Special features: exclusive never-before-seen rap battles with Eminem; exclusive never-before-seen music video (from The Eminem Show album); Eminem talks about making "8 mile"; authentic "8 mile" with Curtis Hanson; the music of "8 mile;" production notes; cast & crew biographies; theatrical trailer; DVD-Rom features
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2002
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Violence: Well, there is a bit of violence--nothing much though, just a few fist fights.
Coarse Language: Hell, this is a rap movie. With Eminem. Enough said.
Sexual Content: This title contains Sexual Content.
Violence: This title contains Violence.
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Future: I had a lotta names, baby - The most jealous names. I used to be called Maximum, Brimstone, Godfather D - None of 'em worked, you-know-what-Ima-sayin'? 'Til one day someone said I was the future of hip-hop in Detroit. And that was it.
B. Rabbit: As a matter of fact dawg, here's a pencil, go home, write some s**t, make it suspenseful; and don't come back 'til somethin' dope hits you. F**k it, you can take the mic home wit' you.
B. Rabbit: [rapping] ... Don't ever try to judge me dude / You don't know what the f**k I've been through / But I know something about you / You went to Cranbrook - that's a private school / What's the matter, dog? / You're embarrassed? / This guy's a gangster? / His real name is Clarence / Now Clarence lives at home wit both parents / And Clarence parents have a real good marriage...