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The Ultimate 8 Mile Quiz

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It was the film that showcased Eminem's acting chops alongside his rap skills, the first ever to win an Academy Award for a hip hop track and remains the only movie ever to have a hardnut character pull off the name 'Rabbit' - 8 Mile was teeming with surprises when it hit the big screen in 2002.

Now, with over a decade to digest the gritty rap drama, and just as long to clutter your mind with other nonsense, exactly how much can you recall from Slim Shady's semi-autobiographical tale of an impoverished white rapper trying to make it big? Time to pull up your hood, make gang signs at your monitor and find out. But remember, no retakes - you get one chance, one opportunity... etc etc.

(Image: All Star)

 

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