|Directed by||Stephen Gyllenhaal|
|Written by||Stephen Gyllenhaal|
|Produced by||Jason Clark|
|Edited by||Michael Jablow|
|Music by||Trevor Rabin|
|Distributed by||Sony Pictures Releasing|
Small-fry marijuana harvesters in Northern California try to keep the business running, negotiating the biggest sale ever and keeping a secret. But when silent partners, the Mafia, the police, and other meddlers crash the party, they begin to realize they are in over their heads.
- Billy Bob Thornton as Jack Marsden
- Hank Azaria as Carter
- Kelly Lynch as Lucy
- Jon Bon Jovi as Danny
- Ryan Phillippe as Harlan Dykstra
- John Lithgow as Malcolm / Robert Stockman
- Jamie Lee Curtis as Sierra Kahan
- Ted Danson as Gianni Saletzzo
- Jon Tenney as Helicopter Pilot
- Judge Reinhold as Policeman
- Matt Ross as Ben Hickson
- Jake Gyllenhaal as Jake / Blue Kahan
- Kleoka Renee Sands as 4-Year-Old Girl
- Leigh French as Waitress
- Christopher Dalton as Old Farmer
- Tiffany Paulsen as Heather the Stockbreeder
- Jeanette H. Wilson as White Haired Woman
- Seamus McNally as Hippie Hank
- Steve Carell as Party Extra with Funny Pants (uncredited)
- Ramsay Midwood as Bill the Gas station guy
On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, Homegrown has an approval rating of 44% based on 18 reviews. In a positive review, Lawrence Van Gelder of The New York Times praised the cast and the film's plot "that mingles murder mystery, rustic comedy, outlaw sociology, plant husbandry, lusty romance and layers of old-fashioned avarice, which is to say old-fashioned business". Leonard Klady of Variety wrote the film "[opts] for a droll tone that puts the yarn of illegal growing and selling into the leagues of muted outlawism that characterized such vintage fare as 'Beat the Devil' and 'The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight'", adding that the film's ensemble cast, with the exception of Thornton and Lithgow, are "seemingly unsupported by direction or precision from the script."
The soundtrack was released on June 11, 2002 on Will Records.
- "Smoke Two Joints" by Sublime [4:46] – (original version by The Toyes)
- "Book Of Rules" by The Heptones [3:51]
- "GBH" by Death In Vegas [5:13]
- "Pass The Dutchie" by Buck-O-Nine [2:59]
- "We Are Dumb" by Home Grown [1:55]
- "I Smell A Rat" by Sebadoh [1:36]
- "Stars" by Green Apple Quick Step [3:17]
- "Gone To Stay" by Elaine Summers [3:58]
- "Great Escape" by Chaser [4:44]
- "Sick And Beautiful" by Artificial Joy Club [4:24]
- "Electro Glide in Blue" by Apollo Four Forty [8:36]
- "Burn" by Lucky Me [4:10]
- "Hold on to Me" by Cowboy Junkies [3:21]
- "Homegrown (1998)". Box Office Mojo. 1998-04-19. Retrieved 2011-04-20.
- "Homegrown". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 28 April 2023.
- Van Gelder, Lawrence (May 8, 1998). "FILM REVIEW; Dead Boss With Drug Cargo: A Stooge's Stuff of Dreams". The New York Times. Retrieved 28 April 2023.
- Klady, Leonard (April 17, 1998). "Homegrown". Variety. Retrieved 28 April 2023.
- "Homegrown (1998)". The Soundtrack Info Project.