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Look, my mama want her money back.
How am I gonna give you the money back? You done ate one of the pig's feet.
No we didn't.
I got a magic lamp. Tell your mama she gotta rub this every Wednesday at 3:42 standing on one leg with Al Green playing in the background, her money will pop out. And tell your daddy to buy you another shirt.
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I thought this movie was damn hilarious. I watched it three times. What was so bad about this movie everyone? It's a comedy so that should immediately puts it into the crap movie category. But I found it extremely funny - something 90% of comedies are not. I suppose you'd rather have a rib splitting time watching "What Women Want" or some other made-for-chicks romantic puke-fest like that. I can't beleive you are talking about acting ability. Master P seemed to me to be pretty much just acting as he might in real life - which is why he is in the movie. I generally think gansta rappers make pretty good actors because they just act themselves. The laugh value in this film came from the homie attitude and dialogue etc. I listen to NWA etc, coz it makes me pee myself laughing; it's pure black comedy (no pun...). It's the same reason the little kiddies listen to Slim Shady. If you are someone who finds this blatant rudism offensive then what the hell are you doing watching this movie. Here's some reasons you may not have enjoyed the movie:
1) You are female - sorry; completely incompatible with this harsh form of comedy. 2) You have never listened to any gansta rap - I guess Robbie Williams might be a better actor for you "guys". 3) You listen to gansta rap, but you actually take it seriously - I doubt this is possible. It's all the white boys like me who like that music - we absolutely wet ourselves with laughter. All the real black homies listen to Slow Jams and R and B. (shudder)...
So if this is you, you've learnt a lesson. Stay clear of this music or movie style in future and stop whinging.
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