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8 Mile

Rated R for strong language, sexuality, some violence and drug use.

R 110min.
 
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Controversial rap star Eminem makes his acting debut in this hard-edged urban drama, inspired in part by incidents from the musician's own life. Jimmy Smith (Eminem), known to his friends as Rabbit, is a young man trying to make his way out of the ... Read More
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Jimmy Smith, Jr., AKA Rabbit
Stephanie Smith
Cheddar Bob
Papa Doc
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May 23, 2010
Xxsuperstarr55xX
awesum movie ever xD
May 10, 2010
privatsky10
the best movie eva!!!
March 14, 2010
Bad sob 98
is this movie for kids
January 26, 2010
bmxstar64
this ws the most was best movie eva,when i first saw this movie that was whne i started 2 luv his music and the movie was sad happy funney and crazy at times only a few
December 29, 2008
PurpleMovies27
What a sweet movie, Eminem is my hero and idle! He does a terrific job in this movie, he is the most talented person I know and he does such a great job in this movie. It is a 5 start movie no matter what, GREAT MOVIE I recomend to those who like Eminem's music!

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