Two small time scam artists, Black and Blue, sell boom boxes and broken TVs from their van at the parking lot. When, by mistake, a shipment of cellular phones gets to them, it doesn't take long before FBI and gangsters are after them.
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You better be lucky we came, your old ass probably gonna catch a heart attack. Me and Blue probably gonna save your life.
Leave those pretty women alone! Save my life? My life don't need saving, I been doing this for twenty years.
You know you can't get it up like you used to.
Yes I can. I got a hard-on right now.
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This is one awful, awful comedy and a waste of a fine cast. Just one failed attempt at humor after another, with such crude and flat gags. The film leads nowhere, thinking it can be fueled strictly on laughs. But there's a problem: the laughs don't exist.
There was one funny joke and it was given away in the previews. A.J. Johnson says: "Here are the twins, Ug and Lee."
Just so I don't sound like a complete sour grape, there is one great scene involving a boatload of topless babes. If you happen to catch this movie on cable, that scene is worth waiting for. But don't waste any money to rent this movie.
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