Craig and Day Day have finally moved out of their parents houses and into their own crib. The cousins work nights at a local mall as security guards. When their house is robbed on Christmas... See full summary »
A high school slacker who's rejected by every school he applies to opts to create his own institution of higher learning, the South Harmon Institute of Technology, on a rundown piece of property near his hometown.
Craig and Day Day have finally moved out of their parents houses and into their own crib. The cousins work nights at a local mall as security guards. When their house is robbed on Christmas Eve they team up to track him down. Written by
Most of the pimp-style clothing for the fictitious "Pimps & Ho's" store in the movie was made by Los Angeles designer Marc Vachon whose Melrose Avenue shop specialized in club wear. Right next door to Vachon's former store location is the real "Barbershop Club" which served as inspiration for Ice Cube's next movie, Barbershop (2002). See more »
When Willie goes downstairs to use the bathroom, he knocks on Ms. Pearly's door, she says, "All right," twice, but the second time she says it her lips don't move. See more »
Craig and Day-Day.
Just the niggas I need to see.
Yo, yo... what's up O.G. Triple O.G... O.G. triple... triple O.G.?
You got out last night?
I haven't seen ya'll in about 12 years, nigga.
I know, I was little...
You're grown up now, though. Give a nigga a hug, dog.
I'm about to go...
[Craig grabs Day-Day and runs him into Damon]
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It's the Holidaze
Written by Dallas Austin, Ice Cube (as O'Shea Jackson), Mack 10 (as Dedrick D'Mon Rolison) and WC (as William Calhoun)
Performed by Westside Connection
Westside Connection appears courtesy of Priority Records
Mack 10 appears courtesy of Cash Money Records / Universal Records
WC appears courtesy of Def Jam Records See more »
When I saw the coming attractions while going to see "Brown Sugar", I knew that I had to go and see this movie. Craig (Ice Cube) and his cousin Day-Day (Mike Epps) are back for another installment in the "Friday" series. This time the boys are in South Central and getting ready to celebrate Christmas...until a burgular dressed like Santa Claus (Rickey Smiley) robs the boys and getting away with their rent money and presents. Craig and Day-Day then apply for jobs as security guards when their evil landlady, Miss Pearly (Bebe Drake), demands the rent money in advance or she'll let loose her burly son Damon (Terry Crews), who has spent 12 years in prison and now likes men. As they adjust to their new job, Craig becomes interested in the sexy Donna (K.D. Aubert) who works at her pimped-out boyfriend's department store. Also featured in the movie are Craig parents (John Witherspoon and Anna Maria Horsford), Uncle Elroy (Don "D.C." Curry), Pinky (Clifton Powell) and even Chico the dog who wreaked havoc on Craig and Day-Day in "Next Friday".
This movie was so hilarious and topped the second installment but could never surpass the original "Friday" simply because of Chris Tucker who played Craig's best friend Smokey. I will definitely go and see this movie again and again until its available to own on DVD. Maybe if there's a fourth "Friday" Chris Tucker can join Ice Cube and the hilarious Mike Epps. I would love to see those three together.
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