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Still hilarious almost 20 years later
on October 14, 2015
I was 7 years old when this movie was released. By the time I was able to watch it, it was still coming on television and it was censored of all the F-bombs and some of the violence. My entire family loved this movie. When this movie came on, somehow all six of us would end up in the room at the same time, crying from laughter.
As an adult, this movie has not lost a single bit of humor. Action-packed and hilarious, Money Talks has stood the test of the almost 20 years I have loved it. It is not overly raunchy, is not unnecessarily violent, and gives you plenty of excellent story-telling and tons of humor. Honestly, I had forgotten Charlie Sheen was in this (as a teenager, he was irrelevant to me since this was before all of his "issues"), but him and Chris Tucker as a duo wasn't bad at all. The chemistry was excellent, and Tucker more than made up for Sheen's sometimes bland moments.
If you don't mind the almost excessive profanity, and the not-so-carefully veiled racism, this will be great for you. I just purchased this for $5: so little to lose and so much laughter to gain.