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How to Make Money Selling Drugs

(2012)
Not Rated In Theaters 06/26/2013 , 96min.
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Critic score based on 14 reviews

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December 10, 2012
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5 stars. This is a serious contender for best documentary. It is not only entertaining, but topical and hits controversy on the nose.
December 10, 2012
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This will be your favorite film of 2013 - do not miss this.
December 10, 2012
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Incredible - this film is top notch. When this comes out in theaters, I recommend that everyone see it.

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Time Out New York
The question posed by the title of Matthew Cooke’s documentary seems to have a simple answer: Sell drugs. Lots of them. But this dope dealers’ DIY manifesto isn’t quite the illustrated instruction manual it sardonically promises to be, as Cooke talks to many a former pusher, from legendary kingpin “Freeway” Rick Ross to small-timer 50 Cent. Full Review
Andrew O'Hehir
Salon.com
Despite its slick packaging and overtly facetious premise, director Matthew Cooke and producer Adrian Grenier’s faux-educational documentary How to Make Money Selling Drugs packs a wallop. Full Review
Ernest Hardy
Village Voice
It's a smart, funny, tough-minded film crammed with data and personal anecdotes, each illuminating the other, each sketching in the staggering costs—and not just financial—of the ways authorities in this country have shaped the drug issue. It's far from glib. Full Review
Farran Smith Nehme
New York Post
This film is best when arguing that drugs should be treated as a multibillion-dollar commodity business in need of regulation, and not as a moral failing. Full Review
Gary Goldstein
Los Angeles Times
As the filmmaker unfurls the harsh, essential facts, both past and present, about America's complex relationship with drugs — along with tobacco and alcohol's longtime place in the equation — the movie gains serious power and momentum. Full Review

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