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Product Details

  • Actors: Ice Cube, Mike Epps, John Witherspoon
  • Directors: Marcus Raboy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Full Screen, Live, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 1, 2004
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005JLQT
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,873 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Friday After Next (Infinifilm Edition)" on IMDb

Special Features

Audio Commentary: Filmmaker commentary - director Marcus Raboy, producer Matt Alvarez and Ice Cube; Actor commentary DVD ROM Features: Link to exclusive content at infinifilm.com; link to original web site Deleted Scenes: With optional commentary Documentaries: Microphone Fiend: From Stage to Screen; It Was a Good Day: Behind the Friday Franchise; Ghetto Fabulous (costume design); The Pork Report (a look at authentic BBQ); Hump Day (production documentary); Holiday in the Hood (production design documentary) Music Video: It's the Holidaze - Westside Connection Other: Fact track - trivia subtitle track with direct access to additional features Theatrical Trailer: Theatrical and teaser trailersAudio Commentary: Filmmaker commentary - director Marcus Raboy, producer Matt Alvarez and Ice Cube; Actor commentary DVD ROM Features: Link to exclusive content at infinifilm.com; link to original web site Deleted Scenes: With optional commentary Documentaries: Microphone Fiend: From Stage to Screen; It Was a Good Day: Behind the Friday Franchise; Ghetto Fabulous (costume design); The Pork Report (a look at authentic BBQ); Hump Day (production documentary); Holiday in the Hood (production design documentary) Music Video: It's the Holidaze - Westside Connection Other: Fact track - trivia subtitle track with direct access to additional features Theatrical Trailer: Theatrical and teaser trailersAudio Commentary: Filmmaker commentary - director Marcus Raboy, producer Matt Alvarez and Ice Cube; Actor commentary DVD ROM Features: Link to exclusive content at infinifilm.com; link to original web site Deleted Scenes: With optional commentary Documentaries: Microphone Fiend: From Stage to Screen; It Was a Good Day: Behind the Friday Franchise; Ghetto Fabulous (costume design); The Pork Report (a look at authentic BBQ); Hump Day (production documentary); Holiday in the Hood (production design documentary) Music Video: It's the Holidaze - Westside Connection Other: Fact track - trivia subtitle track with direct access to additional features Theatrical Trailer: Theatrical and teaser trailersAudio Commentary: Filmmaker commentary - director Marcus Raboy, producer Matt Alvarez and Ice Cube; Actor commentary DVD ROM Features: Link to exclusive content at infinifilm.com; link to original web site Deleted Scenes: With optional commentary Documentaries: Microphone Fiend: From Stage to Screen; It Was a Good Day: Behind the Friday Franchise; Ghetto Fabulous (costume design); The Pork Report (a look at authentic BBQ); Hump Day (production documentary); Holiday in the Hood (production design documentary) Music Video: It's the Holidaze - Westside Connection Other: Fact track - trivia subtitle track with direct access to additional features Theatrical Trailer: Theatrical and teaser trailersAudio Commentary: Filmmaker commentary - director Marcus Raboy, producer Matt Alvarez and Ice Cube; Actor commentary DVD ROM Features: Link to exclusive content at infinifilm.com; link to original web site Deleted Scenes: With optional commentary Documentaries: Microphone Fiend: From Stage to Screen; It Was a Good Day: Behind the Friday Franchise; Ghetto Fabulous (costume design); The Pork Report (a look at authentic BBQ); Hump Day (production documentary); Holiday in the Hood (production design documentary) Music Video: It's the Holidaze - Westside Connection Other: Fact track - trivia subtitle track with direct access to additional features Theatrical Trailer: Theatrical and teaser trailersAudio Commentary: Filmmaker commentary - director Marcus Raboy, producer Matt Alvarez and Ice Cube; Actor commentary DVD ROM Features: Link to exclusive content at infinifilm.com; link to original web site Deleted Scenes: With optional commentary Documentaries: Microphone Fiend: From Stage to Screen; It Was a Good Day: Behind the Friday Franchise; Ghetto Fabulous (costume design); The Pork Report (a look at authentic BBQ); Hump Day (production documentary); Holiday in the Hood (production d

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Friday After Next (DVD)

Additional Features

The wealth of supplements on this InfiniFilm edition would be overkill for such an innocuous comic goof if they weren't produced in the same spirit of the film. So skip the dull production commentary with Ice Cube, director Marcus Raboy, and producer Matt Alvarez and go directly to the cast party talk-along with actors Anna Maria Horsford, K.D. Aubert, Terry Crews, and Katt Williams. You won't learn much about the production apart from how much fun they had making it, but that fun is infectious. The costume design featurette "Ghetto Fabulous" is highlighted by a shopping tour led by "Money Mike" actor Katt Williams and "The Pork Report" is a barbecue tour of the southwest. But the real treasures are the deleted scenes and the hilarious outtakes: the art of improvisational comedy in action. --Sean Axmaker

Customer Reviews

Very funny movie, its almost as funny as the first Friday movie.
Tall Paul
Craig and Day-Day get robbed by Santa Claus on Christmas Eve morning, and try to get it back so the landlord won't throw them out.
Pumpkin Man
I know a lot of people hate on this movie, but it's really funny.
rza

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By L. Hill on November 12, 2005
Format: DVD
"Tastes so good, it'll make you want to slap your momma"!! This is just one the hilarious quotes from "Friday After Next". This is one seriously funny movie. If you don't just bust-up with laughter, then you are probably already dead. Ice Cube and his buddy Mike Epps deliver one Hell of a good Christmas themed comedy. This time around, Ice Cube plays his role to the max, and manages to showcase the "Craig" character in ways not shown in the two previous "Friday" films. Craigs entire family are here, engaged in antics wild and crazy enough to make anyone roll with laughter. The whole "Bro's Bar-B-Q" scene alone, makes this a film not to miss. I watched this film again, while visiting friends in the Philippines. And the Filipinos laughed eved harder than my American friends did! It seems that Ice cube's movies are a big hit all over the world. So I say get yourself a copy of "Friday After Next", and invite some friends over to watch it. This is one movie worth adding to your comedy film collection. Ice Cube always delivers, and this time, he really takes care of business.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By mikebagel on July 12, 2003
Format: DVD
theres not much to say about this one. Friday was hilarious, Next Friday was pretty funny and ok, Friday After the Next didnt change the direction.. 5 stars, 3 stars and now barely 2.
the plot was weak, the jokes were not as good as before, the some of characters were annoying and had been taken to ofar so on.. really cant think of anything good to say, a pity.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Breck Stewart on May 24, 2003
Format: DVD
Let's face it, the first one was the best. It came out of nowhere and became a decent hit which has grown into cult status in a very short amount of time. Chris Tucker and Ice Cube were perfectly matched and had a chemistry so palpable which made for a very enjoyable ride. Then, inexplicably Chris Tucker didn't appear in the sequel "Next Friday" (it was probably his choice not to return after the success of Rush Hour) and he was sorely missed. This second outing in the trilogy was boring beyond belief and, even though I had tried, I couldn't bring myself to like it.
Then, I had pretty much given up on the whole Friday thing until a friend of mine recommended that I rent this next installement. He told me he found it very funny and, not really knowing what to expect, I gave it a try. I must say my confidence was restored in the Friday potential and, even though this third act is not as great as it could have been, I found myself enjoying it quite a lot.

True, I am like most fans of Friday who all wish "Smokey" would come back. Chris Tucker made this role so memorable that everytime we get a new one, most of us secretly hope he'll be around. Well, no luck here either even though Mike Epps is doing quite a good job and is very funny in this. John Witherspoon as the father is always hilarious to watch and I found myself captivated by the pimp character, dressed in flamboyant costumes with an attitude to match. He was probably the best new character in the film in my opinion along with the new big tug around the block involved in a delicious storyline with homoerotic overtones.
My one regret about the Friday movies is the fact that Ice Cube doesn't give us the whole family anymore.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Crazy Jim on June 17, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
Bottom of the barrel third entry in the Friday series is supposed to play like "a Christmas in the hood" comedy with the bumbling cousins from the previous FRIDAY film doing a "Christmas Friday".
This movie has little to do with the last two FRIDAY movies and even less to do with Christmas. Most of the new characters are obnoxious and the old characters have none of their flare from their previous movies.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By duke14 on August 31, 2005
Format: DVD
For the second straight time, Mike Epps replaces Tucker, but he plays Craig's (Ice Cube) cousin. Don't get me wrong, he's funny. But come on. Thats Chris Tucker. But anyway, this time the two are owing rent money by the nightfall or the landlords diesel son Damon is going to set them straight. One thing about him. He should try setting himself straight first. The two are security guards in a mini mall and Day-Day (Epps) is taking his job a little too seriously. Until finally they catch two people stealing at the store next door to they're fathers barbeque, they invite the pimp owner to come to they're Christmas Party that night. Unfortunately for him, he runs into Damon in the bathroom and the rest is just crazy. Many funny parts, but still think it could've been funnier with Tucker.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By musiclover13 VINE VOICE on September 29, 2003
Format: DVD
"Friday After Next" is the third installment in the "Friday" films starring Ice Cube. In this installment, Craig and his cousin Day Day begin new jobs as security guards for a strip mall where their family owns a restaurant. The night before, Craig and Day Day are robbed by a guy dressed as Santa Claus. Not only did the robber steal their Christmas gifts, but he also stole their rent money, which is, of course, due the next day. Thus begins a Friday filled with things going wrong and seeing just how crazy people can be.
While there are some very funny moments in the film, it somewhat falls flat. Ice Cube and Mike Epps are very good together as Craig and Day Day, but many of the other characters start off as funny and then become annoying.
Fans of the "Friday" series will love this installment, but I personally look forward to seeing Ice Cube in the sequel to Barbershop.
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