In the Movies

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In the Movies
Ice Cube-In the Movies.jpg
Compilation album by Ice Cube
Released September 4, 2007 (2007-09-04)
Recorded 1991–2005
Genre Hardcore hip hop, west coast rap, g-Funk
Length 62:24
Label Capitol/Priority Records[1](U.S.)
  • Dr. Dre
  • Ice Cube
  • Paul Oakenfold
  • Sam Sneed
  • Sir Jinx
  • Dutch
  • Teak
  • Rockwilder
  • Steve Osborne
  • One Eye
  • Bud'da
  • Dee 'Underdue'
  • Frank Collura
Ice Cube chronology
Laugh Now, Cry Later
(2006)Laugh Now, Cry Later2006
"In The Movies"
Raw Footage
(2008)Raw Footage2008
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[2]
DJBooth.net3/5 stars[3]
Robert Christgau(choice cut)[4]

In the Movies is a 2007 album by Ice Cube. It is a compilation of tracks that have appeared in movies from 1991 with Boyz n the Hood to 2005 with xXx: State of the Union. It was released on September 4, 2007 and in Australia on September 24, 2007.[5] The album was confused for a studio album prior to the release of the track listing. This album has guest appearances from Mack 10, Ms. Toi, Dr. Dre, Master P, Mr. Short Khop and Ice-T. The album's artwork is cinema-reel themed and actual images of Ice Cube are similar to those in Laugh Now, Cry Later.

Track listing[edit]

# Song Movie Year Featured guest(s)
1 "You Can Do It" Next Friday 2000 Mack 10, Ms. Toi
2 "We Be Clubbin'" The Players Club 1998
3 "Natural Born Killaz" Murder Was the Case 1994 Dr. Dre
4 "Anybody Seen the PoPos?" xXx: State of the Union 2005
5 "Friday" Friday 1995
6 "How to Survive in South Central" Boyz n the Hood 1991
7 "$100 Bill Y'all" All About the Benjamins 2002
8 "You Know (I'm a Ho)" The Players Club 1998 Master P
9 "The World Is Mine" Dangerous Ground 1997 Mack 10, K-Dee
10 "Ghetto Vet" I Got the Hook Up 1998 Mack 10, Mr. Short Khop
11 "Maniac in the Brainiac" Bulworth 1998 Mack 10
12 "The Wrong Nigga to Fuck Wit" Bulworth 1998
13 "Roll All Day" Gone in 60 Seconds 2000
14 "Higher" Higher Learning 1995
15 "Trespass" Trespass 1993 Ice-T
16 "Right Here, Right Now" Blade II 2002 Paul Oakenfold


Chart Peak Position
Billboard 200 #169[6]
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums #34[6]
Top Rap Albums #13[6]