DVD Reviews | Mar 4th, 2005

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Starring Flex Alexander, Tyson Beckford, Art Evans
Written By: Michael Haran, Mark Swinton
Directed By: Henry Chan
Studio: 20th Century Fox
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I don’t even know where to begin with this one. Let’s just say the movie was so bad I didn’t make it to the end.

Quick, pointless plot summary: man’s father dies, his mother(the mom from FAMILY MATTERS) makes him and his brother take over the family owned gas station, wacky friends try and help keep it alive, while brother wants to sell the business to wacky chinese business man (the principal from FAMILY MATTERS). Now, I’m not sure if this movie was trying to be like Barber Shop with the wacky trying to be “fun-loving” characters but whatever. If they were trying to do that, it did not work. The story line was juvenile, and if it weren’t for the drug use and language, Disney might as well have put this out. The acting was TERRIBLE, and the dialogue was even worse.

Why this was even made, I’m still trying to figure out…actually no I’m not because I don’t give a shit about this movie. There was one scene in the movie that they stole from the Kevin Smith classic CLERKS: closing down the Gas Station to play basketball for a few hours. Sound familiar??

I’m still mad at Bryan for giving me this piece of crap to review. Don’t watch it, don’t rent it and definitely don’t purchase it. I know this review is short, but, like I said, I couldn’t get through the damn movie.





Favorite Scenes: I enjoyed seeing washed up cast members from Family Matters. Oh if only Urkel was in it.
Rating: Rated R
Running Time: 92 minutes
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