The lives of a nightclub owner, a crime boss, a stripper, a bartender, two hitmen, a prostitute and a psychic take a turn for the worse when they are trapped in an escaped mental patient's sinister path of madness and destruction.
Two small time scam artists, Black and Blue, sell boom boxes and broken TVs from their van at the parking lot. When, by mistake, a shipment of cellular phones gets to them, it doesn't take long before FBI and gangsters are after them.
After watching this film I felt like a perverted cult leader. I had a strong urge to take my best friend's DVD and burn it in a scorching fire. This DVD is sin; it is the spawn of evil.
Due to the pain and agony I endured while viewing this movie, I knew it must be thrown back into the fiery depths from whence it came. Like most films of this nature, I had not the pleasure of choosing this on my own, or the strength to flick it off. I would use the bad car accident analogy; although I believe it was more of a blotched plastic surgery aftermath. It was tacky awful and vomit inducing.
The opening credits began with a sad cartoon of black people riding in a minivan, representing Uncle P and his family. The caricatures looked sad and unfinished, in fact it seems that they had run out of money near the end, and kept the draft copy of the animation.
This movie was made in 2005, and I was very surprised to hear this, because, the movie looked like it was made in 1995. It's a kid's movie I know, and they didn't have a big budget, but that doesn't make up for sloppy mistakes found in some of the scenes. Many of the actors repeated their lines or said the same thing over again, and the dialogue was dull. They were amateurs along with the rest of the film crew. In fact the movie stars an actual rapper -Percy Miller, as himself.
Percy Miller or "Uncle P" is a business entrepreneur with his own clothing line; P Miller. Apparently everyone who lives in the neighbourhood is a P Miller fan, because it is seen on every single person in every single scene. It looked like an advertisement for bootlegged clothing brands.
Overall this movie was a tacky remake of an already tacky film "Are we done yet?" starring ice cube. Please hip hop artists, don't make another movie where you have to take care of children. Especially you R. Kelly.
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