Craig and Day Day have finally moved out of their parents houses and into their own crib. The cousins work nights at a local mall as security guards. When their house is robbed on Christmas... See full summary »
It is Friday and Craig Jones (Ice Cube) is unemployed, having, yesterday, been fired. He is lounging around his house with his friend Smokey (Chris Tucker), a rather incompetent weed dealer. Smokey's problem is that he tends to smoke, rather than sell, his product. This has lead to trouble with Smokey's supplier, Big Worm, who now wants his money, or his product back, or Smokey is a dead man. Then there's Deebo, the local bully, plus Craig's jealous, psychotic girlfriend, Joi, and Debbie, the neighbour Craig has a crush on. A lot can happen while lounging around your house on a Friday. Written by
The line "Bye Felicia" is also used in Straight Outta Compton by Ice Cube's son O'Shea Jackson, Jr., who portrays Ice Cube. That film, as well as this film, was also directed by F. Gary Gray. See more »
When Big Worm calls Smokey to the ice cream truck you see Smokey pushing two kids out of the way to get to the truck but when the camera angle changes you now see Smokey pushing more kids before he gets to the truck. See more »
Now when I went to bed last night. Didn't I tell you take out the trash?
So, why didn't you do it?
I fell asleep.
I wish you was sleeping right now, I knock you upside your head with a left hook make your ass wake up and take out that damn trash.
[Craig goes to the trash can to dump out his cereal]
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey! What are you doing?
I'm throwing this away. We ain't even got no milk.
You better put some water on that damn shit!
Alright, I'll eat it.
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Believe me, If you could relate to SMOKEY and CRAIG, then you would see why this flick is so funny! While Dumb & Dumber and Austin Powers:The Spy Who Shagged Me, had me rollin' at times, it didn't do enough to throw me at that front porch where our two main characters sit and do nothing but get high and jive!
Yeah I can understand those critics who say "what's the point"? But in this flick, You don't need a point! Just plain and simple laughs! This is already a camp classic in case y'all don"t know! Please give it a look.
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