How to Make Money Selling Drugs

How to Make Money Selling Drugs

Byr Matthew Cooke

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release: 2013-06-26
  • Rate: Unrated
  • Lenght: 1h 34min
  • Director: Matthew Cooke
  • Producer: Bert Marcus Productions
  • Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 11.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 4.99
From 78 Certification


Want to make millions in a $400 billion global industry? Find out why no one is winning the war on drugs in this provocative investigation, featuring Russell Simmons, Susan Sarandon, David Simon (creator of "The Wire"), and 50 Cent.



  • WOW

    By Stacy&Jess
    I had no idea this was a film that I needed.. until I watched it.. twice.
  • Should be banned

    By trains gender guy
    This movie is basicly a way to get ur self arrested,and this movie should be banned,its basicly teaching people how to make illegal money
  • Great documentary about the world of drugs

    By Gracieunited
    If there was a star button for 6 stars I would press that - to really give this film 5 stars is not doing it enough justice. The film makers of this really hit the nail on the head. This dark world was really shown in a captivating light and I applaud the whole team on how it was executed
  • Awesome

    By K_royal
    Awesome movie highly recommend couldn't take my eyes of the screen !! Must see
  • Kinda over rated

    By TicklesTimesTwo
    A few other reviewers noted the same thing about this film - its probably getting good reviews because people agree with the message, but the film itself is only entertaining as it is obnoxious. The message itself is old, somewhat stale, and the filmmakers do nothing to show 'how' this could even happen. They throw in a bunch of celebrities and spend all this money to create 'informative entertainment!' but its so glib, and the message so obvious it makes one suspicious if the filmmakers really just wanted to indulge celebrities in Hollywood and found a way to get their attention. If they really wanted to get the message out, they probably could have just started a blog and gotten more attention for a far less budget. Not impressed.
  • Pretty cheesy

    By beermonger
    Not sure how this movie got so many good reviews. Sure the message is there, but as another reviewer mentioned, it's been done before a dozen times. The way this was presented was also pretty silly. Only eye opening if you know very little about the war on drugs.
  • Boring and Preachy

    By Keith Otis
    If you are reading this, chances are that you are already opposed to our corrupt government’s draconian drug policy, and allow me to speculate that you may, at one time or another, have dabbled in the more sophisticated means of temulence yourself. If that’s the case, why bother watching this movie? Although not entirely devoid of information, you already know all the arguments against the War on Drugs. You already know that the various drug-gestapo forces are as corrupt and despicable as prohibition agents once were. You already know that the War on Drugs is a colossal waste of the public wealth, and you know that the War on Drugs is utterly ineffective. So why watch this movie? If you do watch it, I recommend doing so with the sound off, because like all documentaries, it’s a series of talking heads, and you already know what they’re going to say before they say it. With the sound off, you can still admire the editor’s skill with After Effects, but you’ve seen those effects many times before, so they’re boring, too. All of the talking heads being interviewed are somewhat repulsive people who are not very interesting. The ex-drug dealers all make the excuse of having had a troubled or impoverished childhood, and I ignored everything Fiddy Cent (50¢) had to say, because I was too busy speculating on whether he was wearing dentures -- it certainly sounds like it. The only reason I can imagine why this documentary has received such ecstatic reviews is that it merely confirms people’s opinions: >Yeah! That’s just what *I* think! What a great movie!< That, of course, is the identical reason why people listen to Rush Limbaugh, Father Coughlin, and other such demagogues and mob masters. So save your money, and instead go buy some drugs. You’ll have a better time.
  • Great and informative

    By williamyum3
    End police brutality. More action by US, the untied states people on what happens in our secrete and shadowy government expose corruption
  • Life dee USA

    By VietnamCombatVeteranKyle
    Mind over Matter
  • Amazing

    By Sharkoffs
    This documentary hits the nail on the head with everything. We need to end the war on drugs.