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Actors: Randy Clark, Michael Harris, Shaun May, John Fedele, Jackie Stev
Director: Z. Winston Brown
Genres: Comedy, African American Cinema
Desperate for money Rodney and Leon start up a low budget strip club in Rodney s parents basement. The two friends run into a few problems though, from faulty strippers to nasty loan sharks, but their biggest problem might... more »
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Nuisance | Miami | 08/20/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Bad comedies are the worst type of bad movies to suffer through. Bad horror, bad action, bad fantasy and bad sci-fi can be enjoyable in their badness(so bad its good) but I have yet to see a bad comedy with that redeeming factor. That much being said this is the lamest attempt at comedy that I have seen all year and is definitely on my list of bad movies. The whole story is some punk kid(I dont know his name and I really dont care) gets harassed by his over-the-top stereotypical mother and father to get out of the house and get a job so he and his friend come up with an idea that to run a strip club out a basement. So they hire a group of mentally and physically handicapped women to work for them.
Opinion: Read the so-called plot again and you'll realize why it sucks. This movie is not only conscious of it being low budget but the people in this "movie" act act just like people in a low budget comedy would act. The attempts at humor are pathetic and everybody in this movie is a caricature. You got the stereotypical strict black parents who act like fools, you got the two boys that this "film" is centered around who act like black versions of Tweedledumb and Tweedledumberer. The strippers are as follows: a Hispanic with Tourette's syndrome, one Caucasian with a hole in her throat and talks through those electronic devices, one attractive black girl with a peg leg and another atractive black girl who sleeps a lot. I can see why they chose these girls to be strippers. They're perfect! Look, Im not expecting top notch acting from a low budget comedy but at least put some effort into what you do. This film just plops itself on the screen and stays there for an hour and 40 minutes with nothing funny happening. This movie is not even fun to pick apart and makes Soul Plane look like a classic."