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If you take away the fact that the movie had a low budget, it was poorly done, the story was awful, and it was moderately funny, then it was a great movie. Unfortunately all of these elements exist in this hip-hop comedy.
Let me first mention that the main character's name is Donzelli (how ridiculous). His aim is to become a famous rapper, so he goes to Malibu to become a lifeguard and enter a rap contest. He has two friends with him: one who is desperate to have sex, and the other who has a girlfriend but is unfaithful.
This movie meandered along with useless dialogue, bad sound, bad camera work, and the occasional funny scene. As bad as this movie was, one thing was for sure... they didn't waste a lot of money on it
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