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When Morris and Malik's "uncle" lets them use his ultra-hip Miami beach house they think they have it made...until Malik's cousin E arrives and steals their thunder, throwing the biggest party the beach has ever seen, inevitably leaving the house trashed. Written by
This was a good funny movie. I picked this up having not heard anything at all about it. I had no expectations and found a very funny movie that dropped the ball (suprisingly) only a few times. The cast was so-so with the best parts coming from AJ Johnson & Uncle Luke. Luther Campbell basically cursed everyone out through the whole movie, which would've normally have been a major turn off, but it suit the character he was playing to a tee. AJ is that strange little cousin that nobody wants around, but he doesn't seem realize it. The characters Malik & Morris played solid parts, but seemed to be along for the crazy ride with AJ Johnson. A few slow parts but thankfully it doesn't slow down the pace of the movie. It's one of those you'll either love it or hate it type of movies. Don't let the title or the fact that Luther Campbell is in this movie fool you, it's not some toned down adult flick. It's a solid black comedy.
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