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At one point, there was a scene when Lil Man asked Officer Freeman played by John Amos, "Did you know you look just like the father from Good Times?" Amos did, in fact, play the father in the 1970s sitcom Good Times (1974). See more »
Dollar Bill's position in the trunk is different between shots. See more »
[Diamond and Ronnie have a big fight in the locker rooms. Diamond knees Ronnie in the groin]
No balls here, bitch.
Could've fooled me!
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After the ending credits, two Ice Cube videos are shown. The first video is Ice Cube - We Be Clubbin. The second video is Ice Cube featuring Mr. Short Khop - My Loved Ones. See more »
Who Are You Lovin'
Performed by Ice Cube featuring Mr. Short Khop
Written by T. Jones, Ice Cube and Lionel Hunt
Ice Cube appears courtesy of Priority Records
Mr. Short Khop appears courtesy of Heavyweight Records, a PolyGram company See more »
Fair B quality movie depicting slice of black American strip club life in southern USA.Story is good social commentary on said lifestyle's evils and dangers but the movie suffers from a rushed directorial style and lackluster performances even by pro actors who have displayed better in the past.This was probabably caused by lack of directorial discipline on Ice Cube's part due to budget constraints.You can realy tell the veteran actors were not paid properly and just cruised along as a favor for Cube.Too bad for the movie's story was a good idea,setting up for great drama,action,comedy,sex,social commentary and entertainment much like the winning formula of SHOWGIRLS.I vote for a proper remake of this one!But as of now,avoid this movie unless you really want a peek into that lifestyle or are a big fan of any of the lead actors.Do not expect much sex scenes though for the focus on this one is social commentary......
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