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A streetwise man flees South Central Los Angeles heading to the suburbs and his lottery-winner uncle and cousin to avoid a neighborhood thug with a grudge who has just escaped from prison. But trouble soon follows and the suburbs will never be the same in this comic thrill ride.]]>
- Making Of, Ice Cube "You Can Do It" Music Video
- Lil' Zane "Money Stretch" Music Video
- DVD-ROM: Script-to-screen, Storyboards, and Website
- Alternate Ending
- Blooper Reel
- Original Cast Auditions
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Also, while Mike Epps is a funny man, this film severely misses Chris Tucker. It's hard not to think of Epps as a replacement to Tucker, and he doesn't live up to the standard Chris set in the original.
It's a good movie, but don't go into it thinking it will be as funny as the first one.
There is plenty of drug use and another theft in this one. This doesn�t make it a bad movie, but following the formula of the last movie does not work for this one. Too many of the same gags are recycled for this movie, which means you already have an idea of what is going to happen throughout the movie. Craig�s dad is funny, but there is only so much fart humor you can take.
I would recommend giving this movie a skip and watching Friday over and over again.
I still think I enjoyed Friday the best, but this is a good follow up. Ice Cube returns as Craig Jones who has a knack for getting into trouble. He goes to stay with family out in Rancho Cucamonga. They've just won the lottery and have this whole new place. While Chris Tucker isn't in here this time, we still get the hilarious John Witherspoon. He's fantastic. I only give this four stars because it goes a little flat during the second half, but it's still good overall. The cousin Day-Day is probably the funniest, but if you are a fan of the original, then you have got to see this. I loved it.
Next Friday, lacking Smokey, was always going to be a film that by no means could attain the level of its predecessor. But, nonetheless it was a great laugh and did nearly reduce me and others in the audience to tears and aching sides at points. Still there were colourful characters and great comic situations that made the first a riot, just here to not quite a large degree. Cube's movement from ghetto to 'burbs was certainly a gamble, but I reckon it paid off so that this sequel didn't turn into merely a clone of the first to cash in on the success. The 'Ese' element prooved very comical, as did the dog, but there was a little too much of the "35, 45 minutes" gag that did begin to get annoying. Fans of the first will still like this one and for them it is well worth buying.
It did have one thing above the first - Cube's sex interest was one of the finest things on screen I've seen in a while, but maybe that's being a little bit too superficial.
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