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This movie is plain awful. Was it made by a 6th grader for a school project? I can't tell if it's trying to be funny. I think the movie is trying to be like the "Friday" and "Next Friday" movies, but it just does not have the humor that those movies have. The characters are plain annoying. The director should have chosen a path and stayed with it. It's like he can't make up his mind what the movie is about. Are the characters tough or funny? They are neither, the director can't decide if he's making a funny movie or a movie about tough street life, so the characters just come out looking stupid
I guess I have to try some redeeming qualities for this film. It is a small budget, DIY film. Which I can respect. It also has a brief cameo from Tommy Lister from the Friday films. These things are not enough to save this turd.
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