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The "Whassup" scene is a parody of a 1999 Budweiser TV commercial titled "True". The commercial became an inspiration for other Budweiser commercials using the "Whassup" catchphrase up till the year 2002. See more »
During one of the last scenes when Doofy hands over a blue folder covered with jam to the Sheriff, it is closed. However in the next shot, the folder is open and the Sheriff is looking through it. See more »
I'm gonna slash and gash, cut another hole in your ass. I spill blood on the walls, then play tennis with your balls. If the phone rings, don't answer the call. Gonna slit your throat, fuck you like a goat, peel your foreskin off and make a winter coat. Peace!
[camera pulls back to reveal all of Shorty's friends dead]
Yo! That was the illest rhyme I ever seen!
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As the credits begin, Marlon Wayans speaks into the camera telling the audience of his plans to hold up a convenience store. See more »
Not really knowing what to expect when I went to saw this, other than a parody of the recent crop of teen horror films started by Wes Craven's excellent Scream, this was utterly puerile and silly Amercian parody humour.
It was well done though, unlike the Leslie Nielsen bores that we have seen in recent years. Going by the cast list and the credits - it was definitely kept in the family though!
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