19 Best Movies And Shows of Snoop Dogg

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Snoop Dogg
Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg, an American rapper and actor, began his career as a musician and a mailman before becoming well-known for his use of the word “-izzle” before nouns and his several braided hairstyles. Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. was inspired to choose the stage moniker “Snoop Dogg” because his mother playfully remarked that he resembled the cartoon character “Snoopy” from The Peanuts. After making his debut in 1996’s “A Thin Line Between Love and Hate,” Snoop Dogg progressed by landing parts in movies like “Bones” and “Starsky and Hutch.”

His first viewing of her was in the short film “Murder was the case” and recorded music. As he likes to call himself “The Dogg,” he has appeared on the silver or gold screen numerous times. Here is the list containing top motion pictures and television programs in that Snoop Dogg appeared.

In addition to dabbling in movies, the Doggy style rapper founded his own production house, Snoopadelic Films, and amassed 234 acting credits, as per IMDb. In the most recent phase of his career, the 49-year-old musician has also kept up his musical production.

19. Dolemite Is My Name

The 2019 comedy/drama biopic Dolemite Is My Name tells the story of actor Rudy Ray Moore, focusing on his famous victimization character Dolemite. The tribute to the star of the 1970s movies captivated critics, making it one of the highest-rated Netflix movies ever.

Dolemite Is My Name
Dolemite Is My Name

Rudy Ray Moore is a bumbling musician who works at a record shop in Los Angeles based in the 1970s and constantly tries to go on air at the radio station of the store. He works in a club as an MC for his pal Ben Taylor and his band. He requests a funny time slot from the club owner but is rejected. One day, a homeless man named Ricco enters the record shop and starts shouting and rhyming, one of which involves the word “Dolemite.” In the movie, Snoop plays the supporting character Roj.

Another rapper who was cast to play a film executive is T.I. The two rappers are a welcome addition to the group, which also includes Wesley Snipes and Keegan-Michael Key. Snoop also recorded a song in 1999 to pay tribute to the man referred to as “the father of rap,” called “Dolemite,” which is included on his album No Limit Top Dogg.

18. Training Day

Training Day is a drama/thriller from 2001 starring Denzel Washington as the seasoned officer and Ethan Hawke as the rookie cop. As Hawke’s character, Jake Hoyt, discovers his senior officer’s greed and rule-bending, the tension between the two officers begins to simmer.

Training Day
Training Day

Snoop plays Blue, a street corner dweller, in this “chain-of-command” police thriller, while Dr. Dre is seen as Paul, an officer who eventually joins in on stealing money from a crime scene. Both hip-hop icons, however, play only minor roles in the movie, which received nominations for Best Actor for Washington and Best Supporting Actor for Hawke at the Academy Awards.

17. Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

The Style Boyz, which consisted of Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer, the comic music group behind The Lonely Island, is the focus of Andy Samberg’s 2016 mockumentary. Popstar was praised by critics for mocking the excess and over-saturation of frontline American music.

Popstar Never Stop Never Stopping
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

Snoop barely briefly appears in the movie as himself, but his presence adds to its overall humor. Mariah Carey, Usher, Nas, and many more also make appearances in Popstar.

16. Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap 

This 2012 documentary, which Ice-T co-directed, features a plethora of interviews with prominent rappers and composers from different eras of the genre. Hip-hop forefathers from the east coast, west, south, and Midwest are included in Something from Nothing’s historical depiction of the art form, which spans the whole nation.

Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap 
Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap

Hip-hop fans can enjoy interviews with Snoop, Kanye West, Nas, and many other living luminaries in addition to Eminem. The interviews with veteran MCs like Big Daddy Kane and Rakim are also highly anticipated by fans.

15. Quincy 

Several famous people, including Snoop Dogg, were spoken with while the 2018 documentary on jazz legend Quincy Jones was being produced. The film highlights the musician’s ongoing influence while charting several eras of his career.


Rashida Jones, his daughter, and Alan Hicks, a former banker who is now a singer and filmmaker, co-directed Quincy. In addition to Snoop, the movie features a broadcast of historical and contemporary cultural figures, such as Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, Beyoncé, and Kendrick Lamar.

14. Turbo

Snoop and Ryan Reynolds star in this DreamWorks animated family/comedy, which was released in 2013. Snoop provides the voice of the fast-moving alpha dog, Smooth Move, while Reynolds portrays Turbo, a snail that wants to race despite his physical limitations.


Snoop’s distinctive voice gives the movie more character because he contributes to the wide range of voices utilized in it, including those of Michael Peña, Paul Giamatti, and Samuel L. Jackson.

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Although Dreamworks’ standard animated films like Shrek or Antz were more popular, Turbo is still a good family movie. It is one hell of a ride with a crazy soundtrack, colorful animations, and funny comedic dialogues and stories. I am sure you will love the movie and will enjoy it a lot. 

13. Iceberg Slim: Portrait Of A Pimp 

A 2013 documentary titled Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp tells the tale of how a Chicago procurer rose to fame as a writer. Before passing away in 1992, Robert Beck, who went under the moniker Robert Beck, wrote seven volumes about his complicated life. Posthumous editions of several of his books, including Night Train to Sugar Hill, have since been released (2019).

Iceberg Slim Portrait Of A Pimp
Iceberg Slim Portrait Of A Pimp

Snoop joins a group of Black celebrities, including Ice-T and Chris Rock, as they remember Iceberg Slim’s life and career while highlighting his cultural significance. As it is a documentary so, keep your expectations in check, but if you like movies of this space, you will surely find something to look for in this movie. 

12. Starsky & Hutch 

Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, and Vince Vaughn form a triple threat of humor in the 2004 comedy remake of the 1970s TV drama. Despite critics not considering it in the same league as other comic favorites of the early 2000s, such as Dodgeball (2004) or Wedding Crashers, the comedy star-studded action ensemble contributed to favorable box office performances (2005).

Starsky & Hutch
Starsky & Hutch

As a result of recent misbehavior, two Bay City Police officers, the laid-back Ken “Hutch” Hutchinson and the macho David Starsky—who cherishes his Ford Torino and aggressively pursues small offenders—are made partners.

Reese Feldman, a Jewish-American drug lord, and Kevin Jutsum, his right-hand man, create an untraceable brand of cocaine in the meantime. Feldman kills one of his dealers after he botches a transaction. A few days later, the body washes up on the coast, and Starsky and Hutch go to investigate.

They follow a tip to Feldman, who claims he had no involvement in the crime but admits the supplier had been seeing a cheerleader. Cheerleader Heather presents the detectives with a jacket after they meet cheerleaders Stacey and Holly.

Snoop lends his trademark flair and a few funny one-liners to the film as the criminal figure Huggy Bear, a semi-informant to the two silly, dysfunctional detectives. The cast is full of comedic actors, so you will surely enjoy the movie as it is filled with comedic punches and laughter. 

11. Baby Boy

South Central Los Angeles is the setting for the drama/crime Baby Boy. When the movie debuted in 2001, critics generally gave it favorable reviews. It was Snoop’s first significant part in a full-length film, and he co-starred with Tyrese Gibson.

After forcing his girlfriend Yvette to go, Joseph “Jody” Summers waits for her at an abortion clinic. She asks him if he’ll ever move in with her and their kid JoJo, but he purposefully avoids the question and arrives and departs as he pleases.

They then get into a heated disagreement about his lack of dedication and selfishness. Jody continues to have relationships with other women in the meantime, including one named Peanut, with who together he shares a daughter named Lil’ Nut.

Baby Boy
Baby Boy

Pandora, Yvette’s coworker and friend, and Jody also almost had sex, but Jody was able to turn her down. When Yvette learns of his infidelity, their quarrel eventually gets physical, and she eventually kicks him out of her house. Gibson portrays Jody, a 20-year-old father of two who is having a hard time making ends meet due to a lack of a job or strategy. Snoop portrays Rodney, who was freshly released from prison and is Jody’s similarly streetwise friend/betrayer.

The two guys eventually become caught in a vicious cycle of violence brought on by their intertwined sexual and drug-peddling relationships. Snoop portrays a somewhat sinister character that puts his acting skills to the test.

10. The Beach Bum

The Florida beachfront is the setting for this 2019 stoner comedy starring Isla Fisher, Zac Efron, Matthew McConaughey, and of course, Snoop Dogg. Moondog and his wife Minnie live there and are known for their constant partying. Moondog completes his manuscript after rediscovering his writing abilities as a result of a tragedy.

The Beach Bum
The Beach Bum

Snoop portrays Moondog’s affluent pal, Lingerie, a marijuana lover. Compared to Spring Breakers, the last party/stoner film from filmmaker Harmony Korine, Beach Bum is a boisterous comedy with a little bit more to offer.

9. Bones 

The musician Snoop Dogg plays Jimmy Bones, a murdered numbers runner who emerges from the dead to exact revenge, in Ernest Dickerson’s 2001 supernatural horror thriller from America. The movie makes reference to blaxploitation movies from the 1970s by including several of their tropes.

The film initially received poor reviews and had poor box office success, but it has subsequently gained respect as a cult classic, particularly for the performances by Snoop Dogg and Pam Grier, the real-world effects, and Dickerson’s direction.


In 1979, Snoop Dogg’s character Jimmy Bones was adored for being a pillar of the community and its guardian. Drug peddler Eddie Mack (Ricky Harris) and corrupt cop Lupovich (Michael T. Weiss) betray him and brutally murder him, forcing Jimmy’s companions Jeremiah, portrayed by Clifton Powell, and Shotgun, played by Ronald Selmour, to alternately knife him to death.

The only person to decline was his lover Pearl (Pam Grier), who attempted suicide instead but was stopped. After that, Bones’ opulent brownstone building is locked and turned into his own mausoleum. Because of Bones’ disappearance, the neighborhood became desolate 22 years later and allowed drugs to spread throughout it.

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In order to turn the Bones house into a nightclub, four teenagers—Patrick (Khalil Kain), his brother Bill, their step-sister Tia played by Merwin Mondesir and Katharine Isabelle respectively, and their closest buddy Maurice Sean Amsing buy it.

While searching, Tia discovers a black puppy who turns out to be Jimmy’s ghost incarnate in the physical world. Jimmy slowly comes back to life as the dog consumes food.

8. Hood Of Horror

Snoop Dogg’s voiced Gangbanger Devon, who first appears in the narrative, describes how he came to be a Hound Of Hell. All of this occurred when he and his group got into a shoot-out with Liore, the leader of a rival gang (voiced by Hawthorne James), during a car chase through the neighborhood. Eventually, he wrapped up to Liore and shot him in the head.

After returning home, Devon discovers that his younger sister had passed away after being struck by a stray bullet from his gun during the chase. Seeing Liore alive as he wanders the streets in amazement, he confronts the woman only to watch Liore transform into a demon and beat Devon mercilessly.

Devon can have any wish granted to him, according to Liore, as long as he pays the price. When Devon requests that his sister come back to life, Liore complies and hands Devon a knife while announcing that a price must be paid in blood.

Devon resolves to commit suicide by slitting his throat in retaliation for what he did; as a result, his sister is now alive and back with their mother then, after Devon has atoned for his sins.

Loire raises him from the dead and marks him with the HOH tattoo on the rear of his neck, which all Hounds of Hell possess, along with wisdom, strength, and the responsibility to determine who goes to Heaven or Hell.

Devon asks Liore how long he has to remain a Hound of Hell, and Liore replies that he asked his former master when he first turned into one and that it is up to Devon to decide his fate.

7. The Wash

Roommates Sean, played by Dr. Dre, and Dee Loc, portrayed by Snoop Dogg, have a 3-day eviction notice from their landlord since they haven’t paid their rent. Dee Loc proposes that his roommate visit the same car dealership where he works and submit an application there.

Because things have just become worse because Sean just lost his job at Foot Locker due to a layoff, and his car also has a boot on it. Chris, played by rapper Eminem, is sacked the day prior, and Sean is promptly hired as assistant manager.

The Wash
The Wash

Dee Loc refuses to pay the rent even though he has the whole amount due (from his side business trafficking narcotics), saying Sean must be responsible and pay his share. Sean tries his hardest to win over Mr. Washington, portrayed by George Wallace, the car wash’s proprietor, in order to keep his employment long enough to pay his share of the rent.

Initially, everything seems to be going smoothly, but after Dee Loc is caught on camera stealing, Mr. Washington tells Sean that he has made a decision, including evicting his roommate. Sean tries to persuade Dee Loc to behave more responsibly, but their relationship suffers as a result.

Two ignorant and irate local criminals contact the carwash with demands, unaware that caller ID shows their location, and kidnap Mr. Washington at gunpoint. Sean and Dee Loc set aside their disputes long enough to liberate their employer rather than call the cops.

The situation becomes worse when Chris, a former assistant manager, arrives with an AK-47 and demands retribution from Mr. Washington for firing him. Chris kills one of the kidnappers, then fires into the car wash before running out of ammo. Sean attempts to attack Chris but fails and collapses. Security guard Dwayne (Bruce Bruce) intervenes and handcuffs Chris before he can kill Sean.

6. Meet The Blacks

Carl Black is leaving Chicago with his family. Carl Black, played by Mike Epps, swaps the hustler lifestyle for something better after robbing a notorious criminal drug lord named Key Flo, played by Charlie Murphy, of a significant sum of money and making the assumption that he will spend the next five or six years behind bars.

Meet The Blacks

Carl moves to Beverly Hills with his new bride Lorena played by Zulay Henao. Son Carl Jr. is played by Alex Henderson, daughter Allie Black is played by Bresha Webb, and cousin Cronut is played by Lil Duval.

It turns out that Carl chose the wrong moment to move. Around the time of the annual purge, they show up, intertwining all of Carl’s personal problems while all criminality is permitted for a whole twelve hours.

5. Soul Plane

Although Nashawn Wade claims to have always loved flying, he has a terrible experience with a typical airline: his dog Dre is mistakenly labeled as checked luggage rather than a carry-on; he consumes a terrible airline meal; his buttocks become stuck in the toilet while experiencing diarrhea brought on by his dinner, and Dre is lethally swallowed through a jet engine after a stewardess unintentionally opens the cargo door.

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Soul Plane
Soul Plane

Nashawn sues the airline because of the awful experience he had, and the jury grants him a $100,000,000 verdict. He makes the decision to utilize the funds to launch his own airline, which will be called Nashawn Wade Airlines (NWA)and will be named after the rap group NWA.

The airline specializes in serving the hip-hop and African American communities. The Malcolm X station at the airport is where Jamiqua and Shaniece, two unemployed TSA agents, are having fun rather than checking passengers’ bags.

It is an extensively modified Boeing 747SP that has a dance club, low-rider hydraulic systems, spinners, integrated airfoils to reduce drag from the decoration, and other special features. The safety video also features a parody of “Survivor” by Destiny’s Child.

4. Mac & Devin Go to High School

Mac & Devin The stoner comedy Go to High School was released in 2012 in America. Rappers Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa, who is making his film debut, are starring in the Dylan Brown-directed movie. Mike Epps, Teairra Mari, Luenell Andy Milonakis, and Mystikal’s voices all make cameo appearances.

The plot centers on Devin, a dorky high schooler, and Mac, a smoker who meets Devin and exposes him to marijuana. The name of the high school, “N. Hale,” is likewise a play on the term “inhale” and is established on Nate Dogg’s real name, Nathaniel Hale.

Mac & Devin Go to High School
Mac & Devin Go to High School

On December 13, 2011, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa released the soundtrack for the movie under the name Mac & Devin. Attend a high school. The album’s most well-known single, “Young, Wild & Free,” featuring Bruno Mars, achieved worldwide success.

In its first week, the song sold 159,000 digital copies and peaked at number 10 on the US Hot 100 and number forty-four on the Canadian Hot 100. In an interview, Snoop Dogg said that the success of the soundtrack had motivated him to create a film adaptation of “Young, Wild & Free.” In March 2012, it was stated that he and Wiz Khalifa would star in the spin-off.

3. Scary Movie 5

Together, Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan used more than 20 cameras to make a sex tape next to Sheen’s bed. The time-lapsed video cuts to the two engaging in a variety of bedroom shenanigans, such as horseback riding, gymnastics, and clowns jumping in under the covers.

Sheen is propelled into the air by a supernatural force and knocked into furniture such as doors, shelves, and walls before landing back on the bed. When Lohan flies into the air due to fear, she makes the decision to return home.

However, while doing so, she becomes cursed and kills Sheen by throwing him into the camera. According to the book, Sheen’s body was discovered that day, but he continued to party until days later.

Scary Movie 5
Scary Movie 5

A few months later, in quest of cannabis plants to steal, Ja’Marcus and D’Andre are out on foot in the Californian forest of Humboldt County. They steal one and flee, finding refuge in a log cabin located in the woods. Once there, they discover three weird beings who are subsequently identified as Sheen’s kids and turn them in exchange for a reward. Before being declared healthy enough to be released back into the care of their families, the wild children are isolated for a few months at a child development research facility.

When Sheen’s brother Dan Sanders and his wife Jody arrive to pick them up, they are informed that they can have them provided they agree to reside in a sizable middle-class home in a suburban area that is fitted with surveillance cameras.

At first, Jody is hesitant to bring the kids, but she quickly gets used to having them. Jody auditions for a ballet production of Swan Lake in an effort to establish a connection with their new children, and she is chosen for the lead role of the Swan Queen.

2. Murder Was the Case

Snoop Doggy Dogg is the star of the 1994 short film and accompanying record Murder Was the Case. The 18-minute movie, in which Snoop Dogg’s mythical death and subsequent resurrection following a contract with the Devil, was directed by Dr. Dre and Fab Five Freddy.

The title of the movie is taken from a song by Snoop Dogg from his new single, Doggystyle, which was out a year earlier.

Murder Was the Case
Murder Was the Case

The song “What Would You Do” by Tha Dogg Pound, which was featured on the soundtrack for the film Natural Born Killers, was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1996 for Best Rap Performance by a Combo or Group.

1. City Of Lies

Investigative reporter Darius “Jack” Jackson of the Los Angeles Times is given the task of writing a story about Christopher Wallace’s murder in 2015. He meets with disgraced former LAPD detective Russell Poole.

Russell Poole is a retired detective. Poole explains his theory, according to which Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight bribed dishonest LAPD officers to kill Wallace and cover it up in a sequence of flashbacks from the past.

City Of Lies
City Of Lies

Poole is tasked with looking into the 1997 shooting of an off-black police sergeant Kevin Gaines by a white cop, Frank Lyga, just a few weeks just after Wallace’s murder. Due to the media craze around other recent racial issues in Los Angeles, like the beating of Rodney King and the O.J. Simpson trial, Poole is under pressure from senior management.

Poole discovers during the process of the investigation that Gaines was employed by Knight and had gang ties to the Bloods. Lieutenant O’Shea, Poole’s superior commander, rejects this notion and instructs Poole to put an end to the Gaines-Lyga shooting.

Although Lyga is cleared, the Gaines family is being represented in court by lawyer Johnnie Cochran. In order to look into the Wallace murder, Poole is reassigned to the Robbery-Homicide Division after an undercover FBI agent reveals the relationship between Knight and Gaines.

By Ritik Katiyar

Ritik Katiyar is pursuing a post-graduate degree in Pharmaceutics. Currently, he lives in Srinagar, Uttarakhand, India. You can find him writing about all sorts of listicle topics. A pharmaceutical postgrad by day, and a content writer by night. You can write to him at ritik.katiyar3@gmail.com

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