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Two small time scam artists, Black and Blue, sell boom boxes and broken TVs from their van at the parking lot. When, by mistake, a shipment of cellular phones gets to them, it doesn't take long before FBI and gangsters are after them.
A group of young people leave Harlem for a bus trip down to Miami. The voyage starts off with problems, but it ends up becoming a learning experience, as they end up learning things about each other they had not previously known.Written by
Performed by Dave Hollister featuring Redman and Erick Sermon
Produced by William "Skylz" Stewart and Teddy Blend
Written by William "Skylz" Stewart (as W. Stewart), Teddy Blend (as T. Blend), Redman (as R. Noble), Erick Sermon (as E. Sermon)
Published by Sidi Music/Nekabob Ent./Funky Mama Productions/Funky Noble Productions/Zomba Enterprises,
Inc./Erick Sermon Enterprises (ASCAP)
Dave Hollister appears courtesy of Def Squad
Redman and Erick Sermon appear courtesy of RAL/Def Jam Records See more »
I recently bought this film because i am a fan of black comedies and because the rappers Snoop and Dre star in it. If you are a fan of Snoop or Dre don't buy this film to see them because Dre says only one sentence and Snoop is only in one scene. As for the jokes they are not very funny but if you are also a fan of black comedies rent before you buy. Also the running time of the film may disappoint some people.
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