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Rated R for language including some sexual references.

R In Theaters 10/8/2010 , 94min.
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March 29, 2011
I attended the Black Arts Film Festival in Wilmington and saw this movie. It is EXCELLENT---a brilliant concept for the presentation of a thought provoking movie.
October 15, 2010
omg i am so down to go see this movie only a 10 min drive for me ahhh cant waite.. Oct,22 at the rave... ppl who is down to go?? let me know...
October 15, 2010
Hey Ghetto Physics is coming out on October twenty second at the Rave motion pictures in LA don't miss it....
October 06, 2010
From its title, you can probably deduce that GhettoPhysics: Will the Real Pimps and Ho?s Please Stand Up! is a one-of-a-kind movie. This is not surprising since one of the filmmaker?s claim to fame is another one-of-a-kind film ? William H. Arntz?s What the BLEEP Do We Know!?, the cult film seen by more than 100 million
October 06, 2010
It?s not every day that you find movies that you can relate to but this movie/documentary really hits home. As we go about our day to day routines we tend to forget about what matters in our life. Such as health care, education, environment, Food Production and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS. This movie hits all points to the T, so what are we going to do

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Washington Post
Like "What the Bleep," this movie is a bit of a hodgepodge, blending an interview-driven documentary with a less remarkable story-based drama. Full Review
Dennis Harvey
For all its street edge, GhettoPhysics pretty much delivers the usual New Age seminar sleight-of-hand, providing a temporary, generalized sense of empowerment without any practical tools to improve one's lot. Full Review
Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times
GhettoPhysics undercuts its approach with too much cant, too much rambling and too much that is self-evident. Full Review
Sheri Linden
The Hollywood Reporter
Very much a lesson, and a repetitive and uneven one at that, GhettoPhysics succeeds at least as a conversation starter. Full Review
Steven Rea
Philadelphia Inquirer
From the street corner to the boardroom to the White House, the same paradigms are in play, Brown argues. Full Review

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