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John C. McGinley
Darryl Witherspoon is a young black college student who wants to win annual junior analyst competition, which can land him a job in a big brokerage company. He becomes a guinea pig for the drug developed at the college which is promised to heighten all senses by ten times. Written by
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I had medium expectations, because the Wayne's brothers are all hilarious, but I'd never heard of the movie, which isn't a good sign. First of all, never judge a movie and how funny it is if you watch it on cable. The editors and censors on TV edit some very funny stuff out of movies. The jokes still make me laugh just as hard. Marlon Wayans really shows off his comedic talent in this, probably more than any other movie he's ever done. See it and you'll know what I mean. The script is solid, and David Spade is the same as always, which is a good thing. I love the line "Dad, I know you love me! Remember that time you almost said it?" Marlon Wayens is a college student who has lots of jobs in order to survive. But the biggest job he wants is a Wall Street firm he will do whatever it takes to get it so when went to see some guy who did a test subject on him that makes his senses be king size greater then any average human. But if he take a over dose he can lose his sense's at a time. The stuff has to wear off at a time by it leaking out of him on it's own. I thought it was funny when he meat this homeless person he couldn't see at the time the homeless person knew it so he took advantage and stole his clothes he was nude. Marlon Wayans is truly funny, however, for the life of me I don't see why he keeps doing these slapstick/bathroom humor movies. He's in the vein of Will Smith, Eddie Murphy, Robin Williams, etc. who can do funny ad libs. You know most of what he said wasn't in the script. David Spade was actually pretty good and annoying in the movie as the smug rich little daddy's kid. But tops goes to Wayan's roommate. There really are his types in college the extremely experimental yet good hearted dope.
Overall rating: 7 out of 10.
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