Preach: Y'all need to stop using the word nigga. Toothpick: Throw away the key! Dashiki: Now children, what do we say when we meet a nice man? There, the Ghettogirl also draws a gun and holds it to Loc Dog's head. How is exaggeration used for comedic effect? Either they don't know, don't show, or just don't care about bein' a menace to South Central while they drink their juice in the 'hood. Ashtray gets a hot dog out of the fridge and starts rubbing it on Dashiki's face. With: Ashtray - Shawn Wayans Loc Dog - Marlon Wayans Dashiki - Tracey Cherelle Jones Preach - Chris Spencer Crazy Legs - Suli McCullough Toothpick - Darrell Heath Grandma - Helen Martin Doo Rag - Isaiah Barnes Ashtray's Father - Lahmard Tate Mailman - Keenen Ivory Wayans. Every now and then a movie hits the big screen that makes you laugh, cry and ponder. It steals about two hours of your life and holds onto it for a lifetime.
He starts to learn the ways of the streets from his gun-toting cousin Loc Dog , as well as friends Preach and Crazy Legs. Most of all, I hate that black-ass Wesley Snipes. It makes no effort to pull us into a fictional world or to draw our sympathy. Crazy Legs: Yeah, what's that? Don't let me catch you drinkin' my bleep. Toothpick: Man, lock me up! This still my mothafuckin house, mothafucka. This parody has moments that are still hilarious decades after its initial release. Come over here and give your grandma a hug! Get out of the truck and put your hands in the air.
Some fights with punches and kicks again, with some blood. That's what it's all about, Tray. The guns pointed at each other all the time, though. That's what it's all about. In many successful scenes, the Wayans deftly play on our assumptions and cliches. You got yourself a job.
Hey nigga, you better start announcing yourself before you get smoked up in here, nigga. You wakin' up the bleepin' babies, motherbleeper! Crew: Camera Deluxe color , Russ Brandt; editor, William Young, Marshall Harvey; music, John Barnes; production design, Aaron Osborne; art direction, Reiko Kobayashi; costumes, Valari Adams; sound Dolby , Dave Eichhorn; soundtrack executive producer, Hiriam Hicks; associate producer, Cristal Rivera-Mitchell; assistant directors, Frank Davis, Steve Tramz; second-unit director, Jim Goldthwait; casting, Robi Reed-Humes, Tony Lee, Andrea Reed. Ashtray: Loc Dog was America's worst nightmare, raised in a house with three generations of hopelessness, poverty. The result is more a pastiche of parody than a story. I want you to finish school, 'cause without an education the only kind of work you're gonna get is sellin' drugs, pimpin' women, or workin' security for Eddie Murphy.
It was one of the moments in black cinema when poking fun at our own culture and blockbuster history was done perfectly and perfectly acceptable. Hey for real nigga I got bigger and better plans, you know what i'm sayin'. Produced by Keenen Ivory Wayans, Eric L. Ashtray's big love scene, rather than tender and romantic, becomes the funniest moment in the movie. Because all the rappers are taking all the good acting jobs. Loc Dog: Either they don't know, don't show, or don't care about being a menace to South Central while drinking your juice in the hood. I think that I have never laughed harder than during this movie.
And always cross in the green, never in between. However, the movie also uses comedy to raise questions of how African-American men and women are portrayed in movies like these, and in Hollywood overall. And if you fall, you better pick your punk ass up! Mailman: The fuck is he talking 'bout? What is the difference between parody and satire? This is some good shit. And is his romance with self-styled poet Dashiki Tracey Cherelle Jones going to go anywhere? Some of the sound files contained on The MovieWavs Page may not be suitable for young children. Honestly, you will not like this movie at all if you haven't seen any ghetto movies or don't understand ghetto humor. You see, it's terms like the word nigga that the white man uses to take away the self esteem of another race. There's a lot of humor in sight gags and exaggeration that almost reaches the gut laughs of a parody like.
We think Loc Dog is making crack, but he's not. The father of the lead character encourages his son to drink and drive and then talks of how much fun it is. With the tip of your finger, touch the tip of your nose. Dre or Snoop Doggy Dogg. Talk of sex in prison. You know what I'm saying. Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood is rated R.
Ashtray: So, will I see you again? After the devil made you, he broke the mold. You know what I'm saying. I hate my gums, because they're black. As such, exaggeration permeates the movie in every form, and is the source of much of the comedy. After that, shots of Toothpick and his gange follow, as well as Loc Dog shooting around.
It was written by Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans and Phil Beauman and produced by Keenen Ivory Wayans. Big brother Keenen has a small role as a mailman. I see your hobbies are drinking, smoking weed, and all types of ill bleep. Some drive-by shootings and gang wars with guns and other weapons. The stock characters this movie is parodying are on full display: trigger-happy gangbangers, Korean immigrant owners of corner stores who don't trust their African-American customers, women in the neighborhood who sleep around and have several children from several different fathers, police brutality. The film, partly written by Shawn and Marlon Wayans, relies on its audience's knowledge of current black popular culture. Better bring back my change.