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So Fresh, So Clean... a Down and Dirty Comedy (2005)

| Comedy | June 2005 (USA)
Witness Boughetto comedy at its Best Day in this-day-in-the- hood urban flick about two Average Joe clerks- Kyle and Clem- and the madcap adventures that unfold at the Tidey Whitey Cleaners.




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Credited cast:
Moss Benson ...
Billy Corado ...
Djon ...
Roscoe Fuch
Sadiki Fuller ...
William"Clem" Clemons
Kyle Freeman
Shawn Harris ...
James Jordan ...
Mrs. Keyes
Rip the Playa ...
Mr. Keyes
Poetri ...
Michael Manning
Speedy ...
The Narrator
Joey Wells ...
Freddie Fuch


Urban Comedy takes us on a wild ride through the day-in-the-hood madcap adventures of Tidey Whitey Cleaner clerk Kyle Freeman and his co-worker and best friend William "Clem" Clemons. Kyle is late to work. As usual. And almost gets fired. Again. And so the day begins. What follows is classic "round-the-way" hijinks-baby-mama-drama, beatdowns, con games, rejection, schoolings, lies, science and fiction, paybacks, trouble. cappin', reunions, clownin' and a whole lot of madness goin' on. Will Kyle win back the affections of the beautiful Rachel? Will Clem's "speech" stand in the way of his chance with his dream girl? Will this crazy day turn into a "cool ass one" after all? Only one way to find out-check out "So Fresh, So Clean"... a down and dirty comedy. Written by Lila Polite

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Boughetto Comedy at its Best







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Funny stuff, and needs a sequel
22 June 2011 | by (Philadelphia, PA) – See all my reviews

Spot on comedy! I'd call it an urban version of "Clerks", but these guys never got famous, and So Fresh is sooo much funnier. Truly lol stuff that will have you rolling on the floor if you let yourself go. We need more movies by these guys, and please don't wait much longer! At least make a So Fresh, So Clean 2. That's the least such a talented bunch should do!!!

Frankly I watched this twice all the way through. Second time was even funnier and I saw details i missed the first time around. The way the narrator pops up and introduces scenes and occasionally explains things works well. Be sure to go into the extras section of the DVD and hear the directors/writers' comments. At 117 minutes some folks might say it's a bit long, but I found myself wanting more, especially since there has never been a sequel!

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