Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking

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Format
DVD
Number of Discs
1
Release Date
04/12/2011
Studio
Miramax Echo Bridge
Length
89
Rating
R

Don't Be a Menace... is a parody of the popular "hood" movies made by African-American directors in the '90s; in particular John Singleton's Boyz 'N the Hood and the Hughes Brothers' Menace II Society are the recipients of some big-time lampooning! The plot focuses on Ashtray, a do-gooder who comes to South Central L.A. to live with his father. Unfortunately, Dad turns out to be a poor role model, as he extols the virtues of unsafe sex and drunk driving. Ashtray's cousin Loc Dog is no better, with his hair-trigger temper and extensive weaponry (including a nuclear bomb). Ashtray manages to find romance with a pretty poet named Dashiki, but it turns out that she's a little too popular with the men in her neighborhood - and not for her writing skills. Will Ashtray become disillusioned by what he's seen and experienced in South Central?

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Director: Paris Barclay
Producer: Dan Genetti
Producer: Eric L. Gold
Producer: Keenen Ivory Wayans
Producer: Mark Burg
Actor: Chris Spencer
Actor: Marlon Wayans
Actor: Shawn Wayans
Actor: Suli McCullough
Actor: Tracey Cherelle Jones

Main Format
DVD
Language(s)
ENG
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