Story of a promising high school basketball star and his relationships with two brothers, one a drug dealer and the other a former basketball star fallen on hard times and now employed as a security guard.
When a terrorist group steals the US President's personal communications computer for launching the US arsenal in case of war, only a heroic Major has the key to prevent a Presidential assassination or a nuclear holocaust.
Trying to get his act together, a con artist gets a job in a credit card company. He falls in love with a fellow employee, he steals a couple of cards, everything is going great. But soon, the chief of security drags him into the big leagues of criminals...Written by
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When Johnny ( Damon Wayans ) takes the job memo off the locked bulletin board, you can see some spelling errors. The line "Positions Available" has a error. The word is spelled "Availble". The 2nd error is under the "Building Engineer" position. The word maintenance is misspelled. It is spelled "Maintaince". The 3rd and final one is under the "Data Processing" title."Programing" should have 2 "M's". After all the movie was done before spell check was invented. See more »
I watched it, and kind of liked it. But after 4 years, I ran into it in some channel, to discover that I forgot it wholly. And I'm not that someone who forgets movies that he watched. So why that happened?
It's surely related to everything this movie made, and me. Actually "me" just hated the mean personality of this movie sometimes with all the free sarcasm of the fat women, the neurologically-sick people; namely the old employee of the company with the trembling nick, and the mentally-handicapped people as well which is the ugliest bottom this movie hit.
The rest of the 2 lead's stuff wasn't funny either. There was a complete nut job evil guy, too exaggerated action scenes where Damon Wayans transforms into Batman!, let alone some things that bothered my stomach to the max; such as (Marlon Wayans) and (Almayvonne).
So, what's here to be loved? It's easy: Somehow the plot. And (Damon Wayans)'s performance. Generally, (Mo' Money) isn't a bad movie. It's just offensive at some places, unfunny at many, and have-not when it comes to any excellent factor. Still the good parts make it something to watch. But not to laugh with!
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