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Brandon Keck 1 year ago
Lives up to the hype. Solid movie by Eminem.
Mirza Šišić almost 5 years ago
This shit's hood. Ya'll.
Angeline Schaaf over 5 years ago
The rap battle scenes are clearly the best. Em is great as Rabbit.
Zach Sly over 5 years ago
Whether or not you are a fan of Eminem, (I'm not) this is a well made and enjoyable film.
Kakra 6 years ago
Eazym LilBoy over 6 years ago
Veoma dobro ostvarenje Slima
Stefan Stupar over 6 years ago
Prošlo je deset godina,a kadrovi iz ovog filma i aplauz posle projekcije, ostaju upamćeni.
Dominic Dirupo 7 years ago
The Karate Kid with rapping. Smells like a Disney movie if it wasn't for the cursing
LANX 3 months ago
Guido Petri 4 months ago
Itzel Amieva 6 months ago
Miranda Wright 7 months ago
Seft 10 months ago
Martin Ponciano 10 months ago
Daniel Camacho 10 months ago
Flo HM 1 year ago
İlke İzgi over 1 year ago
Nathaniel Spencer over 1 year ago
8 Mile is a 2002 American hip-hop drama film written by Scott Silver, directed by Curtis Hanson, and starring Eminem, Mekhi Phifer, Brittany Murphy, and Kim Basinger. The film is an account of a young white rapper named Jimmy "B-Rabbit" Smith Jr. (Eminem) growing up in a poor area of 1995 Detroit, Michigan as he struggles for respect among his (mostly African-American) peers. Contrary to popular belief, the film does not detail Eminem's life growing up in Detroit, but instead, the average life of a rapper in Detroit, as stated by Eminem in interviews about the film. Despite this, the film is considered to be semi-autobiographical. The film was a critical and financial success. Eminem won the Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Lose Yourself". The film begins with protagonist Jimmy "B-Rabbit" Smith, Jr. (Eminem) at a local rap battle MCd by Smith's friend David "Future" Porter (Mekhi Phifer). A nervous Rabbit chokes at the mic and exits the competition. Jimmy, a young and unhappy...
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