It's New York City, and the crime lord Big Baby Sweets has got NYC around his finger. The NYPD is helpless so the Chief sends out for Sugar Bear, a 70s, Dolemite worshiping, rhyming ... See full summary »
Following in the tradition of their Juggalo Championshxt Wrestling videos, the Insane Clown Posse set their sights on mocking music videos, viral videos and anything else in pop culture that comes along.
Loveable losers Deet and Bax, best friends and struggling weedpreneurs, unknowingly help Amanda an undercover Agent infiltrate a South American Drug Cartel and cross paths with an eccentric billionaire.
I'm surprised at the amount of hate this movie is getting. Actually, no I'm not, because if it is Psychopathic Records related, everyone will hate it blindly even if they didn't watch it. All that aside, this movie is solid and funny. Yes, it's low budget, but if you've seen the sequel (Big Money Hustlas) you won't be surprise. The story is a bit generic, but Joe Bruce didn't write this to win an Oscar for best screenplay, he wrote it as a funny, crazy, and over the top movie for Juggalos. Besides, every movie that comes out is the same story with different settings and characters, but the same events transpire. If you have an open mind and aren't expecting some huge production with millions of dollars thrown into it, you'll enjoy this movie even without being a fan of Insane Clown Posse. However, if you ARE a fan of Insane Clown Posse, you'll really enjoy this movie as I did, and I don't really need to go into detail if you're a fan.
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