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Documentary, Music

Hip Hop artist Snoop Dogg changes his name to Snoop Lion, travels to Jamaica, emerges himself in Rastafarian culture and produces his first reggae record.

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The critical consensus

Afloat on a permanent cloud of ganja, feted by the Kingston populace, this Dogg looks more like the cat who got the cream.

**(*)(*)(*)Anthony Quinn, The Independent, 21/03/2013

It features more weed than a pot-warming party at Bill & Ben's but offers little more than spliff-glazed promotion for Snoop's reggae reincarnation.

**(*)(*)(*)Patrick Peters, Empire Online, 18/03/2013

There could have been an interesting documentary here had the director stepped up to challenge his subject. But Capper tags along obediently, poodle to the Dogg.

**(*)(*)(*)Henry Barnes, The Guardian, 21/03/2013

Lavish PR mission or genuine example of creative renewal? Beats us...

David Jenkins, Little White Lies, 21/03/2013

The result is comic, pretentious and tedious.

Philip French, The Observer, 24/03/2013

All told – and this film knows exactly who its audience is – a reminder of what famously enriching company habitual stoners are.

**(*)(*)(*)Malcolm Jack, The List, 25/03/2013

Where and when?

General release. Check local listings for show times.

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