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CB4: The Movie

CB4: The Movie ★½ 1993 (R)

Falling somewhere between a serious attempt and parody, CB4 tries to do both and succeeds at neither. Written in the key of “Wayne's World” by “Saturday Night Live's” Rock, it starts out as a “rockumentary” (please refer to “This is Spinal Tap”), but quickly turns into a sitcom after two gangsta rap friends assume the identity of a local club owner when he is in jail. Hartman, also of SNL, appears as a rightwing city councilman. Chock full of violence, sexism, and profanity tucked into a wandering plot. 83m/C VHS, DVD . Chris Rock, Allen Payne, Deezer D, Phil Hartman, Charlie (Charles Q.) Murphy, Khandi Alexander, Art Evans, Chris Elliott, Willard Pugh, Theresa Randle; D: Tamra Davis; W: Chris Rock, Nelson George, Robert Locash; M: John Barnes.

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