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Big Money Hustlas (2000)

It's New York City, and the crime lord Big Baby Sweets has got NYC around his finger. The NYPD is helpless so the Chief sends out for Sugar Bear, a 70s, Dolemite worshiping, rhyming ... See full summary »

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Monoxide ...
Lil' Poot (as The Monoxide Child)
John G. Brennan ...
The Chief / Misfits Roadie (as Johnny Brennan) (as Big Ole' Bad Ass Bob the Cattle Rustler Brennan)
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Fred Berry ...
Bootleg Greg (as Fred 'Rerun' Berry)
Jumpsteady ...
Hack Benjamin / Preacherman / Police Officer 3 / Guy wearing Psychopathic Records Jacket / Security Guard
Stefan Kudek ...
Myzery ...
Green Willie
Alex Abbiss ...
Hazad
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Old Man Kissel / Security Guard (as Kamal)
John Cafiero ...
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It's New York City, and the crime lord Big Baby Sweets has got NYC around his finger. The NYPD is helpless so the Chief sends out for Sugar Bear, a 70s, Dolemite worshiping, rhyming supercop from San Fransisco to stop Big Baby, his Magic Ninjas, Hack Benjamin (Jumpsteady, and his 2 sidekicks, Big Stank and Lil' Poot, with the help of Officer Harry Cox. Written by Miz Juggalette

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A tough-city cop may be in over his stupid-ass head!

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18 July 2000 (USA)  »

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Mick Foley's character is named "Cactus Sac". This is his JCW (Juggalo Championship Wrestling) ring name, a parody of his WWE persona. See more »

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Officer Harry Cox: Harry Cox is all over this, sir.
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"Billy Bill was not in this movie" See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Sentimental Journey
Written by Les Brown, Bud Green and Ben Homer
Performed by Juan García Esquivel and his orchestra
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Funny stuff!
15 August 2003 | by (Dallas, TX) – See all my reviews

Michigan shock rappers ICP make their feature film debut with this low-budget, video-shot-and-released blaxploitation parody that hits the mark in hilarity. Intentionally cheesy, this film will warm the heart of any blaxploitation fan, "juggalo" (ICP word for a fan), or people who just plain like to laugh. Cheap and random laughs abound, and even those who don't like ICP will definitely enjoy this. Most jokes bullseye, some fail, but it's all played for cheap fun. Hilarious trash that should be seen by all who laugh at random humor, even those who hate ICP. 8/10


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