"Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking your Juice in the Hood" is a parody of several U.S. films about being in the 'Hood', for instance "Boyz n the Hood", "South Central", "...
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"Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking your Juice in the Hood" is a parody of several U.S. films about being in the 'Hood', for instance "Boyz n the Hood", "South Central", "Menace II Society", "Higher Learning" and "Juice". We follow Ashtray as he returns to the place he grew up in and meet his father and his basket-case friends. Crazy stuff happens. For example, Ashtray is older than his father and his best friend Loc Dog's grandmother is a trigger-happy old lady who blames her eccentric-looking kid for not being tough enough.Written by
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When Ash tray 1st arrives at his father's, he States that his father is just a few years older than he is. When his father ask him why he wasn't invited to the party Ash tray told him he had to be over 18 to attend. If that's the case Ash tray wouldn't be able to attend the party. See more »
Loc Dog was America's worst nightmare, raised in a house with three generations of hopelessness, poverty... and profanity.
Loc Dog's Mom:
Loc Dogg, turn that loud ass mothafuckin music down, you wakin up the fuckin babies, mothafucka. This still my mothafuckin house, mothafucka...
Loc Dog's Mom:
Who tha fuck is that on my porch?
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Robert Schimmel is listed in the opening credits, yet he does not appear anywhere in the film, and is missing from the end credits. See more »
The Unrated version contains the following alternate scenes: Loc Dog's chat with the thug chick at the barbecue is extended; After Ashtray is released from jail Loc Dog, Preach and Crazy Legs play a game of Po'Nopoly; Loc Dog's dream is shown at the Old School scene; During Toothpick's drive by, instead of Ashtray running away he tries to save Dashiki, making more sense why he is suddenly lying on the ground; When grandma is said to have the "juice", she chops the guy's head off and puts it in her purse, referring to 'Dead Presidents'. See more »
Time to Shine
Written by R. Franklin, Lil' Kim (as K. Jones), T. Patterson
Clark's True Funk Music/Undeas Music, Inc. (BMI)/Vanessa Music Corp./My Two Sons Publishing
All rights administered by The Clyde Otis Music Group (ASCAP)
Performed by Lil' Kim (as Junior Mafia's "Lil Kim") featuring Mona Lisa
Produced by D.J. Clark Kent for Superman Productions
Contains a sample of "A Love of Your Own"
by Average White Band
Licensed by Atlantic Recording Corp.
by arrangement with Warner Special Products and Bug Music Inc.
Written by Hamish Stuart, Joe's Songs Inc. (ASCAP) and Ned Doheny, Long Dog Music
Administered by Warner Chappell Music (ASCAP).
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Junior Mafia's "Lil Kim" appears courtesy of Undeas, Inc./Big Beat Records/Atlantic Records
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Besides having a title that is funny in itself, Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood is one of the funniest movies this decade. It spoofs such black films as Boyz N' Tha Hood, Dead Presidents, Juice, Menace II Society, and South Central with such hilarity that you'll be repeating its many classic lines over and over again for months. Wayans brothers who started on In Living Clor and made the hilarious 1988 movie I'm Gonn Git U Sucka do it again with this long overdue spoof of movie that are extremely serious. Classic lines and memorable scenes saturate this movie beginning to end. All characters are well acted and comic pacing and sight gags are at a peak not reached since Top Secret or Naked Gun. Multiple viewings add to the fun. Hilarious. I was foolin` y`all! Those was jokes!
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