Concert performance of Eddie Griffin that includes behind-the-scenes documentary footage detailing the stand-up comedian's personal life and family as he travels to a family reunion to reunite with the cast of characters who are the root of his comedy: his mother, an uncle who was an ex-pimp, and his Uncle Curtis, who pontificates on his career as a porno director. Written by
Sujit R. Varma
"Dysfunktional Family Theme"
Written by S. Knight, D. Steward, D. Vegas, D. Devoux, D. Woodard and D. Wickliffe
Performed by Danny Boy, Crooked "I" and Eastwood
Produced and Mixed by Tha Row Hitters
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Preetty funny movie if you like urban stand up comedy
Eddie Griffin's DysFunktional Family is a pretty funny movie if you like urban comedy. Griffin touches on everything from sex & 9/11 to religion and family. His stand up routines were every funny and he's a natural in front of the camera. The movie isn't for all tastes and sure the movie has bad editing but who cares,it's a stand up film. If you want a good laugh then check this one out.
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