With the rent due and his car booted, Sean (Dr. Dre) has to come up with some ends...and fast. When his best buddy and roommate Dee Loc (Snoop Dogg), suggests that Sean get a job busting ... See full summary »
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With the rent due and his car booted, Sean (Dr. Dre) has to come up with some ends...and fast. When his best buddy and roommate Dee Loc (Snoop Dogg), suggests that Sean get a job busting suds down at the local car wash, the first order of business is impressing Mr. Washington (George Wallace) the gun-toting, dominoes-playing owner of The Wash. Unaware that the two are roomies, Mr. Washington hires Sean as Dee Loc's supervisor. Comic tensions flare between the two, especially when Dee Loc suspects Sean of trying to slow his roll with the side hustles he's got going on in the car wash parking lot...and with the ladies in the locker room. But there are bigger things to worry about at The Wash. One is the menacing phone calls from a disgruntled employee, and the other is figuring out how to get money to pay off the kidnappers who've snatched Mr. Washington! If Sean, Dee Loc, and the rest of the gang don't settle their differences and get Mr. Washington back, the good times at The Wash ... Written by
In the apartment, an angered Snoop Dogg yells at Dr. Dre, "I paid the cost to be the boss." Paid Tha Cost To Be Tha Boss is Snoop's following album See more »
[Mr. Washington recently fired Chris. Chris calls Mr. Washington's private number]
Good morning, Mr. Washington? How's your day? Good. Cause the rest of your day's gonna be fucked! You fucked with the wrong motherfucker, asshole!
I'm gonna fuckin' kill you. I'm gonna fuckin' kill you! I got the mothafuckin' AK/And I'm gonna spray everyone mothafucka round your way/I got the mothafuckin' glock!/And I'm comin' on your mothafuckin' block!
How'd some fool get my private line?
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The music video "Bad Intentions" by Dr. Dre featuring Knoc-Turn'Al is played over the ending credits. See more »
" (Not Just) Knee Deep"
Performed by Funkadelic
Written by George Clinton (as George Clinton III) & Philippé Wynne
Courtesy of Priority Records
Under License from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
Published by Brideport Music Inc. (BMI) See more »
watching "the wash" is kind of an odd experience. you laugh, you like the characters, but you wonder what the plot is really supposed to be. the jokes are there, so "the wash" is definitely a funny movie. in that respect, i enjoyed it. it seems that when d.j. pooh co-wrote the classic "friday" with ice cube, he definitely knew how to create hilarious situations and funny roles. but when he's on his own ("3 strikes" was his previous solo effort), something doesn't quite come off right. my main problem with "the wash" is the VERY ABRUPT ending. everyone will be like, "okay...it's over". they don't even bother to really wrap things up. it's just BAM...credits. the ending is weak, it could have been better. they set it up like the end of "next friday", where a couple different antagonists are brought into one situation at the same time. but the audience doesn't get much of a payoff. as chris rock might put it, "the wash" will take your clothes off, but will not f*** you.
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