WHERE’S THE MONEY REVIEWED
“Where’s the Money” is a pretty quick comedy about a young guy trying to recover a million bucks. He has to fight against gentrification and some obnoxious frat boys to recover the cash. The problem with that is he’s got to get in with the white frat boys before Method Man steals the cash buried in the basement of the local frat house. That was a mouthful. So, what’s the grand takeaway?
The film is a quick romp that plays up the comedy by exposing class difference in a comical way. The cast is balanced in a way that it feels true to the world. Plus, I’m starting to find an appreciation for Kat Graham. There’s not enough Terry Crews, but oh well. What can you do?
- $$ Version
- Deleted Scenes
- 2.40:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 5.1
RELEASE DATE: 10/24/17
The Plot Thus Far
In this outrageously fresh comedy, Del (Bachelor), a quick-witted young man from the streets of South Central Los Angeles, learns that his still-in-prison father (Epps) and just-out-of-jail uncle (Crews) stole a million dollars and stashed it in the basement of an old flophouse. There’s just one problem: A major university is encroaching on the ’hood and that old flophouse is a newly gentrified (all-white) fraternity house. Now, with the help of his dream woman (Graham) and best friend (Maldonado), Del must rush the frat, ingratiate himself with the fraternity brothers (Paul and Brener), and grab the cash before his crazy, gun-wielding uncle (Crews) or a local gangster (Method Man) get there first.
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