Get Rich or Die Tryin' User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.80

Current Rating: 3.80

based on 1770 votes and 89 reviews

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  • 5 stars Amazingly great
  • 3 stars surprisingly a good movie. 50 Cent can actually act. I was surprised how good he was. The movie has its plot-holes, but it was still entertaining.
  • Coolest movie ever.
  • Utterly FANTASTIC!
  • Wicked movie..50 CENT IS DA BOMB!
  • Well I Love 50 Cent He Is Like One Of My Ummm...FAV.RAPPERS! And He Done A Really Good Job Acting In His Movie....... Now Lets Get To The Movie! Umm:Pretty Good Movie...Definitally 3.5-4/5...Very intense..he Was so like BADD hmmm lmao lol! Ah!....Ya well definitally worth seeing in theatre...very good movie..action...suspensful...A BITTTT of music by him only like 2-3 songs...And i ur a 50 Cent fan like me ULL LOVE DA MOVIE!
  • Marcus Jakson is the uniq figure at this planet.He`s more distinguish cause he`s sweet MOM, who is gave her life for he`s future, for better tomorrow......
  • I LOVED IT...... That may have something to do with me LOVING 50 cent. He is the best rapper in the world and he is so hott. I have to say his movie was great and it gives me a sence to see where he is coming from with his background of his life. I now know some of the reasons to the songsthat he raps about and it may have something to do with losing his mom. I LOVE YOU CURTIS JACKSON I AM YOUR NUMBER ONE FAN
  • I think that get rich or die trying was the best movie I have every seen. I love 50 Cent to death. On March 28 I will be picking up my copy.
  • So this is 50`s way of getting rich, rob people blind in the disguise of "entertainment".

Get Rich or Die Tryin'

Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  134 min.
Release Date: November 9, 2005
DVD: March 28, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 3.80
based on 1770 votes and 89 reviews
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Cast: Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Terrence Howard, Joy Bryant, Bill Duke, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Omar Benson Miller, Viola Davis