Shoe5005 | Ridgefield Park, NJ | 04/02/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"It has its moments but needs some polish, and I don't like how he did Everlast because 'Whitey Ford Sings the Blues' was off the chain. How the hell do you access 'the Ass and the Curious' bonus episode??"
Hit and Diss
English Rose | England | 03/23/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is the most "shocking" and unnerving cartoon to come out since South Park. It's bolder, braver, better animation makes it a check in the critics column. The same energy and enthusiasm that Eminem brings to his music, he brings to this cartoon. It's dark, sarcastic, well written, inquisitive, true to life and hilarious! The characters are well developed and grounded in harsh reality.... blatantly the best cartoon ever made. The best thing about this cartoon tho....? It's systematically fcuks Christina "anna nicole smith thinks i look tacky" Aguilera right up her tiny trashy white ass!! And THAT'S what I call ENTERTAINMENT."
Not worth the money
Dan | Tonawanda, NY United States | 11/21/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Eminem aka Marshall Mathers is great. His music is talented and he's pretty bright. However, I must say... this DVD is really not anything great. I was very unimpressed with it.. basically just a flash animation with Eminem crew voice overs. It has a very shallow and thrown together type writing for the script. There is basically no plot to this thing and the few times it made me laugh was to little to make up for the rest of the DVD. I give it 2 stars because the big E was in it, and for the 3 times I chuckled. Otherwise it was bad, just being honest. Go rent it or borrow from a friend if your really that interested. But if your going to be spending gas money to pick it up, think twice."