The music video begins by showing the rest of D12 looking through the window of a door to find Eminem receiving a massage, which is similar to the song's preceding skit on the album, "Dude"... See full summary »
The music video parodies TV shows Rock of Love and Star Trek (with the Starfleet insignia replaced with an inverted 2nd Infantry Division), as well as video game Guitar Hero with Eminem ... See full summary »
Eminem is standing on the roof above the city. After that he walks down the street, constantly reflecting - first in the windows of cars, and after and at all getting into the labyrinth of ... See full summary »
The music video features Eminem performing the song in a psychiatric ward, a local Detroit neighborhood nearside a park, a fast-food joint, the Grammy Awards, and even in a factory where ... See full summary »
The music video for "The Monster" was Eminem's third to be directed by the American filmmaker Rich Lee. He filmed Eminem's and Rihanna's parts on November 20, 2013 in Detroit. The video, ... See full summary »
The music video was directed by Philip Atwell on December 10-11, 2002. Almost all the film footage was used in the video except for a scene where 50 Cent raps in a glass box. The video is ... See full summary »
I really enjoyed listening and watching this music video. I watched it based on Eminem featuring. The actresses were so professional and when I compare them to some really famous actresses especially in social media, I think to myself why I should waste my time on watching some weak productions of stars. Some of them can sing but they really can't act hot well and Just some of their crazy fans may think they've acted brilliantly and unbelievable. Some type of awkward musics has become similar to some religions that just are trying to keep themselves alive and everyone is forced to praise them.
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