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Friday After Next (2002)

Friday After Next

Overview


Genre

Comedy

Release Date

November 22, 2002

MPAA Rating

R

Duration

85 min.

Production Budget

$20 millions

Studio

New Line Cinema

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  1 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Marcus Raboy

Producer

Ice Cube, Matt Alvarez

Screenwriter

Ice Cube

Starring

Story


Ice Cube and Mike Epps return in Friday After Next, the third installment in the hit Friday film series.

Craig (Ice Cube) and Day-Day (Mike Epps) are back in the old neighborhood and ready for Christmas. Although they've left behind the security of living with their parents, the rundown Shady Palms apartment they now share is filled with all the accoutrements and spirit of the holiday season. It's a time for giving... until Craig wakes up in the middle of the night to discover a ghetto Santa Claus stealing their presents and anything else he can stuff into his sack, including the rent money jammed in their stereo speakers.

Faced with the harsh reality of Christmas without presents and the unwanted advances of their landlady's recently-paroled son if the rent is not paid by midnight on Christmas Eve, Craig and Day-Day are forced to score some quick cash at the local strip mall where their fathers, Mr. Jones (John Witherspoon) and Uncle Elroy (Don "D.C." Curry), have opened Bros. Bar-B-Q restaurant and landed them jobs as unarmed security guards.

While Craig handles the chaos of the Christmas Eve shopping crush at stores like Pimp N'Ho's clothing store -- particularly favoriting sales associate Donna (K.D. Aubert) -- and Holy Moly's Donut Shop, Day-Day's renegade rent-a-cop tactics put the pair's jobs and lives in jeopardy. As the clock ticks down on another unforgettable Friday, Craig and Day-Day learn some comic lessons about the true meaning of the holiday season.

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..is definitely not the funniest or truest in the series, but it is unquestionably the weirdest..”
by Todd Levin [Film Threat, Hollywood's Indie Voice]
“..contains more painfully unfunny, misogynistic and sometimes racist shtick than the first two films combined..”
by Jeff Vice [Deseret News, Salt Lake City]
“..Friday After Next is often funny..”
by Tor Thorsen [Reel]