, a nap!

Reviewed by jmduffy1 10 / 10

Unbelievablely Interesting

For a long time I've wondered about the so called war on drugs. It always seemed sort of manufactured to squeeze money out of taxpayers. This documentary confirmed my suspicions.

Whoever directed this film did it with genius. I wasn't sure what to expect and watched it fairly late at night. The story is about every part of the illegal drug trade. The risks and rewards, the hypocrisy of the politicians, and ignorance of the public.

If you watch it you won't be disappointed. I came into this thinking that maybe illegal drugs should have penalties reduced and perhaps some decriminalization. Not anymore. This drug war won't end until illegal drugs are legal and people are informed (especially children )about the consequences of drugs on ones life. As I child I was taught that heroin was extremely dangerous and wouldn't have thought of trying it. It wouldn't matter if it were legal or not. I know what it can lead to and have no interest in it.

If you get the chance to see this film, watch it. It is one of those rare documentaries that will change your mind after you see it. If you don't think drugs should be legalized, you WATCH THIS DOCUMENTARY your mindset will be moved.

Reviewed by leonblackwood 7 / 10

Great Documentary! 7/10

Review: This is a brilliant documentary which gives you a deep insight into the world of drugs. The title makes you think that it's going to be an A-Z of becoming a drug lord, but basically it shows you the different sides of selling and taking narcotics and how the government isn't really helping the situation. I learnt a lot from this film. It really does show that things really aren't black and white. When you see the amount of money that the government are getting in there budgets to fight drug crime to what they are actually doing against the war on drugs, there is definitely something wrong. The Eminem and 50 Cent bonus interview was touching and some of the ex-drug king pins really do show that it really doesn't pay to get into that world. Anyway, it's a great documentary that is definitely worth a watch.

Round-Up: The other great thing about this documentary is that it shows that there are many addictions that are legal, that cause much more problems than drug addiction. When I saw that statistics about how many people are dying from smoking, it was really scary and as a smoker, it did make me think twice. I also couldn't believe that 25% of the world prisoners are in America which really does show that they have a serious problem. Anyway, I don't want to spoil the documentary for anyone so just watch it and get back to me with your views.

Budget: N/A Worldwide Gross: $40,000 (Deserved More!)

I recommend this movie to people who are interested in the mind behind a drug dealer and the up and down sides of that world. 7/10

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