Friday After Next
Friday After Next ★½ 2002 (R)
Third installment of the series shows Christmas in the ‘hood, as heroes Craig (Ice Cube) and Day-Day (Epps) are forced to take jobs as mall security guards after a ghetto Santa (Smiley) steals their presents and rent money. The usual brand of lowbrow humor is shoveled out in heaping piles and most of the regulars return, including John Witherspoon as Craig's chronically flatulent father. 85m/C VHS, DVD . US Ice Cube, Mike Epps, John Witherspoon, Don “DC” Curry, Anna Maria Horsford, Clifton Powell, Terry Crews, BeBe Drake, Sommore, Starletta DuPois, K.D. Aubert, Katt Micah Williams, Rickey Smiley, Joel McKinnon Miller, Reggie Gaskins; D: Marcus Raboy; W: Ice Cube; C: Glen MacPherson; M: John Murphy.
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