with BHM just around the corner, it was good to see some more urban-media hit the screens this month. Not sure why the internet has it being released on the 13th? I saw it on Tuesday in ATL-AMC. Go check it out-- don't let the "R" rating fool ya, it's no different than anything Judd Apatow is putting out.
Not exactly your heavyweight hitter of the year in budget, but not necessarily the Gigli of 2013. not to long, 90 min.
Might be the last time you get to see a mix of old & new in regards to urban faces. The film has alot of recognizable talent from the 90's classics like Friday, The Wash, & Nutty Professors. They also have an actor in there from the t.v. show "The New Girl".
Given the budget, I would say the production hit this out of the park...... it kept me tuned in from beginning to end. The ending was a little shy of what I was expecting, but it was a feel-good journey for the Mixon boys! Good movie I could recommend it to someone.
This movie didn't have alot of marketing, with the cast it really didnt need it...... cause the actors are friggin' classic LMFAO.
I took my children (13-14) not certain it deserved an R rating, typical MPAA cronies picking on the indie-filmers. Good work, funny actors, I could maybe recommend.
those two are a funny duo. Cheers to White T mates.
ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY, LIGHTING & CAST. Worth an $8 ticket.... not $14.
8pm on a Sunday, chose to watch an independent flick. Must say wasn't expecting as much as I got, actors performances were catchy and humorous. B-, probably would watch once more.